SAICA offers three reputable professional accounting and business designations from a foundational to a strategic level of accounting and business competence –

Accounting Technician [AT(SA)], Associate General Accountant [AGA(SA)] and Chartered Accountant [CA(SA)].

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SPECIAL REPORT: SUSTAINABILITY 2009 – 2

Good business journey Woolworths’ award winning sustainability strategy Woolworths’ Good business journey programme was launched in April 2007 as a formalisation of the existing Woolworths sustainability initiatives. The ‘Good business journey’ is a five year plan, changing the way we do business, and incorporating a series of challenging targets and commitments, centred on four key…

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ANNUAL MOTORING 2009

BMW Z4 – 3l BMW has recently launched the latest generation Z4, which, in my opinion, has finally become a formidable sports car. The most significant change to this vehicle from its predecessors is the hard top convertible as opposed to the soft top. In the looks department, definitely a thumbs up! The new Z4…

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GOVERNANCE OF INVESTMENTS

Directors and trustees to reconsider governance structures over investments Investments are the largest balance on the balance sheet of most insurers, retirement funds and other financial services entities. The collapse of global financial markets and the associated credit crisis has resulted in significant downward revaluations of investment values. Although it is common for market corrections…

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TRICK OR TREAT

Before you think that you will miss out on the benefits that SARS will treat you to as a micro business, beware not to trick yourself into not registering for the new Turnover Tax. Turnover Tax (introduced in the Sixth Schedule to the Income Tax Act No 58 of 1962) is a new tax system…

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PREPARING FOR THE M&A UPTURN

2009While we wait patiently for our winter of financial discontent to be made glorious summer, searching eagerly for credible signs of green shoots and wondering which letter of the economic alphabet – V, W,U or, horror upon horrors, L – will most aptly describe the shape of the current recession, we know that Merger &…

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