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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INFLUENCE: TIME FOR EVERYONE TO GET ON THE BUS

Commitment to transformation in the profession is belied by negative university environments and poor support for Thuthuka. By Monique Verduyn The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) has made steady progress in helping to produce more black chartered accountants. Blacks in total form about 21% of the CA(SA) population. This is largely due to…

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VIEWPOINT: DEBATING LEADERSHIP Autocratic vs democratic leadership

There are pros and cons to autocratic and democratic leadership, both in politics and in business. Is how a leader comes into power indicative of the type of leadership one can expect? Autocratic leadership is when one person makes all the decisions for everybody. Pros of this form of leadership are that decisions can be…

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SPECIAL FEATURE: Soft skills

Unleashing the power of our people Creatures of habit: the consistent leader 7 Tips to awaken your  creative aptitude Setting the scene for success UNLEASHING THE POWER OF OUR PEOPLE On entering the workplace, we are often placed in managerial positions through the prestige of our profession. This privilege gives us unique opportunities to realise our…

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VIEWPOINT: WORLD WILDLIFE DAY And your possible day

A quote by our great leader and visionary Nelson Mandela has inspired me this year, and it keeps getting more relevant: ’It always seems impossible until it’s done.’ The world is celebrating World Wildlife Day on 3 March. In view of the survival struggle facing our animals and plants, the UN General Assembly proclaimed this…

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VIEWPOINT: MANAGE As you’d like to be managed

Everyone has heard the saying, ‘People don’t leave jobs; they leave managers.’ But knowing the saying doesn’t always mean that we respond appropriately to its implications. To draw an analogy, we were once all learner drivers. But it’s amazing how quickly after we obtain our driver’s licence that we forget the insecurity, the hesitance, the…

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