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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Top 35-under-35 2020: Joy Malete

Director for Controllership for VISA SSA Servant leadership It must have been around 2015/16 when I was formally introduced to ‘servant leadership’, a term coined by Robert K Greenleaf in an essay titled ‘The servant as leader’. I was attending a youth leaders’ training event and little did I know that the training event would…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Kevin Ssemwogerere

Digital Innovation Intrapreneur Lead in the CIB Digital Division, Standard Bank Group Counting beans in the 4IR Being a chartered accountant in a time when the world is going through unprecedented changes is colourful, to say the least. On the one hand, technology is rapidly advancing and challenging what it means to be relevant in…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Mandy Muchnick

Private Equity Transactor and Africa Chair for One Young World; Co-Founder of imagine.nation If not me, then who? If not now, then when? We have inherited a collection of global challenges which need to be addressed with a global mindset. One Young World, a summit bringing together the brightest young minds from 196 countries, challenged…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Manqoba Kubheka

General Manager: Licensing, SAMRO Not all CAs are decision-makers Chartered accountants who are born decision-makers must be given room to make a large-scale positive impact on business, education, the economy and the public sector. How do we identify them? The CA journey is a gruelling and testing one; it’s rigorous and pushes individuals who embark…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Mbalenhle Zulu

Associate Professor, College of Accounting Sciences, UNISA Who are you on social media? Yourself or your profession? We live in an era in which most personal and even lucrative business transactions are concluded using online media or digital platforms. COVID-19 catapulted this process and almost all business is now conducted online. This also applies to…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Millycent Mashele

Founder and Managing Director, The Legacy Centre The responsibility that comes with being the first Kamala Harris made history for being the first black female US vice-president elect. Most of us as young professionals have become the first in our communities or families to graduate, to qualify, or to be a finalist in the SAICA…

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