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

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SPECIAL REPORT: Audit readiness in the public sector

Audits can be intimidating, but adequate planning can help eliminate audit surprises, say Justin Diedericks and Berna Botha. In this article they highlight the various aspects leadership should consider and drive within their departments/organisations Whether an audit is performed by the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA), or any other auditing firm, on-going preparation and planning…

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SPECIAL REPORT: Corruption incident management in the public sector

Effective pre-planning and structured corruption incident response is essential to achieving a satisfactory and comprehensive resolution, says Peter Goss The immediate issue that faces the typical public sector chief financial officer or senior manager is what to do when a junior colleague or peer states that he suspects that his supervisor or manager may be…

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Cover Story: Developing sustainable solutions for the public sector

Nazeer Essop, the public sector leader for Deloitte Southern Africa and an audit partner, believes in the power of education to transform lives, families and communities. Monique Verduyn spoke to him. When Nazeer Essop told his parents and his extended family that he wanted to become a chartered accountant, their immediate response was, “Why would…

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LIFESTYLE: Motoring: Toyota Corolla D4D & BMW X5

Toyota Corolla D4D Manufacturer specifications: Engine 1,4 l / Four-cylinder Turbo Diesel Power 66 KW Torque 205 Nm 0–100 km/h 12,5 s (claimed) Fuel consumption Average 4,5 l /100 km CO2 119 g/km Price R214 900 One of Toyota’s biggest passenger vehicles, the Corolla, recently had a shape change. The new shape is what every Toyota…

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VIEWPOINT: Virtuous circles

“Circular economy business models can dramatically reduce the cost of source materials.” The industrial revolution created linear economies in which raw materials were sourced, turned into products as cheaply as possible and then sold to consumers. For centuries little thought went into where and how end-of-life products would be disposed of – but waste is…

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