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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A SEASON OF UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES – A TIME TO HARVEST?

Recent developments in the area of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-bBEE) suggest that corporate South Africa is currently facing a season of unintended consequences in terms of compliance and adaptability with respect to existing regulations. The ensuing complexities impacting business range across a number of areas covering the global economic landscape to the local obligations…

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SAICA NEWS: News SAICA Chairman knows where his priorities lie

Jan Labuschagne, CEO of Sappi Southern Africa and SAICA’s newly-elected chairman, knows precisely where his priorities lie. He wants to see accounting standards conform more closely with the needs of the business world; he seeks a strategy designed to offer SAICA’s members in business greater value for money; and he is fully aware of how…

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SPECIAL REPORT: Maths and science success

Four years ago, SAICA was determined to boost the throughput of desperately needed African chartered accountants [CAs(SA)]. As a result, the Institute formed the Thuthuka Maths and Science Development Camps, to address the issue of literacy and numeracy at secondary school level. Provincial development camps represent an important component of the Thuthuka programme. The Human…

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SPECIAL REPORT: Thuthuka students hailed at Mandela University graduation ceremony

A total of 20 young South Africans are well on the road to becoming prospective chartered accountants [CA(SA)], having successfully graduated through the Thuthuka programme at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU). At a function held in April 2009 to commemorate the occasion of the first Thuthuka graduates at the university, Professor Frans Prinsloo, the…

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SPECIAL REPORT: Dramatic increase in black CAs(SA)

… and the pipeline continues to expand Statistics released by SAICA in late April revealed a dramatic improvement in the accounting profession’s gender and racial demographics. Chantyl Mulder, SAICA’s senior executive for transformation and growth, attributes this to the Institute and the profession’s determined efforts to fast-track the number of black and female chartered accountants…

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WIK EN WEEG: Ekonomiese herstel eersdags in sig

Dit is miskien nie vir almal vanselfsprekend om op ekonomiese herstel te begin sinspeel, wanneer die ekonomie duidelik in die diepste deel van sy huidige sikliese trog verkeer nie. Tog waarborg die aard van hierdie sikliese afswaai, en die enorme beleidsaksies, veral oorsee, dat daar wel ’n opswaai kom.Ons plaaslike ekonomiese nuus in onlangse maande…

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