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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REPORTABLE IRREGULARITIES CREATING A CULTURE OF COMPLIANCE

In her address at the National Prosecuting Authority’s Stakeholder Conference held in March 2007, the then Minister for Justice and Constitutional Development reminded the audience that one of the targets of the department was to reduce crime by between 7% – 10% per annum. Recognising the need for all stakeholders to join forces in order…

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WIK EN WEEG: Ekonomiese Makrobeleid Spook Om By Te Bly

Laasjaar was daar ongeveer elke kwartaal groot skokke soos elektrisiteit, kommoditeitsinflasie, rentekoerse en uiteindelik die grootste bielie van almal, die wereldkrisis, hul opwagting gemaak het. Hierdie jaar is dit ons makrobeleid wat toenemend verras. Die begrotingssurplus van 1% van BBP in 2007 het laasjaar stadig in ’n begrotingstekort ontaard, maar het toe veral hierdie jaar…

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STRAIGHT SHOOTING: Accounting Profession’s Strategic Association With SA’s Universities

One of South Africa’s most daunting educational challenges is to ensure that the average student entering university has a foundation sufficiently strong to handle the demands of university life. With a view to contributing meaningfully to meeting that challenge, SAICA has accredited 13 universities to deliver the chartered accountancy [CA(SA)] programme comprising BCom and the…

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SAICA NEWS: Distance Learning Education

Challenges faced by students following the distance learning route There has been much press recently about the shortage of accountants and more specifically Chartered Accountants in South Africa [CAs(SA)]. This follows research conducted by SAICA in 2008. There are many challenges we face in developing young CAs(SA). One such challenge is in the Distance Learning…

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