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

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SPECIAL FEATURE: First 100% electric car in South Africa

“The new Nissan LEAF represents one of the most significant events that Nissan South Africa has ever undertaken.” Retail sales have commenced in November via a dedicated Nissan LEAF dealer network covering Johannesburg and Pretoria. A charging infrastructure has been implemented at convenient locations to provide a new, environmentally sustainable way of travelling. Says Mike Whitfield, Nissan South Africa Managing…

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ANALYSIS: 6 key tips for choosing financial consolidation software

:The software you choose is not the only variable that determines the success of your consolidation software implementation. ” Prevent costs and headaches later by selecting the ‘right fit’ solution Companies with multiple cost centres or business units usually reach the point of needing to adopt a financial consolidation solution. The time is ripe to…

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INFLUENCE: Automation simplifies the last mile for integrated reporting

Producing an integrated report can be a tedious and stressful affair, but automated tools are becoming available. Most organisations have sophisticated intelligence and analytical tools in place for planning, budgeting, forecasting and consolidation, also known as the ‘first mile of reporting’. However, when compiling monthly and annual reports, all data is initially extracted from Excel…

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ANALYSIS: Hedge Accounting: Is it feasible?

“Differing accounting recognition and measurement criteria, applied to various components of a hedge relationship, create volatility in financial reporting” Hedge accounting is becoming imperative for companies exposed to exchange rate volatility The recent volatility in the South African rand (ZAR) has seen many local corporates scrambling to control the impact of dwindling local currency value…

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SPECIAL FEATURE: Building sustainability into investment decisions

“Capital investments made by organisations result in the commitment of significant resources to projects expected (in most cases) to enhance the value of the organisation and/or provide shared community benefits over time.” An Australian study reveals trends in incorporating sustainability impacts when making capital investment decisions The past decade has seen the emergence of significant…

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SPECIAL FEATURE: Green buildings are good business

“It is important to note that there is a lot of ‘greening’ that companies can do with existing buildings.” Going ‘green’ is now mainstream for cost-efficient building design A ‘green building’ is defined as one that is energy efficient, resource efficient and environmentally sustainable. It incorporates design, construction and operational practices that significantly reduce or…

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