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

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DEATH AND TAXES: THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF AN UNREASONABLE MAN

It was the gifted Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw who said that the reasonable man adapts himself to the world. The unreasonable man adapts the world to himself. All progress depends upon the unreasonable man. At first sight Shaw’s aphorism seems outrageous but, on careful reflection, there is much truth in what he said. Shaw…

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ACTIVITY BASED COSTING FOR MULTI-PRINCIPALS

Warehousing and transporting goods for more than one principal presents challenges for logistics service providers. These challenges include: warehouse space allocation, use, load aggregation, as well as transport optimisation to name but a few. From a financial point of view, it is imperative to proportion aggregated cost to principals in order to understand and maintain…

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XBRL – CONNECTING THE DOTS

eXtensible Business Reporting Language (“XBRL”) is changing the way in which the business world communicates financial information. By updating the way business and financial data is transferred and reported globally, XBRL is revolutionary in this process. XBRL is being developed by an international non-profit consortium of approximately 500 major companies, organisations and government agencies around…

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ENTERPRISE & SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SOUTHERN REGION LAUNCHES WECARE PROJECT The weCAre project was launched by the South African Institute of chartered accountants (SAICA) in 2007 and is spearheaded by female chartered accountants. The mission of this project is making a significant difference in the lives of South African children. Noah’s Ark in Yeoville, Johannesburg, is…

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ENTERPRISE & SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  STELLENBOSCH THUTHUKA STUDENTS GIVE BACK During 2007, Stellenbosch University welcomed its first intake of 20 Thuthuka students, better known as the “Thuthuka-20”. In 2008, a further 29 students were added. The Stellenbosch Thuthuka programme focuses on Afrikaans speaking students from the coloured community.  The students are all enrolled for the three-year…

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ENTERPRISE & SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NEDBANK INVESTS IN THE HOPE FACTORY Nedbank and the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) have joined forces in support of The Hope Factory; SAICA’s enterprise development initiative. Nedbank is committed to the support and development of existing and emerging entrepreneurs. Nedbank Business Banking’s enterprise development proposition provides a flexible…

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