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

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Viewpoints: The cost of staying with the old

Business AdvisorResistance to change is human and normal – but when change is needed, it can also be a recipe for disaster. This is especially true when it comes to the software systems that keep our businesses running. Kevin Phillips CA(SA)CEO of IDU Group What do people really want? Terry Pratchett suggests it is ‘only…

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Viewpoints: Springing back into shape

Speaker, Facilitator, CoachHow you respond in times of crisis could indicate your ability to manage your mental and emotional state. It may also indicate your ability to set aside the highs and lows of the moment and engage rational thinking processes before responding to a situation. Usha Maharaj CA(SA)Founder Meraki Evolution − Leadership & Women…

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Viewpoints: Learning about blockchain

Blockchain SpecialistUnderstanding blockchain is daunting because the technology is quickly evolving and the general population has yet to experience how it will change our daily lives. Many enthusiasts have equated the current blockchain environment to the World Wide Web in 1997. Similarly, bitcoin and crypto are the forays into blockchain technology. But there is a…

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Viewpoints: Growing in uncertain times

Organisation Development (OD) AdvisorWriting this piece is not easy. The doom portrayed by global media on COVID-19 apocalypse and the severe reality that has gripped our world and country have resulted in a substantially different future emerging. How are you growing as a leader in response to these unprecedented times? Paolo Giuricich CA(SA) Founder and…

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William Ngobeni’s inspirational 15-year journey to success

William Ngobeni’s road to qualify as a CA(SA) been an exceptionally long and windy one. In February this year, he finally passed the qualifying exams after over a decade of stops and starts. SAICA applauds him for his courageous effort to persevere and succeed. William Ngobeni grew up in the small village of Lefiswane in…

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From scholarship kid to CA(SA)

Bongani Ngubeni’s tale is as inspiring as it is heartwarming. The CA(SA) qualification is a symbol of pride and prestige for many, but for Bongani Ngubeni, it carries extra significance: it’s a sign that he has fulfilled his dream of creating a secure and stable life. Having grown up in the Village of Hope, a…

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SAICA Disciplinary Report Quarter 1 2020

Overview of the disciplinary process All member complaints received by SAICA are referred to the designated officer and allocated to the Legal and Discipline Unit staff for case management. All cases in which SAICA has jurisdiction are prepared for submission to the Professional Conduct Committee (PCC). The PCC is an independent committee chaired by either…

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SAICA AGM Notice – 28 May 2020 at 09:00

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of members of The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) will be held at the SAICA offices, 17 Fricker Road, Illovo, Gauteng, on Thursday, 28 May 2020 at 09h00. For the purpose of the meeting, the following documents are available for you to view:…

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Wits PhD student wins award for invention vital to fighting COVID-19

Over five years Michael Lucas, a PhD student in the School of Mechanical Engineering at Wits, has developed a metallised coating that can be added to surfaces in hospitals to make them capable of self-sanitising. Lucas explains that most hospital surfaces are made of stainless steel and plastic and are sites of contamination. By adding…

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