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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Help your team understand what data is and isn’t good for

Leaders today increasingly turn to big data and advanced analytics in hopes of solving their most pressing problems, whether it’s a drop-off of repeat customers, a shift in consumption patterns, or an attempt to reach new markets. The prevailing thought is that more data is better, especially given advancements in tools and technologies such as…

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CAs(SA) at the leading edge of Disruption: The Uber Case Study

Technological disruption is so radically transforming industries across the spectrum that it is referred to as the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’. At the forefront of this global revolution are chartered accountants like Frans Hiemstra, head of partner channels at Uber. While almost every industry, from finance to farming, is impacted, Uber stands out as one of…

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At the start of every new year, people are highly energised, focused and readily reaffirm their psychological contracts with the people and organisations around them. By some magical stroke of the clock, the mind is able to reset and start again in a symbolic slate cleaning process. Organisation Development Advisor Paolo Giuricich CA(SA)Founder and owner…

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STOP Workplace Bullies

Workplace bullies can purposefully ostracise their victim and isolate them from the group or team. In a survey by the Trade Union Congress, referenced in Forbes, 46% of bullied employees reported bullying to have an adverse impact on their work performance and mental health, while nearly 30% per cent noted its detrimental effects on their…

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