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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Women in Leadership Series Week 2: Recap

TOPIC Session 1 -Level the CORPfield: Creating the ideal environment for the future Session 2-The future female chartered accountant -Embracing the JOURNEY   OVERVIEW: There was a significant emphasis on the value that female professionals bring to their organizations and society. Our panelist were brave, and HONEST, their discussions raised the awareness to societal prejudices…

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On the Cover: Celebrating CAs(SA) who are making the world a better place

To celebrate Women’s Month we take a look at seven inspiring females who are ‘seeing the greater picture’ and have blown us away with what they are doing to make South Africa and the world a better place. They are truly inspirational role models! Some candidly reveal that before attending the #FinBiz2030 launch in February…

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COVID-19: Data and technology empowering business travellers

As South African corporates gradually return to the boardroom, road warriors are longing to take back to the skies and resume business negotiations, build relationships, and discuss new business opportunities. Although business travel is permitted in South Africa, the pandemic has kept everyone on their toes with regulations changing frequently. As consulting firm McKinsey put…

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Travel: Paying it forward to safari

Tau Game Lodge is preparing for domestic travel post-COVID-19 lockdown by ensuring that health and hygiene measures are strictly adhered to at the lodge as well as on game drives. The Tau team has been working on and will be adopting additional health and hygiene measures to provide guests with complete peace of mind during…

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The power of empowering

With ‘working from home’ becoming the ‘new normal’ in South Africa in the light of COVID-19, many organisations are being forced to transition from being an input-based time watchdog to an output-based productivity matron. In my experience, the ‘old school’ directors who I work or worked with and those within my network are now entering…

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