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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CA(SA) Profile: Embracing entrepreneurship

Zimbabwe-born Tinei Chagonda is an audit manager at PwC South Africa, but in his spare time he also runs multiple interests in Zimbabwe, including a solar renewable energy business, a fuel transport and logistics business, and a fashion retail business. When he was accepted at the University of Cape Town (UCT), he could not let…

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CA(SA) Profile: Remembering your roots

As a child growing up in the village of Tonota, Botswana, Mmoloki Mogotsi, financial director of a giant retailer in Botswana, didn’t know what a chartered accountant was and had never dreamt of leading a multi-million-pula company. ‘When I qualified, I could not allow myself to forget where I come from, especially as there are…

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CA(SA) Profile: A champion for change

Likeleli Monyamane is the founder of Inspire Innovation Business Consultants, a professional services company that provides services in consulting, learning solutions, and research and insights in southern Africa. She uses her professional status to serve her community in Lesotho. While completing her articles in South Africa, Likeleli served as a member of the Free State…

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Cover Story: Seize tomorrow today

In a world full of stiff-collared, number-crunching chartered accountants, Dr Gideon Botha stands head and shoulders above the rest. As futurist and thought leader, he offers fresh, unexpected insights and perspectives and if you listen to him long enough, your whole paradigm might just shift How he fits everything he does into a 24-hour day…

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May 2021 Issue

SEIZING TOMORROW TODAY May is an important month − it almost marks the middle of the year, and we all are taking stock of the first part of the year, probably wondering what happened to the past four months. As professionals managing change in these uncertain times, it is important to reflect and see how…

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