South Africa should look to harnessing digital technology to improve transparency and underpin ethical practices in accounting and auditing. Read the full article here.
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The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) issued three exposure drafts for quality management at firm and engagement levels in February 2019 with a deadline for comment of 1 July 2019. The suite of quality management exposure drafts includes ED-ISQM 1 discussed here. Read the full article here.
With its novel approach to socially responsible consumerism, ‘Waste to most-wanted’ business MyAfricanMum is making a valuable contribution to the United Nations’ sustainable development goal of responsible consumption and production. Read the full article here.
Today’s leaders have a far wider mandate than yesterday’s ‘number crunchers’ with an influence that extends beyond just their company. This is evident in the vast cases of corruption and poor governance in corporate South Africa that have tarnished the integrity and credibility of our finance profession. However, the profession can rebuild trust at lightning…
The CA profession has an important role in the recovery of the South African economy because it is the catalyst that will produce these diverse leaders. Read the full article here.
Gender equality is not about being politically correct and keeping the peace – it’s proven to be a factor in whether or not societies thrive and has been identified as a business competitive advantage. Your business needs to ensure you’re enjoying the benefits of improved gender parity to give you the best chance at sustainable…
A few years back, I would have told you that I had everything that I had ever wanted. In four short years of being an academic at a world-renowned university, with lecturer score ratings significantly above average, research being recognised and published internationally and locally, setting SAICA’s professional exams, and authoring a textbook for a…
Leaders are the artist responsible for creating the portrait of their organisation of tomorrow; setting the tone and guiding the creative strokes of growth strategies that are painted on their business canvass. Much like in the arts, the right tools are key to unlocking the creative masterpiece. Read the full article here.
We recently lost a colleague and friend, Dr Beric Croome. When thinking about Beric and the legacy that he leaves behind, we find all the answers to the question, ‘What makes a good leader?’ Read the full article here.