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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Viewpoints: Supplementary budget 2020

TAX Specialist On 24 June 2020, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni tabled a supplementary budget necessitated by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and economic downturn. This budget introduced adjustments to the original budget tabled in February 2020 and formalised the two tax bills which provide relief to taxpayers in response to COVID-19. Furthermore it sets…

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Viewpoints: Home-schooling: the great un-expectation

Empowers Equips EducatesWhen I think of 2020, I am reminded of the opening line ‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times’ in Charles Dickens’ book A tale of two cities. 2020 has been the year when what was planned became irrelevant and what was unplanned suddenly became very relevant. Wadzanai…

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Viewpoints: Presenting using online platforms

Public Speaking TrainerThere are a host of options to present using online platforms: MS Teams, Skype, Zoom, Go-To-Meeting, and WhatsApp video calling, to mention a few. Your objective is to become comfortable to present using any of these mediums – think of these as a venue in which to present. Let us look at what…

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Viewpoints: Adjusting our sails to COVID-19

Leadership Advisor‘The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.’ So says leadership expert John Maxwell. How are we responding to the COVID-19 crisis? Is our leadership style still excellent? Are we maintaining a purpose-driven focus? Our world is reeling from the far-reaching effects of a pandemic…

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Entrepreneurship: Surviving economic upheaval

The pandemic has intensified South Africa’s economic challenges, but these entrepreneurial CAs(SA) have found the secret sauce. AUTHOR | Monique Verduyn When President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed entrepreneurs in July, he applauded South Africans who are ‘searching for the silver lining’ amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a time of global crisis. The spread of the coronavirus has…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Tramayne Monaghan

At 26 years old, Tramayne Monaghan was the youngest divisional CFO for Tencent. He has spoken at global conferences and is a mentor to three digital businesses: Broadley Speaking, African Secret and TurnUp Music. He has launched and run various consumer mobile products such as WeChat, WeChat Wallet, VOOV, JOOX and PUBG Mobile and has…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Thabo Godfrey Mongatane

Thabo Mongatane is a family man, coach, youth development practitioner and an entrepreneur who advocates for black excellence and living a life of purpose. He is CEO of the Kolano Investment Solutions Group specialising in consulting, advisory, SMME development and talent management. He is also a founder of Kumbaya Africa, a start-up incubator for NGOs…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Swati Safeda

Swati Safeda is a young leader who brings optimism, enthusiasm and passion to everything she does. Her role requires her to learn fast and to keep up with ever-changing disruptive technologies. She is the youngest C-Suite leader in her company and the youngest board member of Nimble Collection Services. Her role at Nimble is a…

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