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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Building Resilience: A #FinBiz2030 Series “Courage in Adversity

Building Resilience: A #FinBiz2030 Series “Courage in Adversity” Thursday 9 July 17.30 BST / 18.30 SAST / 12.30 EST   About the event At this time, professionals and students alike may feel the odds are stacked against them. The global economy has faced a reckoning, the job market doesn’t inspire confidence, and success feels increasingly unattainable in…

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Sasol appoints new Group Executive Committee member

Date:  02 June 2020 JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA – Sasol today announced the appointment of Priscillah Mabelane as Executive Vice President: Energy Business, effective 1 September 2020.  She will also serve as a member of Sasol’s Group Executive Committee (GEC). Mabelane, a qualified Chartered Accountant, joins Sasol from BP Southern Africa (BPSA), where she was the…

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One good shot always brings you back

Chantelle Usmar during the 2nd round of the Sanlam Cancer Challenge Finals 2018 held at The Gary Player Country Club in Sun City near Johannesburg, South Africa on the 9th October 2018.Photo by Shaun Roy / SPORTZPICS There’s a lot of talk that the golf course is a great place for striking business opportunities. Chantelle…

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Property Practitioners Act 22 of 2019

The effective release date of the Estate Agency Affairs Act 112 of 1976 (EAAA) clearly indicates that it was outdated. There has been significant change in economies, business laws and regulations, banking and other industries in the last 43 years and the revision of this legislation could be said to be long overdue. The Property…

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Marking your own homework?

Most auditors welcome the opportunity to assist their clients in implementing new financial reporting requirements. But while a certain measure of assistance may be reasonable, auditors need to be mindful that there will be a stage where the auditor has provided so much input into the process that by the time they audit the results,…

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