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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We are all decision-makers

If you ask people who the decision-makers are in their organisation, it’s likely that they’ll point towards the CEO and other senior executive directors. The truth is, however, that each person in the organisation takes decisions that have the potential to affect not only themselves but the entire company. Every person is a decision-maker. Realising…

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State of the Profession

A number of shocking accounting irregularities have brought to light instances where members of the profession have not lived up to the profession’s reputation of integrity, ethics and independence. The repercussions have been wide and detrimental. There is now a dire urgency for public trust and confidence of CAs(SA) to be regained. Read more

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Sponsored Content: How to find the right firm for a Chartered Accountant training programme

How to find the right firm for a Chartered Accountant training programme Landing an opportunity to do your training as a chartered accountant (CA) at a large auditing firm used to be the dream for new graduates. But the job market has changed in the last decade and the top jobs of the future look…

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Updates: Bee crisis: EU takes action

With many honeybee colonies collapsing, the EU’s top court has backed an almost complete EU-wide ban on the use of three insecticides: clothianidin, thiamethoxam and imidacloprid. Scientific studies have shown that these insecticides have been linked to declining bee populations. Apparently these chemicals so disorient bees that they are unable to return to their hives…

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SA’s labour laws: Key changes and how they will affect you and your business

Our labour laws are constantly evolving as the South African government seeks to balance stronger protections for employees with the need to create a business-friendly investment climate. We can expect to see a number of amendments to the country’s core labour law acts – the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and the Unemployment Insurance Act…

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