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Latest from SAICA
SAICA confirms investigation into all members implicated in the Zondo Commission Report
The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) confirms that it will investigate all members implicated in the Zondo Commission Report including Ms. Yakhe Kwinana as recommended in part 1 of the report.
SAICA confirms the way forward for the 2021 APC examination rewrite
Johannesburg, Thursday 23 December 2021 – Following the events that transpired on 1 December 2021 with the writing of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) and various stakeholder engagements regarding the impact of the December 2021 APC sitting, SAICA has today communicated the following information to candidates and SAICA stakeholders.
APC Examination 2021 Rewrite Timing
Johannesburg, Thursday 23 December 2021 – Following careful consideration of all the facts at hand and considering the findings from all stakeholder consultations, SAICA management has recommended a revised way forward and the SAICA Board has approved the steps as outlined here
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