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Part of Chartered Accountants Worldwide’s global network of 1,8 million CAs and students

57 911
Active members and associates around the world
3
Complementary accounting designations
15
Recognition agreements with peer accounting institutes
300+
Industry events hosted each year

About SAICA

The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), South Africa’s pre-eminent accountancy body, is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading accounting institutes. The institute provides a wide range of support services to more than
50 000 members and associates who are chartered accountants (CAs(SA)), as well as associate general accountants (AGAs(SA)) and accounting technicians (ATs(SA)).

Who we are

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Member value proposition

Making a difference in the economy and society

“I am part of a prestigious and valued profession that enables me to participate and make a difference in South Africa and globally, while positively impacting the economy and society.”

Member value proposition

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Latest from SAICA

22 Jul 2024
Press release

SAICA condemns the attack on SARS advocate Coreth Naudé

Johannesburg, 22 July 2024 - The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) condemns in the strongest possible terms, the attempted assassination of Advocate Coreth Naudé, a senior advocate acting for the South African Revenue Service (SARS) in a tax inquiry.

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20 Jun 2024
Press release

Empowering South Africa’s Youth: Over 3350 learners to attend the SAICA FASSET Development Camps this month

More than 3350 high school learners will attend the FASSET SAICA Development Camps across South Africa’s nine provinces this youth month to harness their academic potential and achieve the results needed to pursue careers in high-demand professions.

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4 Jun 2024
Press release

The curious case of costing the NHI

Johannesburg, Tuesday, 4 June 2024 - While the President has signed the National Health Insurance (NHI) into law, the bean counters at National Treasury have yet to start looking for their excel sheets needed to ensure the NHI is fully costed. SAICA’s Executive for Taxation, Pieter Faber, provides clarity on why funding the NHI has been so elusive.

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