Benefits of joining SAICA

Part of Chartered Accountants Worldwide’s global network of 600 000 members

52 317
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

Membership

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

How can we help you?

Latest from SAICA

25 Aug 2021
Press release

Data Breach Notification to Information Regulator and General Notification

SAICA hereby notifies you that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the personal information of some SAICA data subjects have been accessed or acquired by an unauthorised person.

Read more
20 Aug 2021
Press release

Does external assurance contribute to higher quality integrated reports?

Johannesburg, 20 August 2021 – The International Integrated Reporting Council defines Integrated reporting (IR) as an opportunity for organisations to explain how different types of capital are being managed in the context of their operating environment to generate value for stakeholders. This type of reporting yields benefits including, inter alia, improved financial returns and lower costs of capital, enhanced risk management, increased innovation, enhanced stakeholder communication and a lower impact on the environment. South Africa is well regarded for its efforts to advance IR and for the quality of its listed companies’ integrated reports, writes Dusan Ecim CA(SA), Lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand.

Read more
4 Aug 2021
Member profile

Why numbers are important - Nyawa Dikwayo

Nyawa Dikwayo loves numbers because they help identify developmental needs and create accountability.

Read more

Sign up for our newsletters

Our newsletters keep you up to date on all things SAICA is involved with to ensure our members remain relevant, well represented and enabled to make a difference in the economy and society.