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|Local: 08610 SAICA (72422) or 011 621 6600|
|Northern Region: Telephone: 0861 072 422 Email: email@example.com||17 Fricker Road Illovo Sandton Johannesburg 2196 Map||Private Bag X32 Northlands 2116|
|Central Region: Telephone: 27 51 444 3674 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||1st floor South West Wing PHG Building (Across the main entrance University of the Free State & Dynarc House) C/O Nelson Mandela Ave & Nobel Str Brandwag Bloemfontein Map GPS co-ordinates: Latitude N 26 11.575 Longitude W 29 06.373||P O Box 12911 Brandhof Bloemfontein 9324|
|Eastern Region: Telephone: 27 31 207 3290 or 27 31 207 3251 Fax: 31 207 3309 Email: email@example.com||50 West Riding Row Second Floor Office 11/12 Sherwood 4091 Map||P O Box 1350 Wandsbeck 3631|
|Southern Region: Telephone: 27 21 417 2660 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||1st Floor Convention Towers Cnr Hereengracht & Walter Sisulu Avenue Foreshore Cape Town 8001||P O Box 4484 Cape Town 8000|
|SAICA International: Telephone +44 (0) 7397 611 113 Email: Admin-UK@saica.co.za|| ||SAICA International PO Box 534 TWICKENHAM United Kingdom TW1 9QA|
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Due to SAICA's risk management policy, enquiries of a technical or ethical nature will only be dealt with in writing. This service is limited to SAICA members.
Please make use of the Frequently Asked Questions section or the Search facility on the SAICA website to seek resolution to your query. Should your question not be addressed there, please pose your question via the appropriate "Ask a question" facility.
The web-based queries system incorporates workflow that will enable SAICA Standards and other divisions to monitor replies, turnaround time, issues unsatisfactorily resolved (i.e. returned by member) and repetitive issues for broader communication (e.g. FAQs), clarification and possible training interventions.