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Johannesburg, Friday 18 August 2017 – Every year, aspiring chartered accountants [(CAs(SA)] have two chances to pass the first qualifying examination, the Initial Test of Competence (ITC); one in January and the other in June. For this reason, many of candidates who sit for the June ITC are repeat candidates who are taking advantage of these further opportunities to pass the exam. Today, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) is proud to announce that out of the 913 candidates who sat the June ITC, 583 (64%) have passed.

Only 11% of civil engineers in South Africa are women. Out of that number, three quarters leave the profession early on, blaming stigma. To top it all, even fewer of these are black women. But the directors of civil construction firm Tisang Group, Lusanda Tyebileyo and Lerato Kotane, are symbols of change in the profession.

Johannesburg, Wednesday 2 August 2017 – The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) is pleased to announce that the Institute of Accounting Science (IAS) has received SAICA-accreditation for its postgraduate diploma in accountancy. This will be effective from January 2018, where the first intake of students will be at the Johannesburg campus of the IAS.

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