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06.22.16
Johannesburg, Tuesday 21 June 2016 – During the June-July school holidays, approximately 540 of Gauteng’s top performing matric and Grade 11 learners will spend a week at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (SAICA) Thuthuka Development Camps to improve their mathematics, financial literacy accounting, English and science knowledge.


06.22.16
Eastern Cape, Tuesday 21 June 2016 – During the June-July school holidays, approximately 800 of the Eastern Cape’s top performing matriculants will spend a week at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (SAICA) Thuthuka Development Camps to improve their mathematics, financial literacy accounting, English and science knowledge.


06.22.16
Machadodorp, Tuesday 21 June 2016 – During the June-July school holidays, approximately 400 of Mpumalanga’s top performing matriculants will spend a week at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (SAICA) Thuthuka Development Camps to improve their mathematics, financial literacy accounting, English and science knowledge.


06.15.16
Johannesburg, Wednesday 15 June 2016 – Most teenagers will spend the winter holidays finding ways to relax and avoid the cold. However, thanks to the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), more than 2 700 talented learners will be warming their brains at countrywide Thuthuka Development Camps between 24 June and 16 July where they will receive invaluable support to help them tackle complex and problematic mathematics, accounting, financial literacy and science topics.


06.13.16
A young chartered accountant’s journey from Lephalale to the skyscrapers of New York


05.18.16
Umtata, Tuesday 17 May 2016 – It has been four years since Walter Sisulu University (WSU) embarked on a journey to regain South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) accreditation for its four-year BCompt (Accounting Sciences) degree.


05.11.16
Pretoria, Wednesday May 11 2016 – Musa Ndlovu grew up in Limpopo, a province more often in the headlines for protests than feel good stories. But occasionally someone comes along who beats the odds. Ndlovu has risen above his personal circumstances to make his hometown and family proud.


03.18.16
Johannesburg, Friday 18 March 2016 – When 16 year old, Azile Nkabinde applied to the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) Thuthuka Bursary Fund, she never dreamed she would get a bursary


03.18.16
Johannesburg, Friday 18 March 2016 – Over the past 14 years, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) has embarked on numerous initiatives to transform the profession by building and accelerating the pipeline of prospective chartered accountants who remain significantly under-represented.


03.16.16
Cape Town, Tuesday 15 March 2016 – Only 15% of South Africa’s university students graduate. This puts South Africa’s graduation rates among the lowest in the world, reveals The Human Sciences Research Council, and is particularly worrying given government’s goal of transforming professions and addressing the critical shortage of high-level skills in labour markets such as Chartered Accountancy.
 
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