Vanderbijlpark, Tuesday 23 August 2016 – For the past four years, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) and Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) have been hard at work promoting mathematics, science and technology to girl learners around the province through its annual Business Development Games.
Polokwane, Friday 19 August 2016 – It is with great pride and excitement that the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) announces that the University of Limpopo (UL) has gained accreditation for its postgraduate degree in accounting, effective from January 2017. This, together with the undergraduate accreditation UL achieved in 2011, means the province’s aspiring chartered accountants (CAs[SA]) will now be able to complete their full four years of studies at the institution.
Johannesburg, Tuesday 16 August 2016 – The annual Gauteng Business Development Games kicked off on Saturday, 13 August 2016, to mark Women’s Month and promote Girl Learner Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education.
Johannesburg, Monday 1 August 2016 – There is great news for South Africa’s budding accountants. The SAICA Sage One Junior Accounting Olympiad is back and high schools have until 9 September to register their Grade 9 learners to take part in this year’s event.
Johannesburg, Wednesday 27 July 2016 – A record number of 4 869 Grade 11 and 12 learners from 367 schools around the country are sharpening their accounting skills in preparation for the annual SAICA Sage One Accounting Olympiad on Tuesday 2 August 2016. Each participant will compete for the honour of being crowned South Africa’s top accounting learner when results are released in September.
Johannesburg, Wednesday 27 July 2016 – Today, the country’s top 198 mathematically talented high school learners will test their problem solving skills in the final leg of the South African Mathematics Olympiad (SAMO).
Potchefstroom, Monday 25 July – It takes dedication to set aside fun and games during school holidays and apply your time to books instead. However, for matric learners Katlego Thema and Eliphus Maruping doing exactly that paid off handsomely when they achieved full marks in accounting and maths respectively at the North West Thuthuka Development Camp.
Bloemfontein, Wednesday 20 July 2016 –When Nwabisa Mdladlamba packed her bags for the Free State Thuthuka Development Camp, she had no idea she would score full marks in its gruelling accounting exam. At the camp’s award ceremony, Mdladlamba and eight other learners were honoured as the province’s brightest maths, accounting and science learners by representatives of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), the Free State Department of Education, the University of the Free State (UFS) and the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA).
Cape Town, Wednesday 20 July 2016 – Recently, 180 top performing Grade 12 learners from the Western Cape packed their bags and gave up a week of their school holiday to take part in the province’s Thuthuka development camp, an initiative run by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) in partnership with the Western Cape Department of Education. At the camp’s award ceremony, four learners were honoured as the province’s brightest maths and accounting learners.
Pietermaritzburg, Wednesday 13 July 2016 – The main campus at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), Pietermaritzburg was buzzing with activity from 4 to 9 July 2016 when 200 KZN matric learners took part in the Thuthuka development camp of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). At the camp, learners participated in extra lessons in mathematics, science and accounting, and learnt more about soft skills such as time management and career promotion