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Accountancy SA

This is a monthly magazine that provides you with the latest leading edge developments in the accountancy profession and business world. Accountancy SA includes the following areas: Technical Features on accounting, auditing and taxation issues; Variety of Financial Articles regarding the latest financial and business issues; General interesting, practical and thought-provoking columns; International developments affecting the accountancy profession. 


SAICA Electronic Newsletters

SAICA's electronic newsletters are sent to members to keep them informed of what's happening in the profession as well as the latest SAICA news.


SMP E-Newsletter

SAICA's electronic SMP newsletters are for members to keep informed of the latest developments in the Small and Medium Practice space.


IFAC Newsletter

The IFAC PAIB e-News is a quarterly publication by the Professional Accountants in Business (PAIB) Committee of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC). It is a specific communication platform for members in business on issues relating to their roles in commerce and industry. It also allows members to contribute ideas and concerns to the PAIB Committee. Topics covered include among others, Guidance papers, latest projects, Exposure Drafts and other white papers.



The South African Journal of Accounting Research (SAJAR), a South African Department of Education accredited journal, is an annual academic journal concerned with matters of interest in the accounting discipline. It is both a rigorous academic journal and a practical tool to disseminate widely, the results of research and other scholarly inquiries into the broad field of accounting.


Accounting Perspectives

Accounting Perspectives in Southern Africa is an academic journal, which focuses on concise articles of relevance in accounting and related fields, and on accounting education. Its objective is to provide accessible and current research in southern Africa, which will be of interest to academics and professionals alike. The journal is a joint project of the Universities of Cape Town and the Witwatersrand.