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#SustainableSA - showing citizens how to make the SDGs theirsSAICA launches #SustainableSA, a project that will provide focused monthly information on the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), so all South Africans can join the journey and take action. 21 Dec 2020 Read more

Funding Accelerator Programme spearheads growth and resilience in 141 township SMMEs in GautengThursday, 3 December 2020, saw 141 small businesses led by historically underserved entrepreneurs graduate from the bespoke Funding Accelerator Programme, aptly named 'Khulisa iBiznis', meaning 'Grow your business'. This 12-month programme was developed and implemented in collaboration with J.P. Morgan, The Hope Factory NPC and SAICA Enterprise Development (SAICA ED). Despite the context of Covid-19 we saw an 85% full time employee retention rate as well as our top three SMMEs averaging at a 608% percentage increase in revenue. This unique programme catalysed growth and resilience in these SMMEs, assisting them to adapt their business models towards greater sustainability post Covid-19. 15 Dec 2020 Read more

Central University of Technology: The first in SA to offer new accounting degreeThe South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) is pleased to announce that Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT), is the first institution in the country to offer a specific degree for students who want to become Associate General Accountant [AGA(SA)]. 7 Dec 2020 Read more

Chartered Accountants Worldwide Network USA launchesOn 19 November 2020 ACAUS (The Association of Chartered Accountants USA) and Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) joined together to form Chartered Accountants. 23 Nov 2020 Read more

Business must band together to support infrastructure development and better service deliveryMunicipalities are the most basic units of government. Tasked with providing basic services and fostering development in the regions they control, they have the challenging role of mobilising their economic resources and using them to improve the lives of all citizens by providing basic services necessary for good health, well-being and human dignity. Their role is so vital, in fact, that South Africa municipalities are constitutionally tasked with providing sustainable and effective services to the public. But you only need to look at the myriad of basic service delivery protests that plague our country year in and year out to see that they're failing dismally to meet this mandate. 12 Nov 2020 Read more

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