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SAICA and KPMG part ways

Johannesburg, 01 June 2018 – The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (SAICA) Board has accepted KPMG’s offer to resign as SAICA’s external auditors, citing possible perceived independence concerns if they were to perform the 2018 audit as a result of the current SAICA-appointed Ntsebeza Inquiry which is looking into some of the former and current…

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Ntsebeza Inquiry wrapping up

Johannesburg, 28 May 2018 – The Ntsebeza Inquiry is entering the final stage of its work. This is according to Adv. Dumisa Ntsebeza SC, who said that the Panel is currently wrapping up and will soon start to write its report. The Inquiry Panel and SAICA’s Board have agreed that the Panel will complete its report by…

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Accountability in the Accounting Profession and SAICA’s role

Johannesburg, Friday 13 April 2018 – Back in the day accountants were viewed as task-oriented, pedantic bean counters, typically cast as introverted, glass-wearing math geniuses. Today, however, the picture is quite different and the scope of work has broadened. What does remain consistent is they have always been expected to maintain the values of their professional…

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