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SAICA vows to maintain the integrity and ethical standards of the chartered accountancy profession in South Africa

Johannesburg, Friday 15 September 2017 – Following ongoing media reports of purported unethical behaviour by Chartered Accountants, the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) has affirmed its absolute commitment to maintain the integrity and ethical standards of the chartered accountancy profession in South Africa. With regard to the recent management change developments at KPMG, the…

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Are young prospective CAs(SA) expected to be ethical?

Johannesburg, 3 September 2018 – An outline of ethics education and expectations SAICA requires of prospective CAs(SA) in its rigorous qualification process. “Whether recently qualified or highly experienced, all chartered accountants [CAs(SA)] are required to uphold ethical principles and conduct themselves professionally. Acting with integrity, through adherence to the values stipulated in SAICA’s Code of…

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Non-compliance: a reality in South Africa. What are the implications for SAICA members and the public at large?

Johannesburg, 23 August 2018 – What to do when you know what you know and you know it is wrong? The SAICA Code of Professional Conduct (the Code) has, since 2006, set out certain fundamental principles that members and associates (accountants) should adhere to. The principles are integrity, objectivity, professional competence and due care, confidentiality…

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