April 15, 2021
The Business Case for doing good - part of the 'Building Resilience' series of webinars from FinBiz2030

#FinBiz 2030 ‘Building Resilience’ online series: The Business Case for Doing Good

Over 1,500 people from 96 countries joined first #FinBiz 2030 online series of 2021 to learn more about the business case for the sustainable development agenda. The webinar was an opportunity to hear from leaders who have innovated responsible business solutions, and contributed to a changing culture around positive impact.
April 7, 2021

Fixing the faults in South Africa’s corporate reporting ecosystem

SAICA’s CEO Freeman Nomvalo and Project Director Thandokuhle Myoli spoke to Monique Verduyn about redesigning the audit profession so that it brings out the best in its people and the wider role and purpose of audit in serving the public interest.
April 7, 2021

Auditing Profession in Peril

If the audit profession in South Africa is serious about restoring trust it will need to reassert the primacy of professional scepticism and independence. There needs to be a balance between radical thinking and practical solutions. Greater clarity and transparency in the profession will ultimately result in a regime that allows auditors to better assess, assure and inform. Only then can real change come about.
April 7, 2021

What can we do for small business in South Africa?

As SAICA members, we should and can do more to support and develop small businesses and entrepreneurs in South Africa if we are to outlast and outperform this crisis and boost our economy.
March 31, 2021

The Wrong Way to Respond to Employee Activism

March 31, 2021

Sustainable Finance MasterClass Series 1 | Our Planet: Too Big To Fail

March 31, 2021

A conversation with our Task Force Climate Action Leads

March 27, 2021
business fraud

Evolving Conversations

At the rate that technology is evolving and how we’re seemingly unfazed by almost every new product and feature that today’s tech giants roll out, one would be led to think that when thrust into a “Covid-19 world”, we’d be perfectly at home with it. Well, not quite.
March 27, 2021

The financial controller who stole £20,000 from her company

The risk of fraud committed by staff and contractors within organisations is on the rise. Much of the work carried out by chartered accountants can help prevent internal fraud from happening in their organisations.
March 15, 2021
remote working

Remote working part 3: the lack of ‘real life’

Whilst some have thrived on the flexibility of remote working, many have not had the same experience. This is, of course, a huge subject but through my work with finance professionals over the past few months, I’ve found that during this latest lockdown even the most confident people are starting to have doubts creeping in.