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... A South African Chartered Accountant, or CA(SA), is the equivalent of a United States CPA (Certified Public Accountant) ... However, the CPA designation also exists in South Africa ... South African CPAs perform only accounting and tax work, usually for smaller entities, and may not perform auditing work ...
... 1999 South African Junior Strokeplay Matchplay Championship, South African Amateur Championship 2000 Southern Cross 2001 South African Amateur Strokeplay Championship ...
... Lotus FM (previously called Radio Lotus) is a South African national radio station based in Durban, loosely similar to the BBC Asian Network in the United Kingdom, that caters for the needs of the South African ... Lotus FM targets South African Indians between the ages of 25-34 (core) and 35-49 (secondary) in the LSM 7-10 segment ... been the subject of complaints, with people of South Indian descent claiming that the station's broadcasts favour Hindi music over Tamil music ...
... Muller (26 March 1922 – 26 April 1977) was a South African rugby union footballer ... in Witbank, Muller is considered one of the greatest South African footballers, captaining the national side, the Springboks in nine tests, and is a member of the International ... The South Africans won the first test, 15–11, which was played at Newlands ...
... in their home countries during World Scout Jamborees, was pioneered by the South African Vic Clapham in the 1970s ... Colin Inglis and Garnet de la Hunt, both former Chief Scouts of South Africa, were awarded the Bronze Wolf in 1996 for their work towards racial unity in Scouting ... Frank Opie, a South African Scout leader and environmental educationalist, published The Global Scout on behalf of World Scouting in 1993 ...
More definitions of "South African":
- (noun): A native or inhabitant of South Africa.
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—Claire Oberon Garcia, African American college professor. As quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education, p. B3 (July 27, 1994)
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