South African Institute of Chartered Accountants

The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), is a professional accountancy body in South Africa.

As of March 2008, the institute has over 28000 members. SAICA provides support, advice and services to its CAs throughout their professional lives. SAICA members are business advisors, business leaders and entrepreneurs. SAICA members can use the CA(SA) designation. SAICA claims to serve the interests not only of the chartered accountancy profession, but also of society in general through its key objective of upholding professional standards and integrity.

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