The South African Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE SA) is a recognised South African professional body, representing and governing fraud examination professionals in South Africa.
The South African Chapter represents the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, which is the world’s largest anti-fraud and white-collar crime organisation and premier provider of training and education in these industries. Our members are committed to reducing white-collar crime worldwide and inspiring public confidence and objectivity within the profession.
The Association of Mine Managers provides a platform for mining industry professionals to discuss, evaluate and debate mining and minerals policy, technical innovations, safety and health challenges and advancements in mining in South Africa.
We’re a professional association of administrative and financial managers within the coal mining industry founded in 1986. Our mission is to provide a conducive, interactive forum where issues of a financial, administrative, commercial and managerial nature pertinent to the mining industry are discussed.
The Mission of the Association for the Advancement of Black Accountants of Southern Africa is to embark on programmes and activities that redress inequalities and create access and opportunities for black South Africans in the accounting profession.
ABASA does not exist to duplicate the efforts and achievements of other professional associates and organisations. It provides a solid base for the disseminations of information, for the understanding, interpreting and eventual solving of the unique problems faced by black South Africans in the word of Accounting.
ABASA is a professional Association that unites accountants and aspiring accountants to promote and facilitate the identification and creation of opportunities that provide advancement for blacks in the accounting profession. It supports the continuing developments of a culture of professional excellence, accountability, and responsibility within its members and the communities they serve.
There are currently 33157 Chartered Accountants (CA) in South Africa and only 6239 of them are Africans, Coloureds, and Indians. Since its establishment, ABASA has made significant progress in advancing black accountants which has resulted in a strong cohort of business and industry leaders.
The SA Institute of Tax Professionals (SAIT) is the largest of the professional tax bodies in South Africand seeks to enhance the tax profession by developing standards in education, compliance, monitoring and performance. SAIT contributes to the development of world class professional practises and people.
The SA Institute of Stockbrokers (SAIS) is the professional body for stockbrokers and other financial markets professionals. It not only represents members but is also the industry representative. The role of the SAIS is to set and maintain the qualification standards for stockbrokers and other financial markets professionals. Ensuring that professionals have the requisite knowledge and skills is a further aim, as is ensuring that knowledge and skills remain current and relevant. As the voice for industry, the SAIS has a responsibility to ensure that perspectives and opinions of the broader financial markets industry are considered when commenting and interacting with the regulators and government.
The SA Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) is the professional home of Chartered Accountants [CAs(SA)] who are leaders in business, government and the communities they serve. The Institute is the leading accountancy body in South Africa and one of the prominent institutes globally.
At CIMA we know the only way to support and grow the accounting profession and build knowledge about management accounting best practices is to invest deeply and diligently into creating opportunities for research.Management accountants lead businesses to success. CIMA is the first and only global professional body for Chartered Management Accountants and is recognised as the most relevant financial qualification for business today.
Management accountants lead businesses to success. CIMA is the first and only global professional body for Chartered Management Accountants and is recognised as the most relevant financial qualification for business today.
The SA Restructuring and Insolvency Practitioners Association NPC (SARIPA) is a non-profit organisation, constituted in 1986, with a countrywide membership of over 670 qualified Insolvency Practitioners, Business Restructuring Professionals, Chartered Accountants, Lawyers, Bankers, Academics, Tax Consultants and others involved in liquidation, insolvency and business rescue services. The South African courts, regulators and financial institutions have come to recognise SARIPA as a dynamic organisation effectively representing the business rescue and insolvency professions.
The Insurance Institute of South Africa is a national registered professional body recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority for awarding professional designations in the short-term insurance industry. The IISA is a registered non-profit organisation established in 1966 by the industry to advance the insurance sector in South Africa and beyond. The primary responsibility of the institute to its members and the industry in general, is to promote the advancement of knowledge and skills, the maintenance of the highest level of standards and ethics as well as the professional development within the insurance industry.