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Spearheading research, stakeholder engagement and compliance with ethical standards forms part of the accounting body’s contribution.

The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (Saica) is looking to help the country emerge from its many and varied crises, which include being in a recession, having been downgraded to sub-investment status and facing large-scale corruption and alarming levels of unemployment, poverty and inequality.

Saica CEO Terence Nombembe said this would be done through “courageous conversations” in public and private, as well as through research conducted by Saica’s experts.

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