NEWS & COMMUNICATION Just click on the document hyperlink and the document will automatically open in a new window. * Don’t have PDF reader ? Click HERE to get your FREE copy. Outgoing President : Prof Dieter Gloeck / New President : Meisie Nkau [ NEW ] [ February 2015 ] Results of the RGA-QE 2014 Released [ January 2015 ] Results of the thirteenth Annual Report Sector Reporting Awards  [ September 2014 ] Results of the twelfth Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [ September 2013 ] Results of the eleventh Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [ October 2012 ] Results of the tenth Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [ September 2011 ] SAIGA Research Award News Release 2011 Results of the ninth Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [ October 2010 ] [pdf] Results of the eighth Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [ September 2009 ] [pdf] Results of the RGA-QE 2008 Released [ November 2008 ] [pdf] Results of the seventh Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [ October 2008 ] [pdf] Results of the RGA-QE 2007 Released [ 9 November 2007 ] [pdf] Results of the sixth Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [ August 2007 ] [pdf] Results of the RGA-QE 2006 released [ 10 November 2006 ] [pdf] Results of the fifth Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [September 2006] [pdf] SAIGA publishes a Position Paper to address South Africa's financial skills shortage [June 2006] [pdf] Results of the fourth Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [September 2005] [pdf] SAIGA issues Common Body of Knowledge (COBOKS) for Registered Government Auditors for comment [August 2005] [pdf] Draft Common Body of Knowledge (COBOKS) for Registred Government Auditors 2006 [August 2005] [pdf] Comments on the Draft Auditing Profession Bill, 2004 [February 2005] [pdf] Results of the third Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [September 2004] [pdf SAIGA's first professional qualifying examination makes history [August 2004] [pdf] The 2004 RGA-QE - the actual examination paper [August 2004] [pdf] SAIGA comments on the Report of the Ministerial Panel for the Review of the Draft Accounting Professions' Bill [November 2003] [pdf] The Office of the Auditor-General officially recognises the RGA-qualification [October 2003] [ pdf ] Speech by Prof Dieter Gloeck, Executive President of SAIGA, on the evening of the launch [29 October 2003] [ pdf ] Speech by Mr Shauket Fakie, Auditor-General of South Africa, on the evening of the launch [29 October 2003] [ pdf ] Photo Gallery of RGA recognition event [taken on the evening of the launch [29 October 2003] Results of the second Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards [October 2003] SAIGA concerned that the Draft Public Audit Bill will erode the independence of the Office of the Auditor-General [August 2003] Die SAIO is bekommerd dat die Konsep Openbare Oudit Wetsontwerp die onafhanklikheid van die Kantoor van die Ouditeur-generaal sal erodeer. [Augustus 2003] SAIGA publishes the results of the first South African Public Sector Fraud Survey [July 2002] Die SAIO publiseer die resultate van die eerste Suid-Afrikaanse Openbare Sektor Bedrogondersoek [Julie 2002] Results of the first Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards have been published [June 2002] Die resultate van die eerste Jaarlikse Openbare Sektor Verslagdoenings -toekennings is so pas gepubliseer [June 2002] Comments on the proposed Financial Reporting Bill [May 2002] PricewaterhouseCoopers Research Prize won by local accounting academics [June 2002] Foundation of the Public Finance Management Academy [January 2000] Comment on the The Draft Accountancy Profession Bill [January 2000] SAIGA assists with the implementation of the Public Finance Management Act [January 2000] SAIGA elects first Executive President [January 2000] The Public Finance Management Act: Challenging the private sector managers [November 1999] SAIGA members reject merger with IPFA [December 1997] [ BACK TO THE TOP ]
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