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Bridging The Gap Between The Academia And Public Practice

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CERTIFIED GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTANTS

THE CGA RESEARCH UNIT

FOREIGN QUALIFICATION POLICY

CGA(SA) is a professional designation targeted for individuals who possesses at least a Masters Degree in Public Finance and Accounting.

The CGASA Research Unit seeks to bring together the works of the two industry players, academic research and professional practice in the public finance and accounting sector, to bring long lasting solutions and bridging the gap between the two.

The Certified Government Accountants of South Africa is an organisation which allows foreign nationals who are in position of an accounting qualification to be part of the professional body.

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This professional body is formed mainly with the purpose to generate government accounting research capacity that generates accounting academic solutions for the challenges experienced by the sector. Secondary objectives includes the certification of private sector accounting researchers and the recognition of the government finance officials who have worked for the government for many years but not recognised anywhere due to the lack of appropriate qualifications.

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CGASA further seeks to keep database of all Public Finance and Accounting students and learners registered with accredited universities and provide them with the necessary support including arranging meetings with employers for work integrated learning purposes, bursaries, and future employment.

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MEMBERSHIP

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There are six levels of accreditations envisaged. From Student Membership up to Level 6 Membership for anyone with relevant Masters Degrees.

RESEARCH

Discover With Us

Academic researchers and professional practioners in the PFA sector, in bringing long lasting solutions and bridging the gap between the two.

ETHICS

Lets Share Our Values

Public Finance and Accounting (PFA) sector must be and be seen to be a professional and ethics driven environment.

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