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It is recommended best practice in accounting education to give students as much guidance as possible on how much study is required in order to achieve syllabus aims and objectives



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ICAJ Annual Banquet
ICAJ Annual Banquet
IFRS-Day 1
IFRS-Day 1
Sherica Lewars and Jasper Burnett
Sherica Lewars and Jasper Burnett

ICAJ Past President, Jasper Burnett presents the Jasper Burnett Award to Sherica Lewars for 2012. This Award is presented to the candidate who obtains the highest mark in Paper P3 – Business Analysis of not less than 70%, on first attempt. Mrs Lewars also received the Joslyn E. Lowrie and ICAJ Awards.

Reception for Founding Members, Past Presidents & Staff
Reception for Founding Members, Past Presidents & Staff

Our Vision

"The ICAJ is committed to being a cohesive national body of trusted and influential professionals, that seeks to regulate and advance the Accountancy profession, consistent with world standards, for the benefit of its members, its students and its publics and, through creative thought leadership, encourages national development and the advancement of positive global changes".