School of Accounting honours chartered accountant

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Johannesburg, Sep 25, 2015

The School of Accounting in the Faculty of Commerce and Administration recently honoured Frazeen Bootha upon her admission as a chartered accountant [CA (SA)]. She is now part of a distinguished group of Chartered Accountants who has studied at the faculty.

The school keeps a role of honour on which the names of former students (alumni) who have obtained the prestigious CA (SA) designation are published. The board already boasts with the names of 24 registered chartered accountants; a significant achievement for a school which only started a few years back. To crown it all, the names of an additional 14 former students will be added to the board once they have completed their training.

To become a CA (SA) the minimum requirements for university admission are a Level 5 pass in mathematics, together with a national senior certificate with matriculation exemption. Pure mathematics (not mathematical literacy) as a subject is also one of the main requirements as well as a good grounding in English as it will assist in understanding the concepts that will be studied.