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Recognizing the changes in our communities, our economies and our world, in 2030, what could it look like to be a trusted and ethical professional?

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4 comments on article "Recognizing the changes in our communities, our economies and our world, in 2030, what could it look like to be a trusted and ethical professional?"

Muzi Nkosi

To be trusted and ethical professionals we must eliminate our self-disciplining structures in favour of an independent disciplinary system. A system with the teeth to go after any member from first-year trainee to Chairman of the SAICA. A system that names, shames and expels unethical individuals without fear or favour. A shortage of skilled professionals cannot be an excuse for mediocrity in this area.


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Good post. Sustainability of the planet, the economy and our society is at risk. ..... Recognizing the changes in our communities, our economies and our world, in 2030, what could it look like to be a trusted and ethical professional? ... “CPAs in 2030 will continue to be recognized for their strength in numbers and professional skepticism.

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