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From our students

I am Tasneem Adams - bookkeeper at the Centre for Conflict Resolution in Observatory, Cape Town.  In the year 2000, I had to cease my BCom studies at UCT due to financial difficulties and therefore started working in a junior position. I yearned to qualify in the accounting field, but… Read more »

Dear ICB My name is Marisa Nell and I'm 32 years old. I'm divorced and have a young daughter. My parents got divorced just after I matriculated, leaving me to fend for myself in the big world. Since my pregnancy, I have supported myself and my little one from her… Read more »

The difference between the ICB and the ICBA

Before 2013, the ICB used to have two roles:

  1. Developing and assessing NQF-registered qualifications for students.
  2. Operating as a professional membership body for bookkeepers, accountants and financial managers.

But these roles were separated four years ago, and a new institute was created: The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers and Accountants (ICBA).

Here’s a summary of the difference between the ICB and ICBA:

Difference between ICB and ICBA

If you would like to join a professional membership body for bookkeepers, accountants and financial managers, please visit the ICBA website for more information.

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