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From our students

My name is Gayle McWalter. I live in Bergvliet, Cape Town and I'm married with two grown-up children. I trained as a Junior Primary School teacher many moons ago. In November 2007, I joined a few other women in taking pots of hot cooked food to people who were living… Read more »

Like many part-time students, Anneli Venter was inspired to further her studies while working - "I was working as a debtor’s clerk when I realised that I had a knack for figures." She studied part-time at Damelin West Rand, starting with the ICB Skills Programme in Bookkeeping to Trial Balance. In… Read more »



NQF-registered qualifications: A benchmark of quality

You want to know that the time and resources you've invested in your studies are going to result in a qualification that's reputable and recognised. All of the ICB's qualifications are registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) – giving you peace of mind.

Find out more about the NQF levels and how they correspond with the ICB's courses.

Want to be a SARS Tax Practitioner?

If you want to be a tax practitioner in South Africa, by law you need to meet the following requirements:

  • Tax practitioners must have at least an NQF Level 4 qualification. NQF Level 4 and higher qualifications in the ICB Financial Accounting programme qualify for this.
  • Tax practitioners must be registered with an authorised controlling body like SAIT who will administer, regulate, and manage the conduct of SARS Tax Practitioners. (Note that if you hold the required qualification and are an ICBA member, you qualify for a discount on SAIT membership.)

For more information, download this Tax Practitioner Guideline (PDF 418KB).


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