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Auditing standards and guides, industry specific guides and regulatory reports, guides for auditing in the public sector, guidance on other assurance, including B-BBEE, exposure drafts and comment letters are available here. Information on auditor ethics, including the Rules Regarding Improper Conduct and the Code of Professional Conduct, is also found here.More...
The IRBA Public Inspections Report 2019 now available.
IRBA shares guidance with auditors on the implications of COVID-19 on audits and auditors.View this article
Sharemax disciplinary hearing postponed to October 2020.View this article
Following the various announcements by President Ramaphosa with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic and consequential regulations regarding essential services which can be provided during the Lockdown Period, the IRBA has received numerous requests from audit and accounting firms to request that audit and accounting be recognised as essential services.
The 2020 Individual Annual Return documents, including the Explanatory Memorandum, are now available on the IRBA website for RAs to complete and submit.View this article
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