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The IRBA News Issue 50 now available.
IRBA confirms investigation into auditors of EOH.View this article
Call for nominations for Subject Matter Experts to support the Accreditation Committee (ACCOM).View this article
The purpose of this communique is to alert registered auditors and other interested parties to Notice 38 of 2020, Audited Annual Financial Statements: Requirements to Disclose Remuneration and Benefits of Directors and Prescribed Officers (the Notice), which was issued by the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC).
This communique is to alert auditors and other interested parties to publications regarding the possible impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Accounting Estimates and Interim Reporting.View this article
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