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The much-bemoaned state of the audit and accounting professions — laid bare by a growing list of scandals including Steinhoff, Eskom, KPMG, the Guptas...

The unfortunate persistence of accounting and auditing scandals in South Africa has led to a need for the profession to face up to its...

Emma Smith, Managing Editor AccountancyAge writes that a final report from the Carillion inquiry carried out by the Work and Pensions Committee and the Business, Energy and...

The world’s Big Four accounting firms will face potential fines of £10m or more for serious rule breaches from June, double the record penalty to...

The Big Four accountancy firms have drawn up contingency plans for a break up of their UK businesses, an option politicians and regulators are...

Auditors should be the last line of defence in detecting corporate accounting fraud, irregularities and unacceptable accounting practices. Barbra Curson writes on Moneyweb, that sadly,...

 walletdoc, a successful South African fintech startup, has launched a new way for businesses to collect more money from customers using easy and secure...

The Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy (CIPFA is consulting on plans to launch an index to provide a meaningful measure of local...

The UK’s public finances are ‘even worse’ than the Chancellor’s assessment in last year’s budget, as figures from the Whole of Government Accounts are...

Cyber attacks have come a long way since your Hotmail account received a random message from a Nigerian prince looking to loan you a...