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SAICA signs MoU with Lesotho institute

The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), the South African High Commission to Lesotho and the Lesotho Institute of Accountants (LIA) have joined forces to boost the chartered accountancy profession in Lesotho.

The Memorandum of Understanding agreement will see Lesotho students qualify to enter the Thuthuka Bursary programme to study chartered accountancy in South Africa; the promotion of the chartered accountancy profession in Lesotho and a long term programme to increase capacity at the National University of Lesotho.

The Thuthuka bursaries are worth RND80,000 each a year and cover university fees, the cost of textbooks, accommodation in residence, meals and also feature extra classes, mentoring, skills training, workplace readiness and other non-academic support.

 

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