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Unisa retains accreditation for accounting degrees

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Vice-chancellor credits outcome to “hard work and long hours” spent improving South African university’s programmes

The University of South Africa has welcomed the continued accreditation of its accounting courses after media reports published last year raised concerns that the courses would lose their accreditation from South Africa’s professional accounting body.

In a newsletter sent out last month, Unisa vice-chancellor Puleng LenkaBula wrote that the move “bears testimony to the hard work and long hours invested by Unisa’s management and the College of Accounting Sciences in improving the relevant programmes and addressing any deficiencies previously identified”.

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