Did You Know
- The IRBA’s role is to protect the public by regulating the auditing profession and setting auditing and ethics standards.
- South Africa has maintained its number one ranking for the strength of auditing and reporting standards for six years in a row according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness report.
- The IRBA issued its first public Inspections report in 2015.
- The IRBA launched the Auditing Development Programme, a new way of qualifying registered auditors in 2015.
- The IRBA received approval of the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) for the Registered Auditor (RA) designation.