PUBLICATIONS

 

1. AUDITING SA

 

1.1 ABOUT THE PUBLICATION

The first issue of Auditing SA was published in April 1998. It replaced the SAIGA Newsletter, which appeared until the end of 1997.
The upgrading of the Newsletter to Auditing SA is one of the visible signs of the revival and growth of the Southern African Institute of Government Auditors. Although a need for such a journal has existed for quite some time, it has never been addressed – for various reasons. This journal is unique in that it is the only journal in South Africa that focuses specifically on the field of Auditing and related aspects.
The aim of this journal is to develop both the subject and the process of auditing. Auditing is universal, and the journal will therefore not focus specifically on either private or public sector auditing as such, but on the universal phenomenon of auditing.
Auditing SA is a bi-annual publication, which is read by a unique target audience. It is provided free of charge to all members of The Southern African Institute of Government Auditors as part of their membership subscription, it is also distributed to senior government officials at national, provincial and local government level and to all accountants and auditors who attend our extensive continued professional education programmes.
To mark certain occasions, Jubilee Issues are published over and above the “normal” issues. An example of such Jubilee Issue is the edition which focused on the celebration of 10 Years of Performance Auditing by the Office of the Auditor-General.
As the journal of the Southern African Institute of Government Auditors, Auditing SA wants to stimulate critical discourse in the field of auditing in Southern Africa.
In view of the policy of the Southern African Institute of Government Auditors to keep subscriptions as low as possible, Auditing SA is published in the most cost-effective way possible – the principle of substance over form applies here.
Auditing can have different focal points, depending on the auditee, who can be in either the private or the public sector. The Editorial Board welcomes contributions on the subjects of accountability and auditing with an emphasis on the application in the public sector. Articles should ideally not exceed two thousand (2000) words.

 

1.1 ADVERTISING RATES AND SPECIFICATIONS

The journal Auditing SA carries advertising material on a limited scale. If you are interested in advertising, please contact the SAIGA Secretariat for advertising rates and specifications:
SAIGA Secretariat
PO Box 36303
Menlo Park
0102
South AfricaTel: International (+2712) 362-1221
National: (012) 362-1221
Fax: International (+2712) 362-1418
National: (012) 362-1418
Email:admin@saiga.co.za

 

2. SAJAAR

THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND AUDITING RESEARCH

 

2.1 ABOUT THE PUBLICATION

The Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research (SAJAAR) is the official scientific research journal of the Southern African Institute of Government Auditors.

As a fully independent refereed publication, supported by an international Editorial Board, it aims to advance scholarly research and debate into accountability and auditing related topics. SAJAAR is an accredited journal by the Department of Education (South Africa).
SAJAAR is an annual publication. The views expressed in SAJAAR are those of the respective authors.
Hard copies of the Journal can be purchased from the Institute at R273.60 (R240.00 plus R33.60 VAT) a copy (overseas 50 USA dollars airmail).
Abstracts of the articles published in SAJAAR are set out below. The full text of the articles can be obtained through SABINET Online Ltd (in electronic format). Click the link below to gain access to the SABINET site:
SABINET – SAJAAR (online services)

EDITORIAL COMMITTEE

  • Erasmus, L.J. (Prof Assoc), Department of Public Sector Finance, Tshwane University of Technology,Editor-in-Chief
  • Barac, K. (Prof), Head: Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria, Associate Editor
  • Coetzee, P. (Prof), Deputy Executive Dean, College of Accounting Sciences, University of South Africa, Associate Editor
  • Fourie, H. (Prof Assoc), Head: Department of Applied Accounting, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Associate Editor
  • Van der Nest, D.P. (Prof Assoc), Head: Department of Auditing, Tshwane University of Technology,Associate Editor

 REVIEWERS

  • Barac, K. (Prof), Head: Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Bezuidenhout, H.C. (Adv), Senior Lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Botha, W.J.J. (Mr), Senior Executive for Assurance and Practice – SAICA
  • Chifungula, A.O. (Mrs), Auditor-General, Zambia
  • Conradie, P. (Mr), Programme Director: Integrated Reporting Programme,The Albert Luthuli Centre for Responsible Leadership
  • Dresselhaus, F.H.W. (Dr), Educational Consultant, Education Innovation, University of Pretoria
  • Du Bruyn, R. (Mr), Senior Lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Du Toit, A. (Prof), Academic Director: Accounting, Monash South Africa
  • Fourie, H. (Prof), Head: Department of Applied Accounting, The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
  • Geldenhuys, G. (Mr), Partner/Director: PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Haupt, S. (Ms), Head: Education Consultants, Education Innovation, University of Pretoria
  • Henning, K. (Mr), Director: Advisory – Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance Services. KPMG
  • Koen, M. (Dr), Senior Financial Management Specialist, World Bank, Washington
  • Malherbe, T. (Mr), SAP Authorisation Risk and Security Consultant
  • Marais, M. (Mrs), Part-time Lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Nieman, A. (Adv), Senior lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Nxumalo, T.P. (Mrs), Auditor-General, Swaziland
  • Odendaal, E.M. (Prof), Associate Professor in Department of Auditing, University of South Africa
  • Penning, G. (Mr), Senior lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Plant, G.J. (Mr), Senior Lecturer in Department of Financial Management, University of Pretoria
  • Plant, K. (Dr), Senior Lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Pretorius, C (Mr) Senior Manager, Performance Auditing. Auditor-General South Africa
  • Reilly, Y. (Mrs), Senior Lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Roos, M. (Ms), Lecturer in Military Academy, University of Stellenbosch
  • Rudman, R. (Mr), Senior Lecturer in School of Accountancy, University of Stellenbosch
  • Scholtz, H. (Mrs), Senior Lecturer in School of Accountancy, University of Stellenbosch
  • Slippers, J.Y. (Dr), Senior Lecturer in Department of Communication Management, University of Pretoria
  • Smidt, L. (Mr), Lecturer in Department of Auditing, Tshwane University of Technology
  • Steyn, B. (Mrs), Senior Lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Van der Nest, D.P. (Prof), Head: Department of Auditing, Tshwane University of Technology
  • Van Heerden, B. (Prof), Head: Department of Financial Management, University of South Africa
  • Van Staden, M. (Prof), Department of Auditing, College of Accounting Sciences, University of South Africa
  • Vermaak, F.N.S. (Prof), Department of Financial Management, University of Pretoria
  • Von Wielligh, S.P.J. (Prof), Professor of Auditing and Divisional Head: Auditing, School of Accountancy, University of Stellenbosch
  • Wilkinson, N. (Mrs), Senior lecturer in Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria
  • Wynne, A. (Mr), Senior Lecturer in University of Leicester, United Kingdom
  • Young, J. (Prof), Manager: Centre for Business Management. Department of Finance, Risk Management and Banking, University of South Africa

 

4.EDITORIAL REQUIREMENTS

Authors wishing to submit a manuscript, should carefully adhere to the Editorial Requirements, which can be downloaded (see link below).

Editorial Requirements

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