The Occupational Guild for Finance Practitioners offers a network to its members through which they can interact, can share best practices and can do business.
They are people who want to develop themselves and who are not afraid to learn new things. Guild members not only want to empower themselves through knowledge, but they also want to take responsibility for the next generation. This responsibility translates into the sharing of knowledge, mentorship programmes and the offering of internships and job creation.
As a guild member you are part of Solidarity and as such you qualify for all the union benefits we offer.
*Terms and conditions apply
Additional benefits FINANCE PROFESSIONS ENJOY WITHIN THE GUILD:
A network of work where practitioners can share and get advice, where ideas are sounded out and where professional relationships are built and fostered.
Discount for courses offered by S-leer, a registered training institution offering CPD points and personal development programmes. Various training programmes hone skills in several specialist areas in the profession.
An opportunity to act as a mentor: Click here ► for more information.
Access to students looking for internships: Click here ►
A free platform to share knowledge in the form of:
- Focus groups
|S-leer is a training institution that is proudly Afrikaans. Through its courses you can acquire points for continuing professional development (CPD) and you can broaden your professional and personal knowledge through personal development programmes.
*Members of guilds qualify for a 40% discount on all programmes presented by S-leer.
For information on S-leer’s programmes, click here ►.
Solidarity today welcomed the reappointment of Lesetja Kganyago as Governor of the South African Reserve Bank. “Over the past few weeks, the Reserve Bank has become one of the ANC’s ideological battlefields. This move by President Ramaphosa strengthens Mr Kganyago’s hands so that he, in the interests of all citizens, can keep the ‘the savages at the gate’ away from the Reserve Bank,” said Connie Mulder, head of the Solidarity Research Institute. “Since our government manages its finances like a toddler in a candy shop, South Africa can only benefit from Kganyago’s strong and stable hand on the country’s monetary
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