Department of Accountancy
The department offers a full-time as well as a part-time Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) degree and provides tuition to ACCA students . It offers computer-training courses through its Accountancy Institutional Programme.
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Investigating factors influencing the performance of the Office of the Auditor General in Zimbabwe (University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Commerce, 2016-12)The Office of the Auditor General’s (the OAG’s) primary mandate is to audit and ensure the best practices of financial management among public sector entities. However, despite this mandate being driven by the national ...
Corporate reporting in Zimbabwe: An investigation of the legitimacy of corporate disclosures by major public listed companies in 2014 (University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Commerce, 2016-01)Corporate reporting practices by public listed companies in Zimbabwe have received little attention to warrant investigating the legitimacy of corporate disclosures by major listed companies. This paper presents findings ...
Regulating the Accountancy Profession: An Examination of the Regulatory framework for the Accountancy Profession in Zimbabwe (University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Commerce, 2016-01)The accountancy profession in Zimbabwe has been evolving for the past three decades. The past two decades witnessed regulatory framework changes leading to the setting of a regulatory body under the Public Accountants ...
(University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Commerce, 2014)This paper examines the cross-sectional effect of industry, listing status, company size, gearing, profitability and corporate governance mechanisms on the extent of voluntary disclosure of intellectual capital in 54 ...
Environmental reporting: An evaluation of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed companies annual reports - 2008 (University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Commerce, 2013-09)Environmental reporting continues to receive attention in emerging economies and financial markets, including Africa. This paper presents results of a research on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) listed companies' annual ...