SAADP Alumnus of the Season

An Alumnus that gives back in one way or another helps bright and academically talented learners from underprivileged backgrounds access university education and SAADP support they so desperately need to succeed. SAADP declares such Alumnus an ‘Alumnus of the Season.’ Thandanani Mbhele: The SAADP Alumnus of the Season Besides being an active member of the … Read more SAADP Alumnus of the Season

SAADP extends closing date for new bursary applications

As the country progressively emerges from the lock-down, SAADP wants to ensure that learners and students are not disadvantaged by the disruption caused by COVID-19. Applicants can now take their time as SAADP has decided to extend the deadline for applications. The new official closing date for 2020 bursary applications for both Grade 12 learners … Read more SAADP extends closing date for new bursary applications

ASSA updates

1. ASSA Pass Lists for 2019 are out. Check here  https://www.actuarialsociety.org.za/student-zone/exams/exam-results-and-counselling/ 2. ASSA launches new Curriculum. Check here 3. All you need to know about becoming an Actuary. Check here downloads pdf handbook that I will attach to post 4. ASSA Exam timetable. Check here

SAADP launches electronic tutorials

Welcome to the Online Repository of the South African Actuaries Development Programme, an open access electronic archive. We collect, preserve useful digital materials to primarily benefit our supported students. The content shared here is not owned by SAADP. The content has been extracted from external YouTube Videos. Do you have any suggestions? please write to us … Read more SAADP launches electronic tutorials

A call for South African females to join the actuarial profession

Over the past 16 years of SAADP existence, male students in the programme have always outnumbered female students. When the SAADP was established, one of its objectives was to improve the demographics of the actuarial profession in South Africa. The actuarial profession has been and still is a small profession even after so much has … Read more A call for South African females to join the actuarial profession