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What Is the SANC?

SANC stands for South African Nursing Council. It is the body entrusted to set and maintain standards of nursing education and practice in the Republic of South Africa.  It is an autonomous, financially independent, statutory body, initially established by the Nursing Act, 1944 (Act No. 45 of 1944), and currently operating under the Nursing Act, 2005 (Act No. 33 of 2005).

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How Do I Contact SANC?

You can contact the South African Nursing Council (SANC) with the provided contact details below.

SANC GENERAL ENQUIRIES:

Tel: 012 420 1000
Email: [email protected]
International: +27 12 420-1000

Telephone lines are generally open Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 16:30
(06:00GMT to 14:30GMT)

Postal Address:
Private Bag X132, Pretoria, 0001, Republic of South Africa

Physical address:
Cecilia Makiwane Building, 602 Pretorius Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0083

GPS co-ordinates: -25.746121000, 28.209561000

How Long Is SANC Registration?

12 months. Every registration certificate issued by the Council is proof that the person to whom it is issued is registered in the capacity indicated on the certificate for a period of 12 months from the date on the certificate.

How Much Does It Cost to Study Nursing in South Africa?

COLLEGE FEES

Diplomas:

  • Post Graduate – R6000 Per Annum
  • 4 Year Diploma –  R6000 Per Annum
  • Bridging Programme for Enrolled Nurses
    •  1st Year R3000
    •  2nd Year R4000

Post Registration Programmes:

  • 1 Year Diploma in Midwifery – R6000 Per Annum
  • 1 Year Diploma in Community Nursing Science – R3000 Per Annum

Enrollment Programmes (Certificate Courses):

  • Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary – R 3000 Per Annum
  • Enrolled Nursing –
    • 1st Year R3000
    • 2nd Year R4000

How Much Does a Professional Nurse Earn in South Africa?

According to the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council of South Africa, Nurses can expect to earn between R160,600 and R459,200 annually. CapRelo’s data showed that nurses in SA average $21,536 (R302,000) annually, well below the global average of $26,698.A

How Much Are SANC Fees for 2021?

NORMAL ANNUAL FEES

The annual fees for the calendar year 2021 for different categories of practitioners are provided in the table below:

CATEGORY ANNUAL FEE FOR 2021
Registered Nurses and Midwives R700.00
Enrolled Nurses and Midwives R418.00
Enrolled Nursing Auxiliaries R293.00

REDUCTIONS IN ANNUAL FEES FOR AGE 60 AND OVER

The Council has resolved to introduce reduced fees for nurses 60 years of age and over as per the table below:

60 TO 64 YEARS OF AGE ON 1 JANUARY 2021 (25% REDUCTION)

CATEGORY ANNUAL FEE FOR 2021
Registered Nurses and Midwives R525.00
Enrolled Nurses and Midwives R314.00
Enrolled Nursing Auxiliaries R220.00

65 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER ON 01 JANUARY 2021 (50% REDUCTION)

CATEGORY ANNUAL FEE FOR 2021
Registered Nurses and Midwives R350.00
Enrolled Nurses and Midwives R209.00
Enrolled Nursing Auxiliaries R157.00

NB: To qualify for the discount amounts, practitioners may be required to submit a certified copy of their identity document in order to confirm their age.

Notes: 

The annual fees for 2021 must be received by the SANC on or before 31 December 2020.

The amounts in the tables above all include 15% VAT.

RESTORATION FEES FOR 2021

The restoration fees for different categories applicable from 1 January 2021 are shown in the following table.

CATEGORY NORMAL
RESTORATION FEE
REDUCED
RESTORATION FEE
Registered Nurses and Midwives R2 100.00 R146.00
Enrolled Nurses and Midwives R1 254.00 R146.00
Enrolled Nursing Auxiliaries R878.00 R146.00
Retired Nurses R146.00 R146.00

 

Can a Nurse Open a Clinic in South Africa?

There are currently no additional legislative requirements for a Registered Professional Nurse to establish a private practice, other than current registration with the SA Nursing Council.

What’s SANC eRegister Portal?

eRegister Portal is primarily intended for use by employers or prospective employers who need to verify the registration status of an employee or prospective employee. Practitioners may also use eRegister to confirm their own registration status.

What Do I Need to Use eRegister?

eRegister is a free to use application available to any Internet user.

You will obviously need a computer (or another device) with a connection to the Internet.

Your computer/device must have a suitable web browser program such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc. Most computers/devices that meet these requirements should be able to access eRegister without further adjustment.

How Do I Check if A Nurse Is Registered in South Africa?

Through SANC eRegister Portal.

How do I Start SANC eRegistration?

To register for SANC Electronic Registration of Nurses & Midwives, simply follow the steps below;

Step 1: Click to open the direction page below.

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