Final reminder: HPCSA annual fees for 2018/9

Practitioners who have not yet settled their 2018/19 Annual fees, which was due on 1 April 2018, are reminded to please pay before 31 October 2018. These Annual fees form part of the legal requirements of persons registered in terms of the Health Professions Act, 1974 (Act No. 56 of 1974).

The payment period has been extended until 31 October 2018 and failure to pay on the due date will result in immediate suspension from the register.

HPCSA banking details for practitioners residing in South Africa: 

ACCOUNT HOLDER: Health Professions Council of South Africa



ACCOUNT NO: 405 003 3481

For payments made Outside of South Africa, the swift code is ABSAZAJJ.

If you are making a deposit from a location outside the borders of South Africa, please make adequate provision for bank charges (local and overseas) as well as a possible deficit due to changes in the exchange rate.

Kindly only quote your registration number, example MP0488976 as the beneficiary reference on the deposit slip or for EFT payments. This will allow funds to be auto allocated.

Once payment has been effected, please fax proof of payment to the HPCSA Accounts Section on the following contact details:


Online renewal and payment portal 

Practitioners are also urged to use the online renewal and payment portal by following the steps set out below. The portal allows practitioners to settle payments online, download an electronic practitioner card or printed format, view, verify and confirm, or update their contact details, as they renew their membership, view qualification(s) and registration details, and where required, send a service request for queries.

To log in the Online Renewal and Payment Portal please go to and click the Online Renewal Tab. This will take you directly to the portal to CREATE an account, renew registration and make payment.

You will be able to log in and view/print your current practising card within 48 hours after proof of payment has been submitted and received at HPCSA.

Should you experience challenges using the portal, please do not hesitate to contact the Call Centre on 012 338 9300/1 or send the enquiry to . Please include screenshots of the error message in the email so that Call Centre Agents may quickly attend to your query.