The HPCSA annual fees for 2020/21 have been published. Annual fees are to be settled before 1 July 2020. See the breakdown of fees by professional board, as well as information on how to pay, exemptions, erasure and restoration below.
Practitioners requiring statements, invoices and practising cards can do so online through the ‘practitioners portal’ at https://practitioners.hpcsa.co.za/. The portal also allows for voluntary erasure and exemptions. Click here to view the online sign-up and renewal process.
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HPCSA 2020/2021 fees:
Click here to download the new annual fees.
Click here to view how the HPCSA annual fees are determined.
How to pay:
Please note that the HPCSA does not accept cash on their premises.
Direct & Internet Banking:
Credit Card Authorisation:
Practitioners are reminded that annual fee payments are due by 1 July (due to special COVID-19 extension) and valid until 31 March of the following year.
Practitioners can renew their HPCSA membership online – remember to first create an account after which the renewal process can be followed. Our Call Centre Agents are on standby to assist with this process at 012 338 9300 or 012 338 9301.
Exemptions from payment of 2020/21 annual fees:
Should you no longer be practising your profession due to ill health, you may be exempted from payment of the 2020 annual fee. A medical report, issued by a medical practitioner, must accompany such application, which should reach the Council’s offices before 1 April 2020.
Exemption from paying the annual fee may be granted from the year in which you turn 71 (if you turn 71 before 1 April 2020) except for practitioners registered in Professional Boards for Environmental Health Practitioners, Medical Technologist, Radiography & Clinical Technology, Dietetics and Nutritionists, who may be granted exemption from the year in which they turn 66. Consult the HPCSA website for more information.
A written application for voluntary erasure under section 19(1)(c) of the Act must be received by Council on or before 31 March 2020 and 2020/11 annual membership fees will not be due and payable on successful finalisation of the application by Council. Click here for more information.
A person whose name was erased from the register has to apply to restore his/her name to the register by duly completing the Application for Restoration form, Form 18 which has to be submitted together with proof of payment of the restoration fee, which is calculated based on the following criteria.