SANC Restoration Fee (2024)

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This is the SANC restoration fee for 2024. Nurses who want to resume practicing and those who are not currently on the South African Nursing Council register must first apply for restoration to the register.

However, the application for SANC restoration is not free and nurses who want to restore their names must pay a SANC restoration fee.

In this article, you’re going to learn the restoration fee for SANC for the 2024 registration. Nurses who are ready and wish to resume practicing their profession can only do so by restoring their names to the SANC register.

We should, therefore, check the SANC restoration fees 2024 now.

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SANC Restoration Fee 2024

Again, nurses whose names are not currently on the SANC Register need to make sure their names are registered before they can resume to practice their profession.

Below are the fees for SANC restoration for the 2024 calendar. Nurses will pay the fees of the category they fall under.

CATEGORYNORMAL RESTORATION FEEREDUCED RESTORATION FEE
Registered Nurses and MidwivesR2 340.00R160.00
Enrolled Nurses and MidwivesR1 410.00R160.00
Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary R990.00R160.00
Retired NursesR160.00R160.00

These SANC restoration fees are applicable from 1 January 2024. Nurses will pay the normal fees if they do the restoration before January 2024.

Note: The reduced SANC restoration fee only applies to a Nurse Practitioner:

  1. Who has been removed from the SANC register at his/her request
  2. Who is 60 years of age or older on 1 January 2024? However, the age must be confirmed by the Council

Why Pay SANC Restoration Fee?

Nurses who want to keep their names in the South African Nursing Council (SANC) Register must pay for the restoration fees.

This is because restoring your name to the SANC Register to get the certificate to resume practice is not free.

Nurses who fail to pay the SANC restoration fee will unfortunately not be registered or restored as qualified practicing nurses in South Africa.

How much is SANC restoration fee for registered nurses and midwives for 2024?

Registered Nurses and Midwives who want to restore their names to the SANC Register to resume practice in 2024 will pay a restoration fee of R2 340.00.

This is the current fee that SANC is charging for the 2024 calendar year for Registered Nurses and Midwives who want to restore their names to resume practice.

How much is SANC restoration fee for enrolled nurses and midwives for 2024?

All Enrolled Nurses and Midwives who want to restore their names in the SANC Register will have to pay a total amount of R1 410.00

Like all the other nursing categories, Enrolled Nurses and Midwives applying to restore their names must pay the SANC restoration fee before SANC will process their names onto the register.

How much is SANC restoration fee for enrolled nursing auxiliaries for 2024?

The payable amount for Enrolled Nursing Auxiliaries to restore their qualifications in the SANC Register is R990.00

Auxiliaries who want to resume practice in 2024 will pay the SANC restoration fee in full before their restoration process begins.

How much is SANC restoration fee for retired nurses for 2024?

Retired Nurses who want to restore their practice and resume working in 2024 will pay a chargeable fee of R160.00.

Again, nurses must pay in full in order to get their names restore in the South African Nursing Council (SANC) register.

Why SANC restore nurses to its register

The South African Nursing Council (SANC) is obliged to register all nurses and midwives who want to practice their profession in South Africa.

However, some nurses and midwives may want to halt their practice for a reason and SANC will have to remove their names from the registered nurses list.

Nevertheless, SANC is bound by its rules to re-register or restore the names of nurses and midwives who want to resume their practice. This is why the South African Nursing Council (SANC) restored nurses on its official register.

Note that, any nurse who want to resume practice and work in the healthcare system in South Africa cannot do so if they are not registered by the South African Nursing Council.

Should nurses pay fees to restore their names on SANC register?

Unfortunately yes. Nurses and Midwives are expected and must pay in order to restore their names on the South African Nursing Council (SANC) register. The SANC restoration fees must be paid in full.

It is therefore, important for nurses who want to resume to work in the South African healthcare system must be aware of the fees charged for the year they want to restore and practice.

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1. SANC Registration Fees And Annual Practising Certificate Structure

2. How To Pay SANC Registration Fees

3. How To Get SANC Receipt Online

4. How To Log Into SANC Register

5. How To Check SANC Registration Status

6. How Long Does SANC Take To Issue Certificates?

7. SANC Exam Pass Mark For Nurses And Midwives

8. How To Check SANC Exam Results Online

9. How To Register With SANC eRegister

10. SANC Accredited Private Nursing Schools

11. List Of Nursing Colleges Registered With SANC

12. Is Khanyisa Nursing School Registered With SANC?

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