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One must be a member of the Pharmaceutical Society in order to apply for Professional Indemnity Insurance Plan (PIP).
According to Board Notice 83 of 2008 published on 29 August 2008 any person registered with the South African Pharmacy Council who performs one or more of the functions relating to the scope of practice of the category in which he/she is registered must be covered by his / her own indemnity insurance.
Letter from SAPC regarding individual indemnity insurance SAPC letter
Rating Table for pharmacists and BPharm students (Rates effective 01/04/2023)Scroll down for pharmacist’s assistants and technicians rates.
I further understand that, should I not already be a member of the Professional Provident Society (PPS), the acceptance of this option will automatically grant me membership of PPS. As a graduate professional meeting the eligibility requirements of the Society, I am entitled to share in the benefits of the PPS product range, which includes insurance, investments and healthcare products. Following the registration, PPS will provide me with my unique membership number.
Email application form to firstname.lastname@example.orgDownload PIP Application Form