Payments to Council
Registrees must annually pay their maintenance fees to continue to practice legally in the industry. If maintenance fees are not paid, laboratory animal technology professionals forfeit their registration and may no longer practice in the industry. Registrees who did not re-register in-time (within three years of being removed from the register), must apply for re-registration. If more than three years lapsed since registration, please refer to this page for more information.
You can download invoices and statements inside your Registree Portal account under “Account”. As from 1 April 2021 you will, in addition, be provided with an emailed invoice. The fees for the financial year 1 April 2022 – 31 March 2023 are listed below. All prices include VAT.
Maintenance fees are payable from 1 April 2022 to 30 June 2022 or as specified under special circumstances. The payable amounts for the laboratory animal technology profession are as follow:
- laboratory animal technologist maintenance fee: R 1 457;
- pensioners maintenance fees over 65 to 70 (all persons older than 70 years remain on the register free of charge ): R429;
- authorisation fees for persons who do the work of laboratory animal technology professionals (period of authorisation): R1 457; and
- authorisation for researchers: tbc.
- Laboratory animal technology professionals: R 877.
Re-registration fees are payable anytime during the course of the year. A fee of R3 430 is payable to re-register as a laboratory animal technology professional.
Payment of any other fees
The same methods of payment apply for payment of any other fees, these fees may include (but are not exclusive):
- inscriptions of additional qualification/s: R258;
- replacement of certificate: The original certificate must be returned and /or an affidavit must be submitted: R377;
- change of surname: R102;
- letters of Good Standing: R463 and R927 if urgent, and
- deferment [application to defer CPD requirements]: R1 236.
*All payments are made with the submission of an application form. Contact the SAVC Administration for details on the documents that should accompany applications.
Be advised of the following:
- members who previously paid by debit order please take note that this method of payment was dispensed with due to the large banking costs and the relatively small usage of the debit order system. Invoices for maintenance are issued on 1 April and will be available under “Account” in Registree’s portal accounts;
- always ensure that direct payments have your registration number or your surname and initials and the reason for payment as reference if you are not in possession of a registration number at the time of making your payment into the SAVC bank account; and
- email a copy of the deposit slip or direct transfer page to Council at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Methods of payment
Direct payment into the SAVC Bank account (by direct deposit or internet transfer):
Account number: 020 166 762
Branch code: 632005
Foreign transfers swift: ZA-JJ
Remember your payment reference
Note the following with regards to payments:
- with direct payment into the SAVC bank account, add your registration number on the deposit slip or internet transfer at the time of payment to enable us to allocate your payment to your account;
- The SAVC cannot allocate any payment to your individual account, unless you have provided Council with your registration number or surname and full names; and
- you are responsible for the additional banking costs incurred by Council, as well as the value added tax, if you facilitate payment by foreign bank draft.