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South African Nursing Council News 2017

Circulars 2017

The following circulars were distributed by South African Nursing Council during 2017:

CircularDescription
1/2017SANC Easter Closure
2/2017Cancellation of the Examinations  for the Bridging course for Enroled Nurses leading to registration as a General Nurse / Psychiatric Nurse: Government Notice No.R683 of 14 April 1989 (as amended)
3/2017Cancellation of the Examinations  for the Bridging course for Enroled Nurses leading to registration as a General Nurse / Psychiatric Nurse: Government Notice No.R683 of 14 April 1989 (as amended)
4/2017Annual Fees 2018
5/2017Appointment of Registrar and CEO of SANC
6/2017Sale of Distinguishing Devices
7/2017Possible disruption of services on 8 November 2017


Press Releases 2017

The following press releases were issued by South African Nursing Council during 2017:

Press ReleaseDescription
1/2017Payment of Annual Fees by nurses and midwives
2/2017Nurses warned against fraudulent forms and bank details
3/2017DENOSA allegations against SANC
4/2017DENOSA unauthorised access to South African Nursing Council
5/2017Court rules in favour of the Nursing Council on the cancellation and rescheduling of examinations
6/2017Court rules in favour of the Nursing Council on DENOSA’s application re the examinations
7/2017SANC organises provincial outreach to nurse in nine provinces
8/20172018 Annual Practicing Fees due by 31 December 2017


Special News Items 2017

The following special news items were published on the South African Nursing Council website during the year 2017:

SANC Response to memorandum of demands from DENOSA

The SANC recognises the content of the memorandum, including matters raised in both the preamble and the list of twenty two (22) demands by DENOSA to the SANC.

SANC Logo and slogan design competition

IThe SANC currently only has a Coat of Arms – a device reflecting our distinctive heraldic achievements and/or bearings. We need a logo and slogan as part of our brand and to build on our brand presence.