• The conference registration fee is R3,450 (South African Rands) per person.
  • To register to attend the conference please enter your information in the Registration Form below.
  • To pay online via debit or credit card please follow the PayFast link under Registration Payment.
What’s included in the registration fee:
  • Entrance into all programme sessions (via online platform)
  • Official conference materials which will be shared in electronic format


Upon receipt of your registration application an quote will be issued and emailed through to you for payment. Tax invoices will be issued upon receipt of payment. Invoices can be paid via bank transfer or via credit card.
  • To pay by credit card (via PayFast – a secure online payment gateway), please follow the link below.


Please note this currency conversion is an approximation. All registration fees are charged in South African Rand (ZAR) and converted to your local currency where applicable upon finalization of payment.


Due to the nature of this conference and the proximity of registration to the commencement of the conference itself, all registration fees are non-refundable.


SAHCS are pleased to welcome the media to the conference. Complimentary registration is available to qualified journalists, reporters, editors who are employed or represent a credible publication, news service and community-based organizations in the field of HIV, that regularly publishes news. We also welcome freelance journalists on assignment, given credentials to cover the conference are submitted. We support professionals with an interest to disseminate news, related to HIV research, Advocacy, Policy, Healthcare Systems Strengthening and Clinical Practice.

Please complete the registration form below and add – Media – after your organization name.


At the Southern African HIV Clinicians Society (SAHCS), we take the protection and privacy of your personal information very seriously. Under section 14 of the Constitution, and Sections 3,4, 5 and 6 of the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 we have a legal duty to protect any information shared by you or collected from you. To learn more about how we collect, keep and process your private information please view our privacy policy here: