The Licencing Unit at the National Department of Health (DOH) has set up a new email to be used for all queries concerning dispensing licences: [email protected] Call Centre number: 012 395 8314 / 8315
As per Government Gazette No: 43145, dated 27 March 2020
The Dispensing fee changes as follows:
The appropriate dispensing fee as contemplated in the Act to be charged by persons licensed & must be calculated, exclusive of VAT, as follows:
(a) Where the SEP of a scheduled medicine is less than R128.00 the dispensing fee must not exceed 30% of the SEP
(b) Where the SEP of a scheduled medicine is greater than or equal to R128.00 the dispensing fee shall not exceed R38.40 (exclusive VAT) and R44.16 (inclusive VAT).
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