Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974, Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965 and Selected Rules & Regulations (2019)


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    Edition: 2019 Edition
  • Format: Soft Cover
  • ISBN: 9781485133544
  • Extent: 390 Pages
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  • Category: Pharmacy and Health

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In terms of the Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP) of South Africa, pharmacists are required by law to have the following compulsory legislation to comply with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) inspection:

  • The Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974
  • Regulations and Rules under the Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974
  • The Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965
  • Regulations under the Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965
  • Rules Relating to Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP)

Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974, Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965 and Selected Rules & Regulations is designed to assist pharmacists to comply with these SAPC requirements as stipulated in the GPP. 

Pharmacy Handbook 2019 is complimentary for subscribers to Juta's Pharmapedia.



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  • PART A 
    • Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974
    • Rules
      • Rules Relating to Good Pharmacy Practice
      • Rules Relating to the Code of Conduct
      • Rules Relating to Acts or Omissions in Respect of Which the Council May Take Disciplinary Steps
      • Rules Relating to the Services for Which a Pharmacist May Levy a Fee and Guidelines for Levying Such a Fee or Fees
    • Regulations
      • Regulations Relating to the Practice of Pharmacy
  • PART B
    • Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965
    • Regulations
      • Transparent Pricing System for Medicines and Scheduled Substances
      • Medicines Control Council: Schedules
      • General Regulations
      • Regulations Relating to Medical Devices and In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices (IVDs)

  • Professionals rendering services involved with medicines, medical devices, in-vitro diagnostic products and scheduled substances
  • Human and veterinary health professionals
  • Pharmacists and dispensers
  • Pharmaceutical and medical device industries
  • Pharmaceutical regulators
  • Health care institutions
  • Academics and students
  • Government agencies regulating these products and persons
  • Legal experts practising in this area of law
  • Organisations wishing to establish and manage health facilities

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In terms of the Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP) of South Africa, pharmacists are required by law to have the following compulsory legislation to comply with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) inspection:

  • The Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974
  • Regulations and Rules under the Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974
  • The Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965
  • Regulations under the Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965
  • Rules Relating to Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP)

Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974, Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965 and Selected Rules & Regulations is designed to assist pharmacists to comply with these SAPC requirements as stipulated in the GPP. 

Pharmacy Handbook 2019 is complimentary for subscribers to Juta's Pharmapedia.



Visit www.jutapharmapedia.co.za for more information, to register a free trial or to subscribe.

  • PART A 
    • Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974
    • Rules
      • Rules Relating to Good Pharmacy Practice
      • Rules Relating to the Code of Conduct
      • Rules Relating to Acts or Omissions in Respect of Which the Council May Take Disciplinary Steps
      • Rules Relating to the Services for Which a Pharmacist May Levy a Fee and Guidelines for Levying Such a Fee or Fees
    • Regulations
      • Regulations Relating to the Practice of Pharmacy
  • PART B
    • Medicines and Related Substances Act 101 of 1965
    • Regulations
      • Transparent Pricing System for Medicines and Scheduled Substances
      • Medicines Control Council: Schedules
      • General Regulations
      • Regulations Relating to Medical Devices and In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices (IVDs)

  • Professionals rendering services involved with medicines, medical devices, in-vitro diagnostic products and scheduled substances
  • Human and veterinary health professionals
  • Pharmacists and dispensers
  • Pharmaceutical and medical device industries
  • Pharmaceutical regulators
  • Health care institutions
  • Academics and students
  • Government agencies regulating these products and persons
  • Legal experts practising in this area of law
  • Organisations wishing to establish and manage health facilities

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