If you want to practice nursing or midwifery in South Africa, you must register with the South African Nursing Council.
Every registration certificate issued by the Council is proof that the person to whom it is issued is registered in the capacity indicated on the certificate for a period of 12 months from the date on the certificate. Thereafter, you must pay an annual fee and will then be issued an Annual Practising Certificate in order to continue to practise in that capacity. The APC then serves as proof of registration for all qualifications appearing thereon.
Find more information on the registration process on the Nursing Council website or contact them at 012 420 1000 or email@example.com.