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POPI compliance

24 June 2021

In just 1 week, the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (POPI) kicks in, which means all healthcare practices dealing with data subjects (patients, colleagues, suppliers, and employees) need to be compliant or face very heavy fines. We, as healthcare practitioners, have a strict obligation to maintain confidentiality by virtue of our profession.


Member update 

11 February 2021

We’ve been engaging with prospective members over the new membership packages, which requires a higher monthly investment compared to 2020. While we are quite aware of the harsh economic impact COVID-19 has had, we are certain that our diverse package options will be of substantial benefit for your practice. We are also mindful that our duty as INSTOPP is to support OTs in Private Practice and to enhance your ability to build practices that  are resilient, sustainable and economically viable.


Membership benefits and services for 2021

12 November 2020

We are excited to showcase our membership services for 2021, for which the first payment is only payable in the new year.


You are invited to register now already, so that your details is visible on our FIND an OT  – functionality helping members of the public locate an OT in their respective area.

Team Meeting

Member update

9 November 2020


We have received feedback from OTASA Exco on our proposal and other communications sent during the course of 2020. 


As we’ve communicated during the course of the past year, our intention has always been to serve Occupational Therapists in Private Practice with a more tailored service, hence the decision of dual membership. 

Moving beyond

14 October 2020


Here's a message from Haneke Jonas, Chairperson of INSTOPP, shedding light on the decision behind resigning from OTASA's OT Office. If you have any questions or comments, we'd love to hear from you. Please drop us an email on admin@instopp.co.za 

We're expanding our membership offering

1 September 2020


For more than two decades, our mission as INSTOPP has been to Serve, Inform, Represent and Develop Private Practitioners in South Africa.  

Business Meeting