Payment information

29 March 2019

Payment options:

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

Account name: University of Pretoria

Account number: 21 4000 0038

Branch code: 632 005

Account type: Cheque account

Swift code: ABSAZAJJ (for Regional and International delegates)

* If wanting to do a bulk EFT transfer contact the registration manager/s  on [email protected]

* Contact the registration manager/s on [email protected] if you experience any problems using the Swift code.

Note the following on EFTs! The University of Pretoria or UP ISMC will not be responsible for any banking fees that may result from any EFT, both nationally or internationally. This includes fees that might be deducted by the recipient's financial institution. If needed, include potential transfer costs into your payment (speak to your bank to determine if this would be needed).


Bulk participant invoice request (For large groups from research institutions)

* If wanting to do a bulk payment via invoice system contact the registration manager/s on [email protected]


Credit card payments: Currently not available!


E-mail proof of payment to [email protected] and use your registration (reference) number and surname in the subject line.














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Important Dates
Conference Duration
30 July 2019 00:00 - 1 August 2019 00:00
1 April 2019 - 22 July 2019 [CLOSED]
Sunitha Kissoon (MOMR) and Taneshka Kruger (UP ISMC)
Contact Email
[email protected]
Contact Number
+27 31 203 4852 and +27 12 319 2381
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  • Education and health promotion
  • Epidemiology - Modeling towards elimination (mathematical, GIS, climate, etc.)
  • Parasite biology, control, transmission blocking and gametocyte studies
  • Pharmacology, drug efficacy, discovery and development
  • Phytomedicine and bioprospecting
  • Regional malaria and cross-border issues affecting elimination
  • Residual malaria, reintroduction, vivax malaria and co-infectionResidual malaria, reintroduction, vivax malaria and co-infection
  • Surveillance (vector, parasite, resistance)
  • Vector biology, control and IVM
  • Research capacity and strengthening
  • Resource allocation and advocacy
  • Social and health economics