Event Manager








Exhibition information   (List of Exhibitors)

The Organising Committee invites you to showcase your organisation/company to the delegates attending the PHASA Conference 2022. This is a marketing opportunity for your organisation. We anticipate that +- 300 delegates which includes public health professionals, researchers, policy-makers, academics, students, civil society activists, and anyone interested in advancing the interests of health, healthcare and public health around the country.

Costs per table: R20 000.00 (excl VAT)

Cost includes

  • Table with 2 chairs
  • 1 x plug point
  • 2 delegates per stand
  • Teas and lunch for the duration of the conference
  • Conference programme

Exhibitors will also be allowed to attend the conference; keeping in mind that the Organisers does not take any responsibility for stands during this time.  

Floor plan
The exhibition stands will be set up in the tea venue to ensure full exposure for all stands for the duration of the conference. A floor plan is attached.

Online Booking form

Complete the online booking form after reading the guidelines and provisions for potential exhibitors as listed below.

Deadline date for exhibition application is 15 July 2022 (close of business day) 

Cancellations and Refunds

Any cancellations must be notified in writing to the Conference Organisers. Cancellations received on or before 1 August 2022 will carry a cancellation charge of 25%. No refunds for cancellation will be granted after 1 August 2022.

Booking Terms & Conditions

The SPONSOR / EXHIBITOR agrees to be bound by these Terms of Acceptance with respect to support for PHASA2022 and further agrees that it shall be bound by the rates, submission deadlines, cancellation deadlines, and cancellation conditions outlined below.

  1. All participation is subject to the approval of PHASA who also reserves the right to decline or cancel exhibitors due to non-performance.
  2. No responsibility will be accepted by PHASA for loss arising from non-adherence to deadlines of whatsoever nature which, once provided to the sponsor or expo partner, immediately come into effect and form part of this contract.
  3. PHASA will use its best endeavours to deliver on its obligations to the sponsor / exhibition partners correctly but will not be liable for any loss of profits or damages suffered by the participant as a result of the participant’s failure to do so and any failure in this regard will not entitle the advertiser to withhold payment of the account rendered in any respect.
  4. PHASA shall be exempt from any liability arising from force majeure or where performance of its obligations is prevented by circumstances outside its control.
  5. Verbal cancellation will not be valid; only a written cancellation via an email or faxed letter, with an acknowledged response from PHASA, will be accepted by PHASA and will serve as notice. No refunds for cancellations will be granted after 1 August 2022.
  6. All amounts payable are due simultaneously by the date mentioned on this document as “payment date”, save where PHASA has approved, in writing, an extension of the payment deadline in which event, PHASA reserves the right to suspend services if payment is not received on the due date.
  7. Nothing herein contained shall be interpreted as obliging PHASA to afford the participant any indulgence to effect payment after due date.
  8. In the event of PHASA instructing its attorneys to collect any amounts, all legal fees and collection charges, determined as the maximum permitted fees and charges in terms of the NCA and its regulations, a commission of 20% (twenty percent) of the amount outstanding, and legal fees as between attorney and participant shall be borne by the participant.
  9. The advertiser agrees that these Terms of Acceptance constitute a valid contract with PHASA and certifies that all information given herein by him/her/it to the representative of PHASA is true and correct.
  10. This agreement is governed by South African Law and is subject to the jurisdiction of the South African courts. PHASA is allowed to institute legal proceedings for the recovery of any amount owing hereunder in the Magistrate’s Court of any district which by virtue of Section 28 of the Magistrate’s Court Act has jurisdiction over the advertiser, but this does not preclude PHASA at its own discretion from instituting legal proceedings in the Supreme Court of South Africa which has jurisdiction over the participant.
  11. All terms and conditions relating to the services are set out herein. All other terms and conditions are excluded unless agreed to in writing by PHASA, and no other conditions, warranties or representations, whether oral or written, express or implied by statute or otherwise, shall apply hereto.
  12. No concession, latitude or indulgence allowed by PHASA to the participant shall be construed as a waiver or abandonment of any of PHASA rights hereunder.
  13. In the event that any of the terms of these Terms of Acceptance are found to be invalid, unlawful or unenforceable, such terms will be severable from the remaining terms, which will continue to be valid and enforceable.