The South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC), the regulator established in terms of the Pharmacy Act, 53 of 1974, serves as the regulatory authority for the pharmacy profession in South Africa. Committed to ensuring public safety and the highest standards of pharmaceutical care, the SAPC plays a pivotal role in regulating pharmacists, pharmacy support personnel, and the pharmacy profession as a whole.

Key services provided by the SAPC include accreditation and registration of pharmacists and pharmacies, ensuring compliance with professional ethics and standards, and promoting continuing professional development. Council is dedicated to fostering a culture of excellence within the pharmacy profession and safeguarding the well-being of the public by overseeing the quality and safety of pharmaceutical services across South Africa.