Conference Rules & Fees

For delegates and students

Rules 

Please note: 

  • Each author may present a maximum of only TWO conference papers at the conference.
  • Each conference paper MUST be presented virtually at the conference.
  • All registration fees MUST paid BEFORE the conference.
  • Only full time honours, PHD and master students qualify for student rate ( e-mail proof of registration to conference@asocsa.org).

Before final submission, please ensure that:

Submit a similarity report with your final paper,

  • (h) your paper does not infringe the copyright or other intellectual property right of a third party or contain libelous or unlawful statements. The publisher reserves the right to exclude such paper from the proceedings without refund of publication fees, and
  • (i) you have proofread your paper, as authors will not be sent proofs of their papers before publication and amendments are impossible after final the submission
  • Please ensure you upload the final version of your paper in PDF on easy-chair and also submit in both Microsoft Word (.docx) and PDF files format to papers@asocsa.org on or before 30th August 2021.

Conference Delegate Fees:

To Be Confirmed.

Faxed or scanned proof of registration to be supplied – Note: Students should NOT be employed by the university. 

Registration Procedure 

Register online here.

Once payment has been processed, then please e-mail your proof of payment to conference@asocsa.org

Cancellation Policy 

Notice of cancellation must be received in writing not later than 21 days prior to the event. Email notice of cancellation to conference@asocsa.org 

Please note: No refunds permitted thereafter

Payment Methods: 

Direct bank deposit, Internet transfer, Bank transfer 

Bank: First National Bank 
Account Name: ASOCSA 
Account Number: 6217 937 9170 
Branch Code: 230234 
Branch Name: Bloemfontein 
Account Type: Current 
SWIFT Code: FIRNZAJJ 

Please e-mail proof of deposit to: conference@asocsa.org

Tax Benefit

ASOCSA is a registered Public Benefit Organization as defined in Section 30 of the Income Tax Act and a registered Section 21 Company as defined in the Companies Act. Therefore all donations made to ASOCSA will be fully deductable for income tax purposes and a section 18A certificate, for proof of deductibility will be issued to the donor upon receipt of the donation. The deductable donations is limited to 10% of the donors’ taxable income before providing for Section 18A and Section 18 deductions.