Very few institutions are currently running the BPsych Equivalency program, which Unisa will also no longer be running next year. Running the program requires administrative resources which most universities and colleges lack.
The South African College of Applied Psychology is trying to run this program but is awaiting accreditation from the HPCSA (who knows how long this will take). Training for professionals is in a horrible state in this country and is getting worse by the year, leaving many degreed students with no practical or legal standing to practice. This is so sad.
The only suggestion I have for you in terms of improving your chances for Masters is to volunteer as much as possible and attend as much free counselling training as possible e.g. SADAG, police stations for trauma counselling and Hospices etc.