Sace

SACE
Announcements

As a SACE provider ACSI offers a range of annual workshops and conference, see our training or
events page for more information.
SACE is the professional council
for educators, that aims to enhance
the status of the teaching profession through appropriate Registration, management of Professional development and inculcation of a
Code of Ethics for all educators.

SACE Announcements

As a SACE provider ACSI offers a range of annual workshops and conference, see our training or events page for more information.
SACE is the professional council for educators, that aims to enhance the status of the teaching profession through appropriate Registration, management of Professional development and inculcation of a Code of Ethics for all educators.

SACE Announcements

As a SACE provider ACSI offers a range of annual workshops and conference, see our training or events page for more information.
SACE is the professional council for educators, that aims to enhance the status of the teaching profession through appropriate Registration, management of Professional development and inculcation of a Code of Ethics for all educators.

SACE registrations

27.08.20

SACE registration is now becoming an even more complex issue than it was before. In the past, Principals could easily handle the requirements as part of their day-to-day job descriptions. However, with the advent of COVID complicating the registration process, the tightening up of registration criteria by SACE, the SACE intention to move towards registration being renewed by a process at regular intervals, and more – the suggestion is that schools begin to put a system in place to oversee school compliance. As a principal, your precious time cannot be totally consumed by administration which can be delegated. Kindly note that all applications for registration and supporting documents / request for update and request for a duplicate registration certificate must be forwarded to one of the following email addresses: (All document must be saved in PDF)

SOME THOUGHTS

1. Create a two man team consisting of a capable teacher and an Admin Secretary to oversee the whole process. Please note that the Admin Secretary rarely is able to interpret the criteria correctly alone and needs guidance in many areas such as teacher’s qualifications. Somebody at your school needs to become a specialist in this ever-growing issue of SACE compliance.
2. The school is usually the middle man in the process – with the teacher on the one side and SACE on the other.
3. Make sure that you only employ staff who can easily fulfill the SACE requirements. Employing under qualified teachers whom SACE will not register, could lead to some difficult situations arising in the near future.
4. The Provincial Education Department is linking their subsidy to schools to 100% SACE compliance. [When they decide to enforce that statement is another matter!]
5. It seems as if schools need to seriously consider using an approved outsource service provider in this regard. It would appear as if better results are being obtained by using this route. Of course this comes at a cost.
6. Whilst the school might assist individuals in seeking registration [by batching a number of new applications together for registration by an outsourced service provider], it should remain the teacher’s prerogative to take responsibility for their professional registration.
7 . Make sure that the annual fees of the teacher are up to date. Some schools pay the annual SACE fees on behalf of the school and others do not. However, whatever route is followed, the end result can be deregistration from SACE because the account is in arrears. The proposed Admin Secretary can easily check online on the account status of every teacher.
8 . Keep a copy on file of every teacher’s SACE certificate. Alternatively, keep a copy of their application forms which have been submitted.
9 . Teachers need to keep their SACE certificate in a safe place – obtaining a duplicate is a painful process.
10. The Provincial Education Department periodically does SACE inspections at independent schools.

9 DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO SACE ISSUES

SACE registrations

27.08.20

SACE registration is now becoming an even more complex issue than it was before. In the past, Principals could easily handle the requirements as part of their day-to-day job descriptions. However, with the advent of COVID complicating the registration process, the tightening up of registration criteria by SACE, the SACE intention to move towards registration being renewed by a process at regular intervals, and more – the suggestion is that schools begin to put a system in place to oversee school compliance. As a principal, your precious time cannot be totally consumed by administration which can be delegated. Kindly note that all applications for registration and supporting documents / request for update and request for a duplicate registration certificate must be forwarded to one of the following email addresses: (All document must be saved in PDF)

SOME THOUGHTS

1. Create a two man team consisting of a capable teacher and an Admin Secretary to oversee the whole process. Please note that the Admin Secretary rarely is able to interpret the criteria correctly alone and needs guidance in many areas such as teacher’s qualifications. Somebody at your school needs to become a specialist in this ever-growing issue of SACE compliance.
2. The school is usually the middle man in the process – with the teacher on the one side and SACE on the other.
3. Make sure that you only employ staff who can easily fulfill the SACE requirements. Employing under qualified teachers whom SACE will not register, could lead to some difficult situations arising in the near future.
4. The Provincial Education Department is linking their subsidy to schools to 100% SACE compliance. [When they decide to enforce that statement is another matter!]
5. It seems as if schools need to seriously consider using an approved outsource service provider in this regard. It would appear as if better results are being obtained by using this route. Of course this comes at a cost.
6. Whilst the school might assist individuals in seeking registration [by batching a number of new applications together for registration by an outsourced service provider], it should remain the teacher’s prerogative to take responsibility for their professional registration.
7 . Make sure that the annual fees of the teacher are up to date. Some schools pay the annual SACE fees on behalf of the school and others do not. However, whatever route is followed, the end result can be deregistration from SACE because the account is in arrears. The proposed Admin Secretary can easily check online on the account status of every teacher.
8 . Keep a copy on file of every teacher’s SACE certificate. Alternatively, keep a copy of their application forms which have been submitted.
9 . Teachers need to keep their SACE certificate in a safe place – obtaining a duplicate is a painful process.
10. The Provincial Education Department periodically does SACE inspections at independent schools.

9 DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO SACE ISSUES

SACE registrations

27.08.20

SACE registration is now becoming an even more complex issue than it was before. In the past, Principals could easily handle the requirements as part of their day-to-day job descriptions. However, with the advent of COVID complicating the registration process, the tightening up of registration criteria by SACE, the SACE intention to move towards registration being renewed by a process at regular intervals, and more – the suggestion is that schools begin to put a system in place to oversee school compliance. As a principal, your precious time cannot be totally consumed by administration which can be delegated. Kindly note that all applications for registration and supporting documents / request for update and request for a duplicate registration certificate must be forwarded to one of the following email addresses: (All document must be saved in PDF)

SOME THOUGHTS

1. Create a two man team consisting of a capable teacher and an Admin Secretary to oversee the whole process. Please note that the Admin Secretary rarely is able to interpret the criteria correctly alone and needs guidance in many areas such as teacher’s qualifications. Somebody at your school needs to become a specialist in this ever-growing issue of SACE compliance.
2. The school is usually the middle man in the process – with the teacher on the one side and SACE on the other.
3. Make sure that you only employ staff who can easily fulfill the SACE requirements. Employing under qualified teachers whom SACE will not register, could lead to some difficult situations arising in the near future.
4. The Provincial Education Department is linking their subsidy to schools to 100% SACE compliance. [When they decide to enforce that statement is another matter!]
5. It seems as if schools need to seriously consider using an approved outsource service provider in this regard. It would appear as if better results are being obtained by using this route. Of course this comes at a cost.
6. Whilst the school might assist individuals in seeking registration [by batching a number of new applications together for registration by an outsourced service provider], it should remain the teacher’s prerogative to take responsibility for their professional registration.
7 . Make sure that the annual fees of the teacher are up to date. Some schools pay the annual SACE fees on behalf of the school and others do not. However, whatever route is followed, the end result can be deregistration from SACE because the account is in arrears. The proposed Admin Secretary can easily check online on the account status of every teacher.
8 . Keep a copy on file of every teacher’s SACE certificate. Alternatively, keep a copy of their application forms which have been submitted.
9 . Teachers need to keep their SACE certificate in a safe place – obtaining a duplicate is a painful process.
10. The Provincial Education Department periodically does SACE inspections at independent schools.

9 DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO SACE ISSUES

Group 21

SACE CPTD SYSTEM COORDINATORS

KwaZulu-Natal
Nonhlanhla Mtshali
Muntuza.mtshali@yahoo.com
082 971 4271
KwaZulu-Natal
Vuma Dumakude
vjdumakude@gmail.com
082 977 1294
KwaZulu-Natal
Bongiwe Mncwanga
Bongiwemaz@gmail.com
071 481 9628
Bloemfontein
Thulani Malibe
tmthulanism@gmail.com
083 769 8307

SACE CPTD SYSTEM COORDINATORS

KwaZulu-Natal
Nonhlanhla Mtshali
Muntuza.mtshali@yahoo.com
082 971 4271
KwaZulu-Natal
Vuma Dumakude
vjdumakude@gmail.com
082 977 1294
KwaZulu-Natal
Bongiwe Mncwanga
Bongiwemaz@gmail.com
071 481 9628
Bloemfontein
Thulani Malibe
tmthulanism@gmail.com
083 769 8307

SACE CPTD SYSTEM COORDINATORS

KwaZulu-Natal
Nonhlanhla Mtshali
Muntuza.mtshali@yahoo.com
082 971 4271
KwaZulu-Natal
Vuma Dumakude
vjdumakude@gmail.com
082 977 1294
KwaZulu-Natal
Bongiwe Mncwanga
Bongiwemaz@gmail.com
071 481 9628
Bloemfontein
Thulani Malibe
tmthulanism@gmail.com
083 769 8307
Mpumalanga
Bheki Mnisi
bheki@sace.org.za
084 657 0073
Eastern Cape
Thembi Majikijela
thembimajikijela@yahoo.com
073 186 3192
Eastern Cape
Tobani Mlokoti
thobanimlokoti@gmail.com
071 743 8773
Limpopo
Ledile Thema
mologadi@sace.org.za
logathema@gmail.com
082 424 9769
North West
Modise Kodisang
kodisang@yahoo.co.uk
083 669 4980
Gauteng
Mahlase Magoshi
mahlaseim@gmail.com
082 457 8902
Limpopo
Ledile Thema
mologadi@sace.org.za
logathema@gmail.com
082 424 9769
Mpumalanga
Bheki Mnisi
bheki@sace.org.za
084 657 0073
Eastern Cape
Thembi Majikijela
thembimajikijela@yahoo.com
073 186 3192
Eastern Cape
Tobani Mlokoti
thobanimlokoti@gmail.com
071 743 8773
North West
Modise Kodisang
kodisang@yahoo.co.uk
083 669 4980
Gauteng
Mahlase Magoshi
mahlaseim@gmail.com
082 457 8902
Limpopo
Ledile Thema
mologadi@sace.org.za
logathema@gmail.com
082 424 9769
Mpumalanga
Bheki Mnisi
bheki@sace.org.za
084 657 0073
Eastern Cape
Thembi Majikijela
thembimajikijela@yahoo.com
073 186 3192
Eastern Cape
Tobani Mlokoti
thobanimlokoti@gmail.com
071 743 8773

North West

Modise Kodisang

kodisang@yahoo.co.uk 083 669 4980
Gauteng
Mahlase Magoshi
mahlaseim@gmail.com
082 457 8902

Click on the links to download
information and forms from SACE
as received in November 2019.

Click on the links to download
information and forms from SACE
as received in November 2019.

Click on the links to download
information and forms from SACE
as received in November 2019.

SACE Announcements

Click on the links to download the latest updated information and forms from SACE as received in November 2019.