A Guide to KZN Education Online Database Registration

Are you a qualified educator eager to contribute to the future of KwaZulu-Natal’s education system? This guide will walk you through the process of registering on the KZN Department of Education (KZN DoE) online database, opening doors to potential teaching opportunities.

Who Can Register?

This online database is intended for qualified educators seeking employment in public schools across KwaZulu-Natal.


  • South African Teaching Qualification: You must possess a recognized South African teaching qualification relevant to your desired teaching subjects.
  • Valid SACE Certificate: A valid South African Council for Educators (SACE) certificate is mandatory.
  • Vetting Letter: A vetting letter received from the Department of Social Services is required.
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV): Prepare an updated CV highlighting your qualifications and teaching experience.
  • Academic Records: Scanned copies of your academic transcripts and certificates.

Registration Process:

  1. Navigate to the KZN DoE Website: Head over to the official website of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education: https://www.kzneducation.gov.za/
  2. Recruitment Section: Locate the “Recruitment” section on the homepage.
  3. KZN Qualified Educators: Click on “KZN Qualified Educators” and then select “Educator Registration Portal”.
  4. Online Form: You’ll be directed to a web-based registration form.
    • Carefully fill out the form with your personal information, including your name, ID number, contact details, and preferred teaching subjects.
  5. Document Upload: Upload scanned copies of your required documents:
    • CV
    • Academic transcripts/certificates
    • SACE certificate
    • Vetting letter
  6. Submit and Review: Double-check all information before submitting your online application.

Additional Tips:

  • Reliable Internet Connection: Ensure a stable internet connection for smooth registration.
  • Document Formats: Scan your documents in a commonly used format like PDF or JPEG.
  • Clear Scans: Ensure your uploaded documents are clear and legible.
  • Stay Updated: Monitor the KZN DoE website and social media channels for updates on job postings and application deadlines.


  • Completing the online registration process does not guarantee immediate employment.
  • The KZN DoE will contact you for potential teaching opportunities based on your qualifications and subject needs in the province.
  • Keep your registration information updated on the database to improve your chances of being considered for suitable positions.

By following these steps and maintaining an updated online profile, you can make yourself a strong candidate for teaching positions within the KZN education system, shaping the future of young minds in KwaZulu-Natal.