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JOHANNESBURG - With just 18 days left until the class of 2021 sits for their finals, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said her subject matter was ready to control legitimate tests. 

Motshekga kept an eye on the media on enhancements in the key tutoring region on Friday. 

More than 700,000 matriculants around the country are depended upon to make the public senior verification tests, which are reserved to begin on 27 October. 

"This year, there are 735,677 full-time contenders. This is an addition by 128,451. That infers that the system needs to ensure that all prosperity and security shows are clung to," the cleric said. 

This is second assembling of grade 12s that will sit for their finals during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The division said teachers had tried to ensure that matriculants got on totally lost time. 

"The current directions was to invigorate the country about our accessibility to present a reasonable test for 2021 and trust everything turns out for our understudies and appeal to everyone to help the class of 2021."

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