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Take a look at a prisoner from Westville jail in Durban who passed his Matric with flying colours.

Take a look at a prisoner from Westville jail in Durban who passed his Matric with flying colours. 



A detainee from Westville jail in Durban finishes his Matric without a hitch. Its great when jail does what it was planned to do restore detainees. A detainee from Westville jail in Durban has passed with no trouble at all, the detainee passed so well that he figured out how to beat any remaining detainees who have written matric exams in South Africa. He is as yet in stun from the outcomes. 

The 22 year old Kwazi Chamane from Ntuzuma passed with a single man, he scored 4 As and 4 Bs in eight subjects that he was learning. He passed every one of his subjects with 75% upwards he was contemplating Maths, Writing ,Life Sciences, The travel industry , History , Topography, Life Direction, isiZulu and English. He scored A in tourism, History , isiZulu and Life Direction. 

Anyway he isn't satisfied with a portion of his outcomes and needs his Life Science and English test papers to be commented, he scored 79% on both these papers and he accept they would return with As actually like he anticipated.

Kwazi had consistently imagined to be a day to day existence science and English instructor however he has been applying for Four year certification in scientific studies at Colleges, which reacted that the classes are full. 

He was captured for theft two years prior when he was doing review 11 out of 2017 at Glenhaven. Around then he was remaining in Waterloo with his dad Mandla Chamane. 

'I generally went ahead the fourth or fifth spot in class. I was amazed to hear that I came number one in the country. I never anticipated that this should occur, I figured I would be on the third or fourth spot. I'm actually stunned.' expressed Kwazi 

Kwazi was delivered in December and his dad said he knew that his child was extremely brilliant in school however didn't anticipate that he should do so well. He said he will do his best to see that he understands his fantasies 'I don't need him to reuse drugs, I need him to zero in on training.' expressed Kwazi's dad.

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