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Matric Results To Be Published On Thursday, Here's What People Are Saying About It on Facebook

eNCA news has confirmed that Matric Results will be published on Thursday in a recent Facebook post and this news got a lot of south Africans talking.

Judge Anthony Millar granted the urgent application brought by AfriForum, Maroela Media, and a matriculant that results should be published. Anlé Spies in her application on the publications of matric results said that she would not be able to return to her high school in Pretoria, to collect her results before starting her first year at the University of the Free State.

On the reason why the Department of Basic Education removed the result publication, it says that is removed the matrix results publication to comply with the Protection of Personal Information Act. However, the recent order to publish the results may not reflect the names of the pupils.

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The reports of the Matric results to be published on Thursday got a lot of South Africans talking online. Most of the people who commented on the eNCA news post on Facebook supported the motion that it should be published. 

Many of the users also said that whether the result is published or not, it makes no difference because if someone has passed, he or she has passed and an individual has failed he or she has failed, it makes no difference.

“Whether they are going to be published or not, those who have passed or failed remain the same. Publishing the results will never make those who have failed to pass and those who have passed to fail, the results will never change,” says a Facebook user.

Read peoples comments below

Photo Credit: eNCA News Facebook Page

In my opinion

It makes no difference, I support the motion that results should be published. When the results are published, it would make things easy for people to see their results. 

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