Image: The DBE, Minister Angie Motshekga
In every hard work there is a pay off. The year 2020 has been the very most toughest year amid to the Covid-19 pandemic disruptions. Everyone has been through alot despite all odds people are still trying to put together all the broken pieces.
Learners have been in and out of school since the Covid-19 pandemic has stricken. That on it's own had cause the very most inconvenience and delay in the education system. It delayed quite alot and led to teachers taking the education system to all on their shoulders. The matric examinations commencement had delayed but well they say, "A dream delayed is not a future denied." Matric pupils had to push to outdone themselves even though there were hiccups but all shall be well in the end.
The minister of basic education has called an urgent meeting with the council of education ministers to discuss on the matters arise from the matric final examinations with regards to the Mathematics paper leakage and briefed the media on the outcome of the meeting.
The Department of basic Education Minister had announce that those pupils involved in the paper leakage will pay massively and since that the Hawks and IT experts are involved it will stink up while it is not rotten once they find the perpetrators. The people will have to be jailed and be suspended from matric writing.
However, the DBE finally assured the country that the remaining exams will run smoothly and the papers will be safe. Moreover, matriculants will have access to their results on the 28 February 2021. That means the academic year of the matric pupils in tertiary will commence in March while the Grade R to 11 will open on 27 January 2021.
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