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Grade 12 learners at Limpopo schools could miss writing final Exams

There are worries that more than 100 grade 12 students from the Lemana Secondary School at Elim outside Louis Trichardt in Limpopo, will most likely be unable to compose their last tests of the year. This as a security organization, which is clearly owed installment for very nearly 15 months by the public authority, has locked the school premises, keeping the teachers and students from getting to it since Monday. 

The grade 12 students have been going to a close by school since Tuesday, while lower grade students have been sitting at home. 

The teachers have been announcing for obligation outside the school premises. 

Guardians Tinyiko Mkharhi and Kenneth Ramikhithi say that taking their kids to another school, Elim High, is expensive. 

"I have a grade 12 student who has now been going to Elim High and it is expensive to go there." 

"I have two understudies at Lemana High School, so we got an issue. We tracked down that the school is shut, it requires seven days presently as per the understudies for the grade 12. It's truly challenging for transport. From our town to Elim it costs in addition to short 6 kilometers voyaging." 

In the interim, Limpopo Education representative, Tidimalo Chuene says they will meet today to guarantee that examples continue on Monday. 

"The region office is assembling and an earnest SGB meeting is planned for this evening at 2 to determine the matter through all roads available to us. His goal again is to likewise concocted an example make up for lost time plan for students who couldn't be in class during the current week."

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Elim High Kenneth Ramikhithi Lemana Limpopo Tinyiko Mkharhi


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