The controversy around last year's Matric Examinations has been dealt with. There were a few exam papers that were leaked and this almost caused some delays in the release of the results. This is due to the fact that the Department of Education was considering doing rewrites for those papers.
Papers that were leaked included Mathematics Paper1, Life Sciences Paper2 and Physical Science. One of the culprits has been arrested by the Hawks’ serious economic offences unit and has been charged with theft. She is waiting for the court to process this case. Thobile Sweetbetter Duze allegedly sold last year’s matric question papers in two subjects.
Leaking papers is wrong and it does not matter what the reason for it may be. Students who get access of these leaked papers change from being hard workers to being snobs.
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