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BACK2SCHOOL: "Life Science Paper Must Have Been Leaked Too," Could The Matric Pupils Tried Again?

Image: DBE Ministe, Angie Motshekga

The department of basic education has seen the snake's breasts this year, with this kind of matriculants group. They never gave them a chance to breath but to leak almost every paper seem challenging to them. The Class of 2020 had prove to be capable of anything and that they will stop at nothing until they achieve what they want. It was first the Mathematics papers, Physical Sciences papers and now Life Sciences. It had came to the Gauteng MEC of Education Panyaza Lesufi's attention on Sunday that Life Science paper might have been leaked too. The Department of basic education is recently investigating the exam leak.

It was previously stated that the matric examination Mathematics paper two leaked, allegations that Mathematics paper one could have been leaked in the Kwazulu Natal province and Physical Sciences paper two has been leaked too across the country. The Department has been investigating the leak. Atleast, the Department has managed to receive the good news from the appointed leading investigation officials Hawks that the accused were brought to book.

It has been discovered that the culprit is an employee to a Johannesburg based company responsible for printing the matric examinations papers. The culprit had undermined the credibility of the examination. IOL reported that; Panyaza Lesufi mentioned that the DBE has launched investigations into the leaking of the three examinations of the three leaking papers.

People think they can just undermine the examination's credibility and get away with it. These are the national papers and the national minister is responsible for the examinations. People should start taking this examinations seriously and protect its credibility.

~Source: Independent Online

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Angie Motshekga DBE Ministe Department Kwazulu Natal Life Science

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