According to the Department of Basic Education, the Mathematics Paper Two exam questions paper leaked on Monday morning (today) , just hours before it was set to be written.
The department said they are not sure how the paper leaked but what they are sure about is that matric pupils who had access to the question paper appeared to be in Limpopo and Gauteng. And it is said that all matric learners from Limpopo and Gauteng who wrote this paper are going to write again.
But according to you do you think it's only matric pupils from these two province who had the paper? I mean we have internet nowadays and it's easy to share documents with other people who are far away.
I rember when I was doing grade 12 in 2015 we had the same problem, we wrote Life Sciences two times due to the situation same as this. What is really happening to our leaders of Basic education, who is leaking the paper?
It seems like in South Africa, every system is corrupted.
So those people who got total in previous years, are we sure they are just genius or they were the lucky ones to got the paper which the minister of Education didn't know about?
It seems like those who are poor and don't have internet and smart phones will suffer, Imagine studying the whole night cramming the whole book while someone is just focusing on one paper.
Who leaked this paper anyway, is it examiner? Is it you? Is it me?
Is this the first paper to get leaked this year, or maybe there is more to come?
I also don't have answers for these questions but if you do, please feel free to comment below.
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