JOHANNESBURG - The Basic Education Department got the green light to deliver the 2020 matric test results.
Quality affirmation body Umalusi says the spilling of two papers was not far and wide.
Maths Paper Two and Physical Science Paper Two were spilled hours before they should be composed.
Peruse: Umalusi affirms arrival of 2020 test results
Umalusi's John Volmink said the chief board of trustees of committee endorsed the arrival of the DBE consequences of the November 2020 NSC assessments.
"Where there has been unapproved admittance to the papers and where there is proof past being an aloof beneficiary of the papers, the consequences of the applicants ought to be obstructed forthcoming examinations," he said.
"Umalusi can in any case invalidate the authentications of up-and-comers who are seen as blameworthy having profited by the spilling of the papers, even after their outcomes have been delivered."
The Department of Basic Education has invited Umalusi's declaration.
Peruse: 2020 matric tests were not traded off, Dept of Basic Education
Essential Education representative Elijah Mhlanga said: "We come from a troublesome few months defaced with an entire scope of difficulties that compromised the uprightness and believability of the assessment today, it comes as extraordinary news to the division."
Essential Education Minister Angie Motshekga will declare the matric results next Monday.
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