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After completing the final matric exams, the class of 2021 can expect to receive their results in January 2022. This follows an announcement made by the Department of Basic Education, revealing when marking will be taking place and the date that the Minister will be announcing the national results.


With the final matric exams less than 3 weeks away, over 700 000 full time candidates are counting down the days until they write the biggest exams of their school career. The Department of Basic Education held a media briefing on Friday to unpack its readiness for the final exams.


With learners set to return to school next week, the Department of Basic Education is expected to address parents and learners about changes they can expect. 


Minister Angie Motshekga has announced that grade 12 learners will not be writing mid-year exams this year. The Minister’s announcement has not been without criticism. 


The Basic Education Department has spoken out against fake posts circulating on social media. 


If you applied for a remark of your matric exams and have been waiting for your results, the wait is over. 


The Western Cape Department of Education has decided to extend applications for the 2022 school year. 


Learners can now register to write the May/June Senior Certificate (SC) and National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations.


With learners back at school, parents may be worried about paying fees. Applying for a school fee exemption can lighten the financial load. 


With the new year now in progress, the Department of Basic Education has released the official school calendar for 2021. 


Basic Education Director-General, Mathanzima Mweli held a media briefing today to discuss the progress that the department has been making with the marking of exams. Marking is taking place at 177 exam centres across the country, with all marking centres chasing the deadline of 22 January 2021. 


Pit latrines and classroom shortages have been the reality of many schools in South Africa. The Department of Basic Education has failed to meet yet another deadline to improve schools and this has upset Equal Education. 


Government has released a proposed calendar for 2022. The 2020 school year has been a tough year for many schools and plans are now in motion to get back lost teaching time in the next 3 years. 

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