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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.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced that her department has created jobs for thousands of youth in South Africa.
Schools in the Northern Cape have been recording a number of Covid-19 infections, with many schools closing in the process.
Learners will be returning to daily classes soon and this has caused mixed reactions, as unions and parents have come forward to share their thoughts with the Department of Basic Education.
Primary school learners will soon be able to attend physical classes daily, bringing an end to the rotational timetable system.
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