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A primary school in Limpopo has been closed down after an Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspector found that the school was not compliant with the OHS Act 85 of 1993 and posed a risk of health to learners.

 


Matriculants who want to register for the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations in May/June have less than a week to apply as the application date approaches.


Many learners who were not satisfied with their matric results, may want to improve their results. However, not all of these learners will qualify for the upcoming supplementary examinations. 


Hundreds of thousands of matriculants received their results last week.  However some will want to improve their results during the May/June supplementary examination season. 


Matriculants around the country have received their National Senior Certificate (NSC) results after the 2021 Matric exam season.


Part of the agenda when the matric results are released is finding out the pass rates for South Africa’s nine provinces. 


Limpopo Health MEC Phophi Ramathuba has announced that engagement between government and businesses in the liquor has begun concerning vaccinations. Ramthunba believes that the engagement regarding vaccines, with the liquor industry, could benefit both the Department of Health and the Liquor traders.


Hendrick Makaneta from the Foundation for Education and Social Justice, has commended President Cyril Ramaphosa for taking a decision on pit toilets. Makaneta believes that by setting a deadline, the government shows political will to eradicate the issue of pit toilets. 


The Matric results are going to be announced soon but for some there are still questions about the next step.

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