‘Further your studies’ – council

2011-01-07 11:12

The SA Council of Educators today urged matriculants to further their studies.

“Your patience and perseverance has finally paid off. However this is the end of one chapter and the beginning of a harder one,” said chief executive Rej Brijraj.

“We encourage all of you to further your studies at higher-education institutions; you have showed us all that you are more than capable of succeeding.”

The council congratulated 2010 matriculants and thanked parents, teachers and the education ministry for their efforts.

Brijraj commended the ministry on conducting credible examinations, which were free from the irregularities associated with exams in previous years.

“We, as a professional council say, well done.”

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