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2 in court for trying to buy matric exams

2011-11-11 23:01

Polokwane - The trial of two Polokwane matric pupils who allegedly tried to buy examination papers was postponed for further investigation by the Thabamoopo Magistrate's Court on Friday, the National Prosecuting Authority said.

Tsogofatso Maake, 20, and Celina Bale, 18, face charges of corruption for allegedly trying to buy mathematics and physical science exam papers for R2 000 each, spokesperson Mthunzi Mhaga said.

The youths, from Saint Ignatius College, would appear in court again on December 12.

Comments
  • Silvana - 2011-11-12 05:13

    LOL maybe that's why Malema couldn't attend the verdict of his hearing.

  • Shonaphy - 2011-11-14 14:50

    do this 2 pupils knw of some1 who has done it b4? i mean did they just wake up and said we r going 2 buy axam papers? i dont think so, i think this should b invistigated more its obvious tht the is more 2 the story. i didnt even knw tht it can b done, i thought papers arrive @ the schools the day the examination takes place sealed. somebody knows something.

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