Alleged matric cheats get bail
Polokwane - Two Polokwane matric pupils who allegedly tried to buy examination papers were released on bail by a Limpopo court on Monday.
The two Saint Ignatius College pupils appeared in the Thabamoopo Magistrate's Court after being arrested on Friday following a trap set by education officials and police.
Police said the two pupils faced corruption charges after planning to buy Mathematics and Physical Science papers at a cost of R2 000 each.
The two were not asked to plead, and the case was postponed to November 11 for further investigation.
Both were released on R500 bail each.