Get your matric results online

2014-01-07 11:00
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announces the 2013 matric results in Johannesburg. (GCIS, Sapa)

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announces the 2013 matric results in Johannesburg. (GCIS, Sapa)

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Cape Town - The 2013 matric results are available online.

The department of basic education has made the results available on its website. Users have to type in their exam number and will have access to their individual results.

There are other ways to get the information you need, such as SMS: 5 ways to access matric results.

Candidates in the Western Cape will only be able to access online results after 15:00 on 7 January 2014.

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced that 78.2% of the 2013 matrics passed the exams. This is up from 73.9% in 2012. A total of 562 112 full-time learners wrote matric last year.

Matric results for the provinces are: Free State 87.4%,North West 87.2%, Gauteng 87%, Western Cape 85.1%, KwaZulu-Natal 77.4%, Mpumalanga 77.6%, Northern Cape 74.5%, Limpopo 71.8% and Eastern Cape 64.9%.

E-mail or upload your celebratory pics as you receive your results, and we'll feature them on News24.

Details revised 7 January 2014.

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