Matrics in court for exam corruption

2011-10-17 15:30

Johannesburg - Two Limpopo matric pupils are expected to appear in the Thabamoopo Magistrate's Court on Monday for allegedly trying to buy two exam question papers near Polokwane.

Police arrested the two girls, aged 18 and 20, after setting a trap with an education official in Lebowakgomo on Friday, said police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Mohale Ramatseba.

They caught the girls allegedly trying to buy the maths and physical science question papers from the official for R2 000 each.

The girls were pupils at Saint Ignatious College in Polokwane, Ramatseba said.

  • andriescombrinck - 2011-10-17 15:56

    Guess when you are 20 and doing matric you need all the help you can get...

      Sunett - 2011-10-17 17:02

      @andries - LOL!!

      SimnikiweNtingi - 2011-10-17 17:09

      lol now they need to be recruited in the be taught in the art of corruption, they have awesome potential

  • Ben - 2011-10-17 16:43

    That's the spirit! Start nice and early with the corruption...

  • candida.reid - 2011-10-17 17:11

    This happens even here in the UK. Where A-Level students try buy papers. Not just limited to SA.

  • zaatheist - 2011-10-17 19:23

    Oh no. They learned their moral superiority at a Catholic school.

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