Supplementary matric exams start in KZN

2016-02-10 12:00


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Durban – Thousands of matriculants were expected to start writing their National Senior Certificate supplementary exams on Wednesday, the KwaZulu-Natal department of education said.

Provincial Education MEC Peggy Nkonyeni said pupils had begun their examinations with the Computer Applications Technology paper on Wednesday. The exams were expected to be completed on March 17.    

"There are 35 102 pupils writing and these examinations will be conducted in 1 650 centres.

"I would like to wish all the best to our learners who are sitting for the National Senior Certificate supplementary examinations. It is now in your hands. Pull up your sleeves and focus on your studies.  

"We believe in you and we know you will make all of us and the province of KwaZulu-Natal very proud," said Nkonyeni.

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