Pupils miss exams as school fails to submit names

2014-12-29 00:00

FIFTY-SIX matriculants at Natal Midlands Development School will face the new year with great uncertainty after the school locked doors just before they could write final exams.

The NGO school charges R350 per month for tuition plus a once-off payment of R700 for administration fees. Pupils said they were told that their exam timetables were ready, but that was the last time they heard from the school.

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