Exams finished, friends to follow different paths

2017-12-08 06:00
Mount Currie Secondary matric pupils (from left) Zama Makhalima, Babongile Mpethula, Esihle Tshungu and Thembisa Tshekela. PHOTO: siphelele nketo

Mount Currie Secondary matric pupils (from left) Zama Makhalima, Babongile Mpethula, Esihle Tshungu and Thembisa Tshekela. PHOTO: siphelele nketo

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IT was a good year for Mount Currie Secondary pupils Zama Makhalima (19), Thembisa Tshekela (18), Babongile Mpethula (18) and Esihle Tshungu (18), who wrote their final
paper on Monday.

They have been friends since 2015, but next year they will study at different tertiary institutions, which means they will be separated.

Zama has applied to study medicine so is hoping to pass matric with distinctions.

“This year was a good year for me because I managed to overcome some personal circumstances I was facing,” said Zama.

Esihle, who will be enrolling to study law, said group studying worked for her. She said mathematics was difficult, but the other subjects were easy.

No irregularities have been reported by the Department of Education during examinations.

They have been friends since 2015

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