Matrics across the country wished good luck

2017-11-03 06:00

MATRICS across the country began their final exams on Monday and Qiniso Ntozakhe, ANCYL Harry Gwala Regional Secretary wished them good luck.

“We hope the efforts made by the Department of Basic Education, teachers, school governing bodies and parents to prepare pupils will bear positive results this year.

“We believe Harry Gwala district as a whole will register impressive results compared to previous years,” said Ntozakhe.

The Fever spoke to pupils at Khanya-Naledi Combined School in Matatiele on Tuesday and all said they enjoyed the English paper they wrote that day.

Bokamoso Kakole (17), said the English paper was not difficult and she is “prepared” to get distinctions. Rapelang Tjatja (18), said he applied to study law at the University of Fort Hare next year so he wants to get distinctions in all his subjects.

Rethlabile Khoathane (19), thanked her teachers, who motivated her to focus on positive things.

She said she wants to study construction because in South Africa there are only a few females in the construction industry.


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