Students threaten to boycott matric rewrite after papers leaked

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A legal firm representing a group of matrics is threatening to bring an urgent interdict to prevent exams from being rewritten on two subjects in which question papers were leaked.

Teachers unions are also considering going to court, while the Congress of SA Students is encouraging its members to boycott the rewrite.

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