Only five schools obtained 0% pass rate matric exams

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Mathanzima Mweli, said the success of last year’s matriculants could be attributed to “robust” support provided to the pupils because unique learning context they had been subjected to. Photo: Lucky Nxumalo
Mathanzima Mweli, said the success of last year’s matriculants could be attributed to “robust” support provided to the pupils because unique learning context they had been subjected to. Photo: Lucky Nxumalo

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Three of those schools were in the Eastern Cape, which was lauded by Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga last Thursday as having improved the most in its matric results. Mpumalanga and Limpopo had one school each that recorded a 0% pass rate.

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