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PHOTO: suppliedKZN Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu at Nyonithwele High School last Friday.
PHOTO: suppliedKZN Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu at Nyonithwele High School last Friday.

KWAZULU-NATAL MEC for Education Kwazi Mshengu says they are not expecting a zero percent pass rate at any of the schools in the province despite the challenges of Covid-19.

Mshengu was briefing the media at Nyonithwele Secondary School in Edendale last Thursday, where he went to monitor the start of the National Senior Certificate Examination.

More than 129 000 matric pupils across KwaZulu-Natal were expected to sit for English First Additional language last Thursday.

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