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Johannesburg - The inmate class of 2015 achieved an overall pass rate of 73% - a marked increase compared to the inmate results of 2014.

In 2014, prisoners achieved 69%.

According to Correctional Services National Commissioner Zach Modise there were several improvements across a wide spectrum.

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