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Bhongo Mbalula,18 has not received his matric results statement.
Bhongo Mbalula,18 has not received his matric results statement.
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A pupil has been denied his National Senior Certificate 2022 results statement because of an outstanding R1 500 bill owed to the no-fee paying school he attended.

The Solomon Mahlangu High School in Mdantsane in the Eastern Cape charged parents R1 500 for extra classes in preparation for the school-leaving examinations.

The school, however, ranks as a no-fee school since schools in the country are divided into five categories, known as quintiles.

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