Past matric exam papers: IsiZulu Second Additional Language (SAL)

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Here's a collection of past IsiZulu Ulimi Lwesibili Lokwengeza (SAL) papers plus memos to help you prepare for the matric finals. Unfortunately the Department hasn't made many of these SAL papers available, but that's often because not many learners, if any, write this paper. 

We'd also like to tell you about our new free Grade 12 study guides.

Before we get to the past papers, here are some more links we hope you'll find useful:

All the best of luck!

The Parent24 team.

2014 November:

2014 IsiZulu Paper 1 November

2014 IsiZulu Paper 1 Memorandum November*

2014 IsiZulu Paper 2 November

2014 IsiZulu Paper 2 Memorandum November*

2012 November:

2012 IsiZulu Paper 1 November

2012 IsiZulu Paper 1 Memorandum November

2012 IsiZulu Paper 2 November

2012 IsiZulu Paper 2 Memorandum November*

2011 November:

2011 IsiZulu Paper 1 November

2011 IsiZulu Paper 1 Memorandum November*

2011 IsiZulu Paper 2 November*

2011 IsiZulu Paper 2 Memorandum November*

2011 Feb/March:

2011 IsiZulu Paper 1 November

2011 IsiZulu Paper 1 Memorandum November

2011 IsiZulu Paper 2 November

2011 IsiZulu Paper 2 Memorandum November*

2009 November:

2009 IsiZulu Paper 1 November

2009 IsiZulu Paper 1 Memorandum November

2009 IsiZulu Paper 2 November

2009 IsiZulu Paper 2 Memorandum November*

2008 November:

2008 IsiZulu Paper 1 November

2008 IsiZulu Paper 1 Memorandum November

2008 IsiZulu Paper 2 November

2008 IsiZulu Paper 2 Memorandum November

* Most papers for IsiZulu Second Additional Language (SAL) aren’t available as yet. We hope to get them soon.

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