uMgungundlovu’s top achiever: ‘I exceeded all my expectations’

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uMgungundlovu District's top pupil Kial Parmanand who is also number six in KwaZulu-Natal's top 10.PHOTO: supplied
uMgungundlovu District's top pupil Kial Parmanand who is also number six in KwaZulu-Natal's top 10.PHOTO: supplied

The uMgungundlovu District’s top pupil and number six in KZN said his dedication to his studies paid off.

Kial Parmanand , from Kharina Secondary School in Northdale, obtained seven distinctions, with a 100% in accounting, 98% in physical science and 96% percent in mathematics.

He is the first from the school to be in the district’s and province’s top pupils list. The school achieved a 82,3% pass rate.

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