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Sadtu says Motshekga bowed to pressure from Umalusi to allow rewrite

The teachers union and several learners will appear before the Pretoria high court on Thursday, where they will ask that Motshekga’s decision for a national rewrite of two leaked matric exams be set aside

Matric exams: Umalusi finds ‘group copying’

Monitoring body Umalusi says it is concerned about the discovery of group copying in matric examinations in two provinces in the country.

Umalusi apologises for matric rape question

Umalusi has apologised for the question relating to baby rape in the dramatic arts matric examination, saying it was in poor taste.

Umalusi gives 2013 matric results the green light

Umalusi says it has successfully delivered on its mandate as a quality council and has approved the release of the national matric results.

Matrics offended by rape question ‘unprepared’, says Umalusi

Drama pupils offended by a question relating to baby rape in a matric exam paper were unprepared, say examination authorities.

Umalusi declares matric exams fair and credible

The matric examinations of 2012 have been declared fair, valid and credible by Umalusi, said chairperson Sizwe Mabizela.

No special treatment for Limpopo or Northern Cape, says Umalusi

Learners from Limpopo and the Northern Cape will not be given special treatment when it comes to matric results, says Umalusi.

Umalusi defends matric mark adjustments

Umalusi says none of the marks for the 11 adjusted matric subjects were changed by more than 5% and is part of a standardisation process.

Umalusi defends matric certificate security

Despite the circulation of forged matric certificates, the education standards council insists its security and quality measures are up to scratch.

Umalusi’s vision for a post-school system

The long-term vision developed by Umalusi for a post-school system encompasses literacy, general academic and vocational education.

Matric: Umalusi reveals all – almost

Startling findings emerged when the state's quality watchdog Umalusi revealed details about its controversial "standardisation" of the matric exams.

DA challenges Umalusi over mark changing

South Africa's official opposition says it will challenge the education quality assurance body, Umalusi, to state publicly how much the marks in the nationally set matriculation subjects have been adjusted upwards. The results -- which are being released to pupils around the country on Thursday -- will be officially released by national Education Minister Naledi Pandor in Cape Town later.

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