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Shortage in Afrikaans markers raises concerns for matric readiness

It’s all systems go for the matric 2019 final examinations, save for a shortage in Afrikaans markers

IEB matric results: 98.38% pass rate and 14 900 distinctions

Students who succeeded in the IEB National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination achieved a 98.38% pass rate, and all qualify for tertiary study.

IEB boasts increase in 2013 matric pass rate

The Independent Examinations Board matriculants of 2013 have achieved a pass rate of 98.56%, an increase from last year's 98.2%.

IEB boasts 98.2% matric exam pass rate

A total of 98.2% of students who wrote the National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations under the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) have passed.

IEB matric results show slight improvement

Independent Examination Board (IEB) examination results announced on Friday were a slight improvement on last year's, it has been reported.

IEB matric pupils boast 98.15% pass rate for 2011

Matriculants who wrote the Independent Examinations Board matric exams in 2011 can begin the new year on a positive note, boasting a 98.15% pass rate.

Pride — but no prejudice

SA's quality watchdog, Umalusi, explains what it did with the 2010 matric marks.

IEB matric results improve by 1% in 2010

With a 98,38% pass rate, the Independent Examinations Board final (IEB) exams will see thousands of pupils entering university on a sure footing.

Best school? It’s the teachers who count

Teaching acumen, not pass rates, is what counts in a good school, writes <b>Alan Clarke</b>.

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