matriculants

 
Eastern Cape joins 70% performance club
Eastern Cape joins 70% performance club
Teacher unions and provincial leaders have commended the department of basic education and the class of 2018 results — noting the hard work and...
Meet some of the top matrics for 2018
Meet some of the top matrics for 2018
Out of more than 800 000 pupils who sat for the national senior certificate exams, 29 have been selected as the top matric pupils for 2018.
Motshekga: We look to 2018 matriculants to solve problems
Motshekga: We look to 2018 matriculants to solve problems
Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga congratulated 2018’s matric top achievers top matriculants Thursday morning, praising how every pupil...
​Education and social development departments collaborate
​Education and social development departments collaborate
The Gauteng class of 2017 achieved the second highest matric pass nationally at 86%. The department of social development believes that the...
Malema calls on former matrics to report to academic institutions in 2018
Malema calls on former matrics to report to academic institutions in 2018
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) commander in chief, Julius Malema, has called on former matriculants who want to further their education to report...
Education system must be overhauled to prepare matriculants
Education system must be overhauled to prepare matriculants
The subject of progressed learners has dominated discussions at many public platforms and dinner tables. But what seems to raise most people’s eyebrows is the notion of allowing a child who failed grade 11 twice to enter grade??12. This contentious issue poses serious political and...
Of the 18% of matrics registered at universities, half drop out
Of the 18% of matrics registered at universities, half drop out
Van Zyl, the director of the University of Johannesburg's (UJ) Academic Development Centre and head of the South African National Resource Centre...
Weak matric pupils pushed to drop subjects
Weak matric pupils pushed to drop subjects
With matric exams due to start in less than two weeks, pupils at three Gauteng schools have told the Mail & Guardian that their...
Our maths mindset doesn't add up
Our maths mindset doesn't add up
Very few black students get to do maths-based courses at university. This is because very few black students do maths as a subject for matric...
Ditch idea of a secure job and get to work
Ditch idea of a secure job and get to work
The government is not going to be able to create enough jobs through large-scale infrastructure projects, let alone lasting jobs. Nor is the...
Education: Celebrating failure says it all
Education: Celebrating failure says it all
The two most significant pieces of data of the year were released by Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga almost exactly a month apart. The...

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