Johannesburg – With less than a week to go for the 2022 National Senior Certificate (NSC) Exams across the country, the Gauteng MEC for Education Matome Chiloane is confident that the province will overtake their competitors Free State to the number one spot.
Gauteng has been beaten by the Free State for three years in a row, which resulted in it being in the second position.
MEC Chiloane signed a pledge for the matric pupils ahead of the coming exams today at BB Myataza Secondary High in Etwatwa, Benoni.
He delivered a state of readiness for the exams and also gave an update on the Grades 1 and 8 learner placements in a media briefing that was held at the school.
Addressing the briefing on…
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