A massive taxi strike in Zeerust in the North West province resulted in five schools starting the matric exams late on Tuesday.
Taxis in Zeerust embarked on a massive taxi strike and blockaded the roads in the entire town. This resulted in five out of the 13 schools in the area starting their matric Economics paper an hour late at 10am.
Four schools in the province were also victims of storm damage when their roofs were blown off by the hail storm days before the start of the final matric exams.
The four schools in Ngaka Modiri Molema District were J. M. Lekgetha in Lichtenburg, Ikopanyeng Secondary, Gaesegwe Primary and Upper Setlagole Primary School in Ratlou Local Municipality.
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