Cape Town – The two pregnant learners from the Western Cape and Limpopo who were barred from writing English P1 are among more than 1100 National Senior Certificate (NSC) candidates who will be given a second chance this week to write exams they missed.
Monday marked day 28 of the 30-day NSC exams in which 215 of the 222 question papers have already been written.
Exams are expected to come to an end on Thursday, December 8, because of the rewrite opportunities arising from disruptions in some parts of the country.
“The DBE assessed the requests from Provincial Education Departments, and in instances where valid reasons were presented, which were not of the learner’s doing, the DBE and…
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