Joburg – The Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training, Umalusi, has expressed its concerns about the recent protest actions in some parts of the country which have resulted in some candidates either missing their National Senior Certificate (NSC) exams or writing later than originally scheduled.
Protests were about poor service delivery from municipalities, water and power cuts.
In the North-West arrangements have had to be made for approximately 460 candidates to be compensated for the time lost, while just over 50 candidates in Gauteng could not write the exam due to community protests.
In Mpumalanga, approximately 1 130 candidates were…
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