MEC Majuba visits Khayalami Secondary School to monitor first day of grade 12 writing

South Africa: All registered full time grade 12 learners are set for the writing English home or a second additional language as part of the 2022 National Senior Certificate Examination(NCS) this morning.

South Africa: All registered full time grade 12 learners are set for the writing English home or a second additional language as part of the 2022 National Senior Certificate Examination(NCS) this morning.

The MEC for Education, Mr Bonakele Majuba, visited khayalami Secondary School in Siyathuthuka Township at Emakhazeni (Belfast) to monitor the start of the National Senior Certificate Examination on the full scale.

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MEC Majuba was very much encouraged by the level of preparedness of the school as well as the confidence displayed by the candidates.


 

 


He used the occasion to convey his best wishes to the class of 2022.

“We are encouraged by the progress to date. Teachers have done everything humanly possible to prepare the learners for this examination. The ball is now in their court as candidates to do their best. We wish that they can all appreciate the significance of this examination and work hard to make their parents and the community of Mpumalanga proud. We, therefore, extend our best wishes to the Class of 2022,” he said.

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The Mpumalanga Department of Education has managed an incident free examination process since 2010, and it intends to uphold that positive trajectory as well as improve the overall outcomes of this examination.

So far, there are 71 582 learners who have registered to write in 566 Examination Centres throughout the Province. This number is the biggest in the history of writing such an Examination in the Province.

The National Senior Certificate Examination will progress until the 07th of December 2022.