Angie Motshekga says 2021 matric results to be released early next year

Angie Motshekga says 2021 matric results to be released early next year

  • Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga revealed that the 2021 matric exam results would be released early in 2022
  • The provisional date for the release of results is set for 20 January and marking is expected to be completed by late December
  • The exams were brought forward after concerns that the local elections could cause significant disruptions

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PRETORIA - Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga told the media that the 2021 matric results would be released in January 2022.

The provisional date for the release of the results is 20 January 2022. Director of Public Examinations and Assessment at the Department, Priscilla Ogunbanjo said that the number of learners both full time and part-time had increased.

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Angie Motshekga revealed that the 2021 exam results are expected to be released early next year. Photo credit: GCIS/Flickr
Source: UGC

Learners who test positive for Covid 19 will write their exams in isolation rooms at their exam locations or at selected centres.

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News24 reported that the exams are set to begin in late October and are planned to continue until early December.

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The final exam paper will be written on 7 December and marking is expected to be complete by 22 December, just before Christmas according to the SABC.

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The announcement was made on Tuesday by G&G Productions, who are preparing to run the five-day festival to take place from 30 November to 5 December.

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Amazon will now offer home based work opportunities to South Africans

In similar news, South Africans can now apply for Amazon positions as they offer home-based positions relating to virtual technical support in South Africa.

Amazon emphasises that technical support associates make up a crucial aspect of Amazon’s mission to provide timely, accurate and professional customer service.

To qualify for the position, South African applicants need to possess at least an NQF Level 4 qualification as well as three months of work experience in any environment.

Source: Briefly News

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