5 brilliant matriculants who absolutely aced their 2018 IEB exams

5 brilliant matriculants who absolutely aced their 2018 IEB exams

The Independent Examinations Board (IEB) released its 2018 matric results yesterday and as expected, a number of learners absolutely aced it.

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Briefly.co.za highlights five brilliant matriculants from across the country who bagged multiple distinctions in their matric.

1. Jacques de Charmant

Jacques studied at Southdowns College in Pretoria, News24 reports. He bagged an amazing seven distinctions.

He credited discipline, prayer, and balance between sports and academics for his success. The young learner's ambition is to be a wildlife veterinarian.

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2. Chantal Maina

Chantal Maina obtained seven distinctions. Photo credit: EWN

Chantal Maina obtained seven distinctions. Photo credit: EWN
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According to EWN, Chantal emerged as one of Kingsmead College's top performers with seven distinctions from her 10 subjects.

She hopes to study Actuarial Science and become a data scientist. She said, "I am confident that, as a black woman, I can accomplish anything."

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3. Sibongakonke Kubheka

Sibongakonke bagged a total of eight distinctions. He studied at St John's college in Houghton, Johannesburg.

4. Mohammed Fayaaz Cassim

Mohammed scored an amazing eight distinctions and was named one of IEB's commendable achievers. He studied at St David's Marist Inanda in Johannesburg.

5. Bongiwe Bhebhe-Mkandla

Bongiwe matriculated from St Andrew's School in Johannesburg with an incredible seven distinctions.

READ ALSO: Qambile lives up to his name and matriculates with 92% aggregate

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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