- Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Musida has commended the matric class of 2020 on their hard work
- Shudufhadzo recorded a 43-second clip directed at the matrics who are well into their final examinations
- Shudufhadzo went on to stress that post-examination celebrations should involve strict adherence to Covid-19 regulations
The matric class of 2020 are well into their final examinations and have received well wishes from many South African figures. Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida is the latest to send her message in.
The 24-year-old commended the matric class of 2020 for their hard work and their role in preventing the spread of Covid-19. She stressed that celebrations should adhere to regulations set up by the government.
Miss SA went on to wish the matrics well for the remainder of the National Senior Certificate examinations. The video of her well wishes was shared by the Department of Basic Education on Twitter.
Take a look at the 43-second clip Shudufhadzo recorded below:
Final examinations for the matric class of 2020 will conclude on Tuesday, 15 December with Visual Arts and Agricultural Management Practices being the last papers written.
Preciously, Briefly.co.za reported on Mzansi wishing the class of 2020 well for their final examinations. This has been a very difficult year for matriculants with schools constantly opening and closing.
The global pandemic has affected schooling in a major way. South Africans have taken to social media to wish the matrics well for the start of their exams. Many Saffas are extremely proud of the work the Grade 12s have had to put in this year as uncontrollable forces affected their learning.
Meanwhile, President Cyril Ramaphosa and Minister Angie Motshekga also sent in their support for the class of 2020. According to the statement released by the president, this year's examinations will be the largest public exam administered in South Africa. This is due to the postponement of the June Senior Certificate exams.
Ramaphosa said that the class of 2020 have overcome difficulties that would test the resolve of even the most "experienced and hardened adults". Motshekga said the matrics of 2020 are a unique class.
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