- The South African matriculation results are out and a few students have definitely stood out from the crowd with their amazing results
- Briefly.co.za takes a look at 5 students that achieved amazing results such as getting a number of distinctions and achieving high overall percentages
- Many of the star students were at the receiving end of a number of congratulatory messages from proud South Africans
The South African matric results have been released and for the most part, everyone did really well. A large number of students have stood out from the rest by achieving exceptional marks and left the country extremely proud of them.
Briefly.co.za has compiled a shortlist of only five of the many students that were able to achieve exceptional results in a time period where the world and South Africa were turned upside down because of the pandemic.
George Georgiades, Jiaye Li, Sinazo Mthetwa, Sarah Blignaut, and Sofia Ferreti are among the learners who proved themselves to be focused, hard-working and determined to make the most of their matric year.
Read about them below:
Meanwhile, South Africans have had this to say about the matric results:
"Congratulations to my niece who got a B. Mshana wam’ uphase ngeBursary.#MatricResults2020"
"Any type of pass is a W. Congratulations guys ❤ #MatricResults2020"
"Allow me to be controversial as always. The impressive IEB matric results are a product of privilege. #matricresults2020"
"IEB results out today! Congrats to the class of 2020Party popperParty popperParty popper #MatricResults2020"
In other Briefly.co.za news Sinazo Mthethwa from Ekurhuleni, Gauteng bagged eight distinctions in Matric. The teenager attended Saheti School and they could not be more proud of her accomplishment. Sinazo achieved a 90.1% average.
The school uploaded a congratulatory message for Sinazo on Twitter stating that she had been named a commendable achiever by the Independent Examinations Board (IEB). Sinazo's achievement is extremely amazing.
The teenager forms part of the class of 2020 who had to face delayed examinations due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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