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The Western Cape Education MEC, Debbie Scafer says the provincial department is very pleased with the results achieved by the 2020 matrics. The province placed third in the country for their overall pass rate. 


Education unions, Naptosa and SADTU have said that they are pleased with the 2020 matric results despite the drop in the pass rate, which was expected due to the effects of Covid-19 on teaching and learning. 


Kristal Duncan-Williams from Youth Capital spoke to Careers Portal and explained what Youth Capital is, what they do, and how it can help matriculants face challenges. If you are interested in what she had to say, then keep on reading.

 


Minister Angie Motshekga announced the Class of 2020's Matric pass rate which, just as expected, was lower that last year's. The results are however still something to be proud of when looking at the impact of Covid-19 on the school year.


The day for Matric results to be released is near and there are definitely Matrics out there who are shivering in their boots but no worries, there is always a Plan B. Careers Portal sat down to chat with Kristal Duncan-Williams, the Project Lead at Youth Capital on Matric results, matric rewrites and youth unemployment.


The matric results will be announced by the Basic Education Minister today and student organisation COSAS expects the 2020 matrics in Limpopo to perform well despite the challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. 


Basic Education's Minister, Angie Motshekga, will announce the Matric results today as they are set to be released. Learners will then be heading to schools for their Matric results statements tomorrow.


It's time for the Class of 2020 to receive their Matric results. We are all rooting for you! Although 2020 was a rough year for the Matrics filled with switch ups, they still managed to complete the school year. Here's how to receive your results by phone.


Matric results will be announced this afternoon while learners will head to schools tomorrow for their results. In light of this parents have been advised to check in with learners mental health as 2020 did prove to be a very difficult year for the matrics due to Covid-19. 


The Independent Examinations Board stated that it has recorded a slightly lower matric pass rate for 2020 than the rate achieved in 2019.

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