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Plett Rage


Tests have been conducted on 1322 matrics from Gauteng who attended the recent Ballito Rage and the results weren't good! 984 of the tests came back positive - as did 32 of their contacts who were tested. The health department are still trying to track down the other 272 matrics who haven't been tested.


After the uproar of the Ballito Rage event held over the weekend we were first informed that the Plett Rage wouldn't be going ahead.  Organisers then issued a clarification a few hours later to say that it might go ahead. Now a the final word has been heard - and it isn't good news for those matrics hoping to celebrate the end of their exams - and their rewrites!


All Matric Rage Festival events are now being postponed after it was identified as a super spreader event by the country's Health Minister. This backlash comes after multiple attendees tested positive for the virus. However the organisers ahve said that the Plett Rage event may still go ahead if it receives the necessary permits.


The Department of Health has identified The Rage 2020 matric events around the country as Covid-19 super spreader events. Matrics are now being urged to get tested. 


It seems not even Corona can stop a good party. The matric class of 2020 has a tough exam season ahead of them and the Plett Rage team is hoping to come to the rescue by offering "the best celebration possible".

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