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Applications to register for the Second Chance Programme are currently open. The programme aims to help those learners who did not pass their National Senior Certificate or Extended Senior Certificate. Below you may find more about this program.


Another chance is now upon us as the Department of Basic Education opens registrations for Matric rewrites for November. The closing date is looming so register now!


If you have written the matric rewrite examinations in May/June of 2021 and you’re wondering how you could access your results, keep reading to find out.


Worried that you cannot further your studies because you failed Matric? Maybe you are concerned that you won’t be able to apply for a job without a Matric certificate. Well, keep reading to get some answers. 


The Department of Basic Education has now released the results for the 2020 Matric exam rewrites, also known as the Second Chance Matric Programme. Over 230 000 candidates sat for this round of Matric exams.


Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, has announced that matric rewrites will continue despite school closures. Motshekga was speaking at a media briefing in Free State during an update on the sector's efforts to combat Covid19.


Youth Capital wants to help solve the main challenges that face South Africa's youth with work that expands far greater than this. Kristal Duncan-Williams from Youth Capital explained what Youth Capital is and what they do.


To those who are in matric or rewriting matric and wondering the what the different types of matric passes mean or how to get we have the answers for you. Here is what the different matric passes means, how to get them and what you can do with them. 


Do you want that Degree but need to improve your grades first? The Matric second chance programme is an opportunity to better your Matric results and future! Applications are now open!


The Second Chance Matric Programme is everything you need to rewrite you matric exams. Rewriting matric can be lonely and difficult but, there are many Second Chance Programmes to assist you with your studies. 


Covid-19 and the resulting National Lockdown has put an even brighter spotlight on school dropouts as the dropout rate in the country only gets worse. This comes at a time where learners returning to class full-time is being considered.


A Policy Analyst at Youth Capital discusses a research paper about a quarter of a million young people working towards a national senior certificate. The research paper was written by Youth Capital and Stellenbosch University's Research on Social and Economic Policy.

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