Limpopo Education MEC Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya has expressed her confidence in the 2023 Matric Class with five days remaining before the start of the exams.

MEC Lerule-Ramakhanya recently led the learner support programs in all the Districts in Limpopo.

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She says learners and educators in all grades got support since the beginning of the year to prepare for examinations.

The intervention strategies from the department included Saturday classes, Enrichment Camps, and accountability sessions for poor-performing schools and circuits.

The Province has over 94 000 candidates registered to sit for final matric exams this year. Vhembe East has the Highest number of candidates followed by Capricorn South with Waterberg registering the lowest number of candidates.

The countdown to Matric was held in Mopani East, 30 days before the start of the final exams. The Matric Final Push Programme was held in Lephalale at Mabalane Seleka Technical High School. 13 days ahead of the first paper.

Limpopo Education MEC Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya has expressed her confidence in the 2023 Matric Class with five days remaining before the start of the exams.
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MEC MAVHUNGU LERULE-RAMAKHANYA THROWS HER CONFIDENCE BEHIND LIMPOPO 2023 MATRIC CLASS

MEC Lerule-Ramakhanya addressed just over 400 matric learners from five different schools currently in the camp.

The final support activation was held in Vhembe West, Makhado EMPC where over 1000 learners from three circuits were part of the pledge signing. The signing of the pledge nine days before the start of the examination was a reminder to candidates to abide by the Examination Laws and rules.

“The MEC is once again pleading with parents to give maximum support to the candidates and must not burden them with domestic chores,” said the department.

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MEC Lerule-Ramakhanya says all stakeholders and the entire community must ensure that loud music, festivals and social gatherings are suppressed for the duration of the exams to give candidates ample time to study and focus. The call is extended to Liquor outlets owners and taxi drivers to mute the sound. In support of over 94 000 candidates from the other grades who will also start with their exams in November.