Limpopo Education MEC, Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya on Monday morning visited the Taxila Secondary School to monitor the start of Final Matric exams. The province has over 94,000 fulltime candidates registered to sit for Grade 12 examinations this year.
The school in the Capricorn South Education District is one of the highly enrolled schools with 292 candidates writing this year.
MESSAGE OF SUPPORT AS FINAL MATRIC EXAMS COMMENCE
Meanwhile, the Limpopo Provincial Government has also sent a message of support to the Matric Class of 2023.
“On behalf of the Limpopo Provincial Government, I extend my warmest wishes and heartfelt congratulations to each and every one of you as you embark on this important journey of your matric year. This is a significant milestone in your academic journey,” said Premier Stanley Mathabatha.
“I want you to know that we are immensely proud of your dedication, hard work, and commitment to your studies. The matric year is a time of challenges, growth, and immense potential, and I have no doubt that you will rise to the occasion and excel in your examinations.
“As you navigate through this crucial time, I encourage you to stay focused, motivated, and resilient. Remember that success is not achieved overnight but through consistent effort, perseverance, and a positive mindset. Believe in your abilities, set goals, and work diligently towards achieving them,” he said in a message on Sunday.
FUTURE LEADERS GET READY FOR THE NEXT STAGE
“I also want to remind you that you are not alone in this journey. Your teachers, parents, and the entire Limpopo community are here to support and guide you every step of the way. Reach out to them for assistance, advice, and encouragement whenever you need it. Together, we will ensure that you have the necessary resources and opportunities to thrive academically.
“On behalf of the Limpopo Provincial Government, I wish you all the success, happiness, and fulfilment in your matric year and beyond. May your hard work be rewarded, and may you achieve the results you desire. Remember, you are the future leaders of our province. We have great faith in your abilities to make a positive impact on our society,” he added.
The exams will end on 5 December 2023.