The Western Cape Education Department has warned Grade 12 learners to be extra careful, as they are slowly nearing their Matric-examinations. Today marks ten days until the main matric exams begin on 5 November, with MEC Debbie Schafer warning students to keep themselves safe, to avoid contracting covid-19. According to the exam protocol from the Department of Basic Education, a learner who tests positive for Covid-19, will not be able to write their exams, while they are recovering from the illness. They will need to write their exams next year in May/June next year. - Smile 90.4FM

The Western Cape Education Department has warned Grade 12 learners to be extra careful, as they are slowly nearing their Matric-examinations. Today marks ten days until the main matric exams begin on 5 November, with MEC Debbie Schafer warning students to keep themselves safe, to avoid contracting covid-19. According to the exam protocol from the Department of Basic Education, a learner who tests positive for Covid-19, will not be able to write their exams, while they are recovering from the illness. They will need to write their exams next year in May/June next year.