Lesufi to visit matric exam marking centre

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The Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi wants matriculants to find a different way of celebrating after writing their final exams. Lesufi is discouraging pens-down parties which often end in tragedy.?

The Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi wants matriculants to find a different way of celebrating after writing their final exams. Lesufi is discouraging pens-down parties which often end in tragedy.?

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The Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi wants matriculants to find a different way of celebrating after writing their final exams. Lesufi is discouraging pens-down parties which often end in tragedy.?

The Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi wants matriculants to find a different way of celebrating after writing their final exams. Lesufi is discouraging pens-down parties which often end in tragedy.?

JOHANNESBURG - Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi will on Thursday visit the examination marking centre at Horskool Kempton Park.

Over 800,000 pupils sat for this year&39;s matric exams.

Lesufi recently visited matriculants participating in the Secondary Schools Intervention Programming and an exam centre when they first wrote their papers.

Over 44,000 people will be marking over 10 million answer sheets.

Matric results for private schools will be released later in December with public schools matric result coming out in early January.