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The Rep - - EDITORIAL OPINION -

MA­TRIC ex­am­i­na­tions started last Mon­day and so The Rep in­tern Sapokazi Zongo took to the streets to source some mo­ti­va­tional mes­sages from the pub­lic and to find out if they think this year’s re­sults will be bet­ter than the pre­vi­ous year.

Asandile Kanayo from Lady Frere

Pupils need to know what they want so they can work to­wards a goal. I wish them all the best of luck and I hope they are pre­pared.

I do not think the re­sults will im­prove, I did not no­tice any ef­forts from either pupils or teach­ers.

Siphosethu Phantsi from Ez­i­be­leni

Ma­tric is the start to a bet­ter life. Per­se­vere and be pos­i­tive. Good luck.

Wanda Ram­ncwana from Ez­i­be­leni

I wish them all the best. It is not too late to study hard, get enough sleep and eat prop­erly. Most im­por­tantly they must avoid any dis­trac­tions com­ing for the whole ex­am­i­na­tion pe­riod. Their fu­ture is in their hands.

Ol­wethu Mgudlwa and Siph­e­sihle Khohli from Queen­stown

If they made it through grade eight to grade 11 - surely they will make it through grade 12. We wish them noth­ing but the best and they must al­ways re­mem­ber that with God every­thing is pos­si­ble.

Xoliseka Bunu from Mlungisi

All the best to the ma­tric­u­lants. We are hop­ing that you all pass, keep on pray­ing be­cause every­thing is pos­si­ble with God. I think the pass rate will in­crease, I have seen a lot of learn­ers study­ing hard.

OL­WETHU MGUDLWA AND SIPH­E­SIHLE KHOHLI

XOLISEKA BUNU

WANDA RAM­NCWANA

ASANDILE KANAYO

SIPHOSETHU PHANTSI

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