What do you think about ...
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