One student out of 650 passed their final exams at Vryburg school in South Africa
Only one leaner from a total of 650 students passed their final exams at Kgononyane High at Ganyesa village outside Vryburg in the North West. The department of education in North West has blamed incompetence and lack of discipline on the part of management for the poor situation at Kgononyane High School.
These include all students from Grade 7 to grade 11. Johannes Tselapedi, the MEC for education, met with Bophirima Region and provincial education officials to review the matter. The department has summoned school educators into a hearing which is due to start tomorrow, at Mafikeng. This has painted a bleak picture of the anticipated matric result for the school to be released in two weeks time.
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