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Examination Instruction 23 of 2020 – Re-write of LOCAT

Re-write of Common Assessment Task (CAT) for Life Orientation (LO) - LOCAT: Grade 12 NSC 2020 Link: Examination Instructions
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MEC MATSEMELA MONITORS THE FIRST DAY OF GRADE 12 EXAMINATIONS

In this year's Grade 12 examinations learners were compelled to write while wearing masks. The number of learners in the examinations classrooms were reduced to comply with the Covid - 19 regulations.
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Extension of the closing date for application of Funza Lushaka Bursary 2020/21

Brochure Funza 2020 Teacher Recruitment Screening Form 2020 FUNZA LUSHAKA BURSARY PROGRAMME APPLICATION FORM 2020
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“WE BELIEVE IN YOU!”- MEC MATSEMELA SENDS GOOD WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 2020

"We believe in you. We're behind you, cheering you on to the finish line. Give it everything you’ve got – you’re nearly there – and know that whatever happens next, you’ve got what it takes for an amazing life. Your final grades are the gateway to the bright future ahead of you. All the best!", Matsemela echoed...
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NORTH WEST EDUCATION PRAYING FOR SMOOTH RUNNING OF FINAL EXAMINATIONS

The primary purpose for the prayer is that after teachers have played their part of teaching and revising with learners, divine intervention is a sought after pillar to connect to the Almighty for guidance in the examinations...
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CONSTRUCTION OF HUHUDI PRIMARY SCHOOL ON THE CARDS

The sod-turning ceremony which is the sign for construction of a school, brought smiles and confidence to the Huhudi Extension 25 residents. The new settlement in Vryburg informally called "Colour Block" didn't have a school and learners were subjected to attend school in the old location by means of scholar transport...
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MEC MATSEMELA TO CONDUCT A SOD – TURNING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF HUHUDI PRIMARY SCHOOL

The Huhudi Primary school will get a new construction of 24 classrooms, administration block, school hall, Grade R block, etc.
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NW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DISTANCE ITSELF FROM JOB ADVERTS CIRCULATING ON SOCIAL MEDIA

We wish to put it on record that, as the department of Education we distance ourselves from those adverts circulating on social media platforms. We would like to advise everyone who has seen those messages to ignore them and regard them as fake news.
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