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LANGUAGE EXAMS WERE A BREEZE!
Frome left: Pupils Babalwa Mdanyana, Sanelisiwe Gasela, Namhla Nongalo and Zabathwa Vuzane enjoyed their Xhosa exam.  ~ 

THINGS went well for matric pupils who wrote African language exams yesterday.

  • Mpumalanga: Hendrick Chillie (18) from Senzangakhona Secondary School in Mandela Village, Kwamhlanga, said the Ndebele exam was easy.

Hendrick said: “I was prepared for it and I am going to pass with good marks.”

  • KwaZulu-Natal: Hlanganani Ngema (22) from Bhekabantu High School in Msinga, KZN Midlands, said he hoped to score more than 70% in his Zulu exam.

Hlanganani said: “The paper was exactly what I expected.”

  • Free State: Katleho Ramabolu (18) from Hodisa Technical High School said: “The Xhosa paper was challenging in the beginning but got easier as I continued.”
  • Eastern Cape: Pupils from St George’s Junior Secondary School in Mount Frere said they finished their Xhosa exam on time.

Pupil Babalwa Mdanyana said she did not experience any difficulties and enjoyed answering the questions from the word go.

Sanelisiwe Gasela said she felt confident she would get good marks because she was prepared and finished in good time.

From left: Katleho Ramabolu and Lafefe Ngwenze are expecting good marks.
Hendrick Chillie (left) said he aced his Ndebele exam.

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