PUPILS from Klwana Combined School in Nq-uthu Rural, KZN told Daily Sun they are confident they have done well in their Zulu paper.
Speaking to Daily Sun yesterday, Linda Hadebe (16) said the paper was easy as they had prepared well.
“It was not challenging at all. We had enough time for revision,” he said.
“Some may think because it is a home language paper there is no need to revise a lot, but that is not how we viewed it. We gave it serious attention like other papers.”
He said out of the 80 marks for the paper he was expecting no less than 70.
Nongcebo Ntombela (21), a pupil at the same school, said the paper was not a problem.
“We thank our teachers for being very helpful and giving us the time we needed. They treated Zulu with
the same seriousness as maths and science.
“We will pass with flying colours,” she said. She was expecting to get 65 marks out of the possible 80.