Minister Motshekga announces NSC 2021 Matric results

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga on Thursday announced the results of the NSC 2021 Matric final exams.

JOHANNESBURG – Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga revealed on Thursday the results of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) 2021 Matric final exams, announcing a commendable pass rate of 76%.

The Class of 2021 faced unprecedented challenges due to the prolonged impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, enduring two years of disruptions and uncertainties.

Minister Motshekga acknowledged the exceptional circumstances that the Class of 2021 encountered, making particular note of the toll the pandemic had on their academic journey.

Despite the adversities, the pass rate of 76% reflects the resilience and efforts of the students.

“The class of 2021 was the most affected by COVID-19 because they had to endure two unrelenting years of exposure to the pandemic,” stated Minister Motshekga during the announcement.

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted traditional learning methods, leading to widespread adjustments and adaptations in the education sector globally.

Motshekga commends students

South Africa was no exception, and the Matric results underscore the adaptability and determination of the students who navigated through this challenging period.

Minister Motshekga commended the students, educators, and parents for their collective efforts in navigating the complexities brought about by the pandemic.

The pass rate is a testament to the resilience and commitment displayed by the education community in South Africa.

As the nation grapples with ongoing challenges posed by the pandemic, the Matric results offer a glimpse of hope and success, reflecting the tenacity of the students who persevered amid unprecedented disruptions.

The education sector continues to evolve to address the changing landscape, emphasizing the importance of adaptability and resilience in the face of unforeseen challenges.

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