Umalusi has given the go ahead for the release of the results.
Wrote at the end of last year and left wondering? Unisa has provided some answers, again.
The DBE states that the seven markers were already ill when they arrived to work.
The 14 million Matric scripts are being worked on by 45 000 markers.
Department of Basic Education is challenging aspects of last week’s rewrite judgement, but maintains that no Matrics will have to rewrite leaked exams.
Matric students and their support systems have just seven days to go.
The second week of Matric exams is now over, but many students have contracted the coronavirus.
The Department of Basic Education outlines how COVID-19-positive Matrics can write their exams.
The DBE espouses more advice to the Matric class writing during the pandemic.
The Department of Basic Education has provided details for Matrics who are sick when exams start tomorrow.
Social distancing during exams will be cut down from 2 metres.
Certain Unisa students will be forced to use machine learning IRIS software, and the university is backing it.
For the October / November exam period those at Unisa can use these contact details.
Free data will be provided to all Unisa to allow them to complete their exams.
After a rocky trial in May / June, online exams will become the new norm at Unisa.
Minister Angie Motshekga confirms that local universities will extend 2020’s academic year to February 2021 to cope with late release of Matric results.
Launched by the Department of Basic Education, Woza Matrics will begin airing on 1st September as part of a plan to assist those preparing for exams.
284 789 Unisa students were admitted and 206 700 have written one or more exams.