Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Department of Basic Education sends warning to matrics

By Lelethu Mquqo
20 October 2010

The Department of Basic Education has warned all matric students who may be tempted to cheat in their exams which start next week, not to even consider it.

Departmental spokesperson Granville Whittle says any student caught cheating will be banned from re-writing the exam for three years.

Not only that, cheats will also be criminally charged.

Whittle warned that strict security measures were put in place to fight cheating.

In Mpumalanga, where five papers were leaked before the exams last year, the national department has taken over the management of the process.


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