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The pledge compels and demands learners to be honest.
Mpumalanga matriculants are today signing a pledge of good conduct as exams draws nearer.
The pledge is called a ‘National Senior Certificate Pledge of Good Conduct’, the promise not to cheat or copy is signed in fact in all South African schools on Friday.
The 2018 National Senior Certificate exams begin on 22 October 2018 and ends on 28 November.
There are over 58 000 matriculants in the Mpumalanga province and this year’s examination will take place in 555 centres.
Departmental spokesman Jasper Zwane said the pledge compels and “demands learners to be honest, avoid cheating, copying, accepting assistance from or providing it to one another during the exams”.
(edited by ZK)
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