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Poor maths, science results dampen ICT prospects

Less than half of the 2015 matrics who wrote the maths exam have achieved a pass rate.

1:40

Failed matric students get a second chance

A support programme initiated by the education department gives learners a second chance to obtain their National Senior Certificate.

2:50
Oct 31, 2014

Govt fails to halt maths, science slump

The consistently declining number of students taking the key subjects bodes ill for the ICT skills pool.

2:50
Apr 2, 2012

Dinaledi performance declines

The number of learners passing mathematics and physical science at government's flagship schools is decreasing.

1:40
Feb 27, 2012

UniForum boosts matric IT

Over 5 000 learners studying IT for matric will receive support materials from Mindset Learn.

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Dimension Data pupils maintain 100% pass rate

The company honours the achievements of pupils attending its Saturday School Programme.

1:30
Jan 7, 2011

Maths, science marks lag

Less than half the students who wrote mathematics and science last year passed with more than 30%.

2:20
May 24, 2006

Student monitoring system planned

SITA is planning to implement a system that will allow the education department to monitor South African students' performance.

2:00
Feb 6, 2006

Top matrics win notebooks

South Africa`s top 18 matric pupils have been awarded new notebooks in recognition of their achievements.

2:20
Oct 15, 2003

IT boost for SA tourism

A new company, Tourism Multimedia International, has been signed into being to develop information systems for the tourism industry in SA.

2:00
Jan 31, 2000

ECnet reports successful Matric results Web site

ECnet has reported that its Matric Web site, www.matric.co.za, has been a huge success, serving over three million pages to date.

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Oct 21, 1998

South African Matrics go surfing just weeks before finals

With only a few weeks to go before final examinations, matric students can look for help at a new educational site, William Smith`s Learning Channel Online (www.learn.co.za), which goes live this week. The site has been co-developed by Channel Campus, Liberty Life and M-Web, and offers matric students and teachers free access to past exam papers, online syllabus and revision questions.

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