No cheating for us, say matriculants

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Eastern Cape matriculants have made a commitment not to cheat during their final-year exams, while the department of education said they have put in place all security measures to ensure no exam papers gets leaked.

Eastern Cape matriculants have made a commitment not to cheat during their final-year exams. Picture: RANDELL ROSKRUGE

About 200 matriculants from nine schools in the province signed a pledge on behalf of the 105 000 matriculants in the province.

They committed themselves to upholding the principles of honesty and integrity in the 2017 final exams by complying with all the rules and regulations of the National Senior Certificate examinations.

The pledging ceremony attended by senior officials from the department of education teacher union leaders was held today at St Thomas Private School in King William’s Town.

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