Marks soared for matrics who wrote in secret exam camp

13 January 2020 - 06:10 By Prega Govender
Kelebogile Gaedie was 'quarantined' at an incubation centre outside Klerksdorp to avoid violent crime and service delivery protests. She bagged one distinction and passed with ease.
Kelebogile Gaedie was 'quarantined' at an incubation centre outside Klerksdorp to avoid violent crime and service delivery protests. She bagged one distinction and passed with ease.
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Irene Gaedie would have been proud of her daughter Kelebogile Gaedie’s matric results.

The 20-year-old was among 1,300 pupils from 10 high schools in crime-ridden townships who were whisked off to a secret exam camp to write their exams under tight security. Sadly, when she collected her results, her mother was not at home to share her joy.

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