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Matric Paper Leaked

Nov 16, 2020

By Naadiya Adams

The Department of Basic Education has confirmed that there has been an exam paper leak.

In a statement released by the department, it says the Matric Mathematics paper two was leaked on Monday morning.

“The origins of the leak are not clear as yet but the matric candidates, who had access to the question paper appear to be located in the Limpopo and Gauteng provinces,” read the statement.

According to the department a team has been formed to investigate the circumstances around the breach.

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