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To the Matric Class of 2022?

By Mzukona Mantshontsho

The country is aware of the inequalities in our education system, we have those learners that have been studying without any interruptions during this national lockdown. Do not let your circumstances draw you back.

Do your best!

  • Invite God to walk with you in your life journey and schoolwork,
  • Unite as classmates and help each other, you can never know everything,
  • Remember your family background and use that as a motivation to get your priorities right,
  • Pass your Preliminary examinations, all the marks count,
  • Write your FINAL Examinations and Pass!
  • Do away with peer pressure; choose the learners you want to associate with, Peer pressure will not get the work done!

We can make a fresh start and turn over a new leaf as a society. We can open a new calendar with pages that have nothing written on them yet. The year ahead is full of possibilities and potential! We can leave the old behind and dream of new adventures and new memories. Such excitement and freshness are available to all of us.

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