Alleged lying principal results in 51 matriculants missing their exam

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A lying principal in Gauteng has resulted in more than 50 matriculants not showing up to write their exam this week. The principal allegedly lied about protest action, advising learners to not appear for the Economics paper 1. Its not been an easy road for the Matric class of 2022, with more than 1,000 candidates in Mpumalanga also missing their exam on Monday due to protests in the community.

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