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Education department prepared for loadshedding- Motshekga

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Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says her department will work around the electricity crisis to ensure the matric exams run smoothly. This is mainly around subjects like ICT which requires a reliable energy source. Motshekga who addressed the media at the weekend, said that her department has created a timetable that accommodates the power cuts with some exam papers being written before or after scheduled outages.

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