Teachers unions concerned about impact of loadshedding on exams

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Teacher unions have expressed concern about the impact of loadshedding on the upcoming matric examinations.

South Africa is currently going through one of its worst years of loadshedding.

Public and private schools are expected to begin with the end-of-the-year grade twelve exams later this month.

Schools in Gauteng are also facing the challenge of water challenges.

In KwaZulu-Natal, communities and schools are still recovering from the impact of the floods in April.

Written by: Keenan Williams

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