A word from the Kwetso Foundation Chairperson, Mr. Gideon Mahlangu

Another remarkable triumph achieved by the matric class of 2021. Having struggled academically for over two formidable years from 2020, when the covid-19 pandemic initially attacked and materially disrupt the academic calendar, disadvantaging to a large extent a lot of learners, particularly those in the rural and under-developed areas who were without needed resources to cope with studying.

The class of 2021 has demonstrated a robust academic assertion to deliver such good outcomes. These results were not expected, given the challenges they have faced. They have immensely wrestled for two years during the covid-19 pandemic, struggling to study and also cope socially with what was going on.

Kwetso Foundation would like to congratulate the matric class of 2021, for the outstanding results they have achieved given the circumstances. We also extend our support and encouragement to all learners who did not pass, due to common struggles that were exacerbated by the covid-19 pandemic.

A huge appreciation goes to teachers and parents who have extended themselves and stood firm against all difficulties to see the learners through.

The solidarity that was leveraged by teachers, parents and learners have shown that nothing is impossible when united.

Kwetso Foundation would like to wish all learners prosperity and success in all their endeavours.

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