South Africa’s 2017 Top Learners and Matric Results

The general 2017 Matric comes about were discharged on Thursday with the outcomes for understudies to take after on Friday.

Priest of Basic Education Angie Motshekga declared the outcome and uncovered that there was a slight increment in the pass rate for the class of 2017.

The 2017 NSC general pass rate, with the advanced students rejected, remains at 76.5%, a 0.3% change from the 76.2% accomplished in 2016.

With the advanced students incorporated, the general pass rate, remains at 75.1%, a 2.6% change from the 72.5% accomplished in 2016.

The best students were likewise regarded. A few understudies say they were amazed by being top achievers, others shared some of their prosperity.

Free State had the best pass rate of all territories while Limpopo and the Eastern Cape had the most reduced. However, curiously, the two regions with the most minimal pass rates and a portion of the best performing singular understudies.

One of the best students, Tumelo Mashigo, has desires of being president one day. As indicated by News24, he will go ahead to think about universal relations. He was cited as saying:

“I need to have any kind of effect, that is the reason I picked universal relations. The greater arrangement is to wind up leader of South Africa,” he said.

South Africa’s best matrics for 2017

Top Maths matrics:

1. Takalani Bambela (Limpopo)

2. Khodani Wonderful Nemalamamgwa (Limpopo)

3. Mogopodi Molusi (Nothern Cape)

Top Science matrics:

1. Timera Naidoo (KwaZulu-Natal)

2. Matthys Louis Carstens (Western Cape)

3. Erin Michael Solomons (Western Cape)

Top LSEN matrics:

1. Joshua Kelley Chetty (Gauteng)

2. Tumelo Mashigo (Gauteng)

3. Katlego Manone (Free State)

Top Math and Science matric:

1. Takalani Bambela (Limpopo)

2. Khodani Wonderful Nemalamamgwa (Limpopo)

3. Phikolomzi Mjikelwa (Eastern Cape)

Top matrics in quintile 1:

1. Reamohetse Mofitiso (Eastern Cape)

2. Boitumelo Ngoepe (Limpopo)

3. Thalentha Ngobeni (Mpumalanga)

Top matrics in quintile 2:

1. Siyanda Pikwa (Gauteng)

2. Musiwalo Kutama (Limpopo)

3. Takalani Bambela (Limpopo)

Top matrics in quintile 3:

1. Mandisa Xaba (KwaZulu-Natal)

2. Mphoentle Piliso (Eastern Cape)

3. Pikolomzi Mjikelwa (Eastern Cape)

Top matrics in quintile 4:

1. Anza Tshipetane (Limpopo)

2. Timera Naidoo (KwaZulu-Natal)

3. Marie-Tinka Olivier (North West)

Top matrics in quintile 5:

1. Janke van Dyk (Western Cape)

2. Matthys Carstens (Western Cape)

3. Joanna Smith (KwaZulu-Natal)

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