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The department of basic education says it will defend any attempt in court by the  SA Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) to halt the rewriting of leaked matric exam papers.

The union said in a sternly worded statement on Saturday that it was considering legal action against the department and Umalusi — the examinations quality assurer — over a decision to have all pupils who wrote the national senior certificate mathematics and physical science papers rewrite them because the question papers were leaked...

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