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Basic education minister Angie Motshekga says a law governing the protection of personal information that came into force in 2021 means that matric results will no longer be published on public media platforms, as has been previously the case.

Student bodies have long called for the state to refrain from publishing results of individuals on public platforms, saying that it contributes to depression and suicide...

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