The mayor of Tshwane felicitates the matric class of 2022

Executive Mayor of the City of Tshwane Randall Williams congratulates the matric class of 2022, stating that the pass rate has increased from 2021.

“On behalf of the City of Tshwane, I’d like to extend my heartfelt congratulations to the matriculants of 2022 for achieving an overall pass rate of 80.1%.”

“This is up from 76.4 percent in 2021,” added Williams.

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“The Class of 2022 endured Grades 10, 11, and 12, studying during a challenging period that included the COVID-19 pandemic and escalating load shedding,” Williams added.

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The mayor of Tshwane stated that despite the obstacles, matriculants have demonstrated their tenacity.

“At the national level, every province earned a pass rate above the 70% threshold. We admire their perseverance and dedication in this area.”

I’d also want to congratulate our very own Tshwane South District and Gauteng North District for being the fourth- and fifth-best performing districts, with respective scores of 89.0% and 87.7%.

Williams commended the teachers, school administration, and parents for their dedication and support in promoting the students’ education.

“This is not the end for the students who did not attain their targeted scores. There are plenty additional ways to reach your objectives and improve your performance.”