Capricorn South District, the current leader of the pack in Limpopo’s grade12 class of 2021 results, is working with aplomb to achieve 85% pass rate this year, up by 11,2%.
This is according to the district director Tinyiko Nkuzana who profusely pleaded with the principals she gathered at Laerskool Pietersburg in Polokwane recently (March 18) to maintain the glory. Capricorn South District should move up from 73.8% to at least 85% in 2022, she advised.
Nkuzana saluted the performing principals for honouring the invitation to appear in person before her, even though it was school holidays.
“The 2021 results did not come cheap. We can’t act as if you don’t sacrifice, some of you don’t even have weekends, some camp with the learners. I really say thank you very much,” she said before feeding them beef, chicken, pap, water, soft drinks and water.
“More delicacies and more water await you if you reach the 85% or more target in the grade 12 class of 2022,” Nkuzana added to the amusement of principals and some circuit managers who packed the hall.