The KwaZulu-Natal Education Department says it is satisfied with the progress of the matric examination in the province.
The examination has entered its third week now with 55 000 eligible candidates writing different papers.
On Monday, candidates are writing Physical Science Paper Two in the morning and Computer Application Technology in the afternoon.
Spokesperson for the department in the province, Muzi Mahlambi says, “As the Department of Education in KwaZulu-Natal, we are happy in the manner in which exams are running. We wrote Physical Science Paper One on Friday in the morning session. Today (Monday) at 09h00, we wrote Physical Science Paper Two which is Chemistry and we are closing the day with Computer Application Technology which is Paper Two. So far everything is going in accordance to our plan. We have had no challenges in terms of irregularities and we wish that it stays the same all the way.”