National Senior Certificate examination results. The Department of Basic Education has received representations from a vast array of organisations and individuals following the decision to stop the practice of publishing Certificate results on media platforms. In addition to this there is an urgent court application on the matter.
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In handling the matter the Department is guided by the need to comply with all the legal obligations but in the final analysis the Constitution commands the DBE to act in the best interest of the learner. In a quest to strike this delicate balance of complying with POPIA and act in the best interest of the learner, the Department has been engaged with a number of role players including the Information Regulator and the South African National Editors Forum (SANEF).
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In view of the latest developments with regards to the release of the 2021 Matric Results and the impending litigation, the Department has decided that it will abide by the decision of the Court. The Department has communicated its position to stakeholders it has engaged including SANEF and other parties.
Meanwhile the Department urges candidates to register on the DBE website to view their results when they become available. Candidates will have to go through a two-step verification process before receiving confirmation of their registration.
A 13-digit ID number and the examination number will be required for registration. The DBE website is zero-rated, which means it can be accessed whether you have data or not. Registration is now open! By lunch, today, more than 10,000 people had successfully registered.
For more information visit official website National Senior Certificate examination results