2014 Matric results ─ North West Province ranked no. 2

Minister of  Basic Education Angie Motshekga has announced the National and provincial results  on the 5 January 2015. She said the department is very proud of the results as  the Class of 2014 was the first group to write the final CAPS-aligned examinations for the National Senior Certificate.

NW districts that performed above 80% are: North West – Bojanala Platinum District 86.2%  – Dr K Kaunda  83.8%  – Ngaka M Molema 87.0%. North West has achieved 84.6%, down from 87.2%, and representing a decline of 2.6 percentage points for the 2014 matric class.

Provincial results
Photo: by eNCA, 2014 Matric Provincial results

The National Pass Rate for the Class of 2014 is 75,8 percent, and sadly had a drop of 2,4 percentage points compared to 78.2% in 2013. According to Department of Basic Education out of the total number of learners who wrote the NSC examination in 2014, 150 752 (28.3%) qualified for admission to Bachelor studies. However, 135 943 candidates qualify for supplementary exams.

Speech delivered at the Announcement of the 2014 NSC Examinations Results by Mrs Angie Motshekga, Minister of Basic Education: 05 January 2015, Auckland Park



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  1. Hi goodluck for nw .2014 results.welldone.my comments I waspart of 2014 matric upgrade.but I never get results of may “june.my I’d 7204160657087.exam centreb5154 and reg nob9142515413246.


    1. Hi Samuel

      Please visit the nearest Department of Education office, I’m not quite your sure where you are located. The Department of Education office near you will be able to assist you. Alternatively, contact the NW exam office – 018 388 0825.



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