Teen pregnancies deflate Bobonong exam results

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A high frequency of pregnancies among learners at Matshekge Hill School is one factor driving down exam performances in the Bobonong region, school heads have revealed.

At a meeting on Friday, called by parents into the performances at the school, Matshekge school head Babuluki Bajiti revealed that 11 cases of pregnancy had been registered between January and March this year alone.

In 2013, the school recorded 34 and in 2014 it had 32.

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