Yet more chaos at home economics exams

As the examinations crisis continues to rage, home economics students in Gaborone junior community secondary schools have revealed that they had to beg for ingredients from teachers' living quarters to do practicals for their examinations.

In an interview yesterday, a Form Three student accompanied by her teachers at a certain school said that she had to run around the teachers' living quarters looking for morogo wa Setswana or bean leaves after discovering that the ingredient was not available.

Speaking on conditions of anonymity, she said that normally a shopping list is drawn in advance and given to teachers involved in the examinations. The teachers would then go and buy everything that has been listed so that individual students will be able to prepare dishes they have indicated on their menu cards.

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