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MBABANE – Once again, Kobe-Ramokgadi is among the shining schools under the International School Certificate (ISC).

upils from the prestigious Ezulwini-based private school obtained distinctions, with a 96.07 per cent. This was revealed by Pat Tsela, the head teacher of the school. He stated that the COVID-19 pandemic reshaped the teaching method and that they had to utilise an online platform to continue the lessons in a bid to complete the syllabus.

“Our 2022 group surely have worked hard as they scored a 96 per cent pass rate, with an outstanding performance by Tengwedze Vilakati and Luyandza Tsabedze,” stated Tsela. The two pupils excelled in the three countries Namibia, Eswatini and Mozambique for Business Studies.

Tsela revealed that the school achieved 33 ISC merits, 16 ISC diplomas and two do not qualify (DNQ).
Further, the head teacher stated that the school prides itself and was optimistic that the year ahead would yield even much better results. He said the school had support and encouragement from the pupils’ parents. “We truly appreciate their contributions and encouragements,” he stated.

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