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EDUCATION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM


Thabo Mofutsanyana Education District

MAKING EDUCATION OUR PRIORITY

TI LEBONE


(Senior Education Specialist)

Matric Results: Story of Frank Letsheleha


Frank Letseleha experienced many tragedies including his mother's death two weeks before he sat for his matric exams, but he still made it as one of the 100 top achievers in the Free State. the province was also announced as the top performing province the 2016 matric results. Letseleha is 18, and partially blind, attended Thiboloha School for the Deaf and  Blind in QwaQwa in Thabo Mofutsanyane district. The biggest tragedy was just two weeks before I started writing my final examinations my mother passed away. " I had so many questions that I could not answer. I asked myself what did I do to deserve the situation I was facing," said Letseleha who believes that his mothes's heart gave in following the deaths in the family. He said he only listening to music and could not study. But after seeing a psychologist he began to heal and concentrated better."By the time I wrote exams I had already started healing, I could cope." He said that what also helped him was that he had studied hard at the beginning of the year. Letseleha passed with a bachelor's pass after obtaining 70% and above for all his subjects. He was among the top pupils who were honoured in a provincial announcement. he was named as the top performing pupil from a special needs school in the province. His school achieved a pass mark of 71.4%. " It's by God's grace that I managed to be in the top 100. " His words of advice to the Class of 2017, especially those who might find themselves in a difficult situation, was that they must not believe in luck but work hard. Letseleha is going to study teaching at the University of the Free State QwaQwa campus. -Source: (Bulkmailer 09 January 2017: Media Analysis Report)