Former Eastern Cape matrics hang on to thousands of government tablets

Now the department will have to buy new ones for this year's matrics or totally abolish a programme initially billed at R160m, but which had already ballooned to more than R400m by June

Thousands of matric pupils given 55,000 government tablets in a controversial deal in 2020 are refusing to return them...

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