For millions of South African students, the academic year has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Schools across South Africa will open on June 1 in a phased approach, starting with grades 12 and 7. However, strict social distancing measures will prevent most sporting and cultural extracurricular activities from taking place, and some parents may decide to keep their children at home altogether. Students who have set their sights on top universities, both locally and overseas, must demonstrate innovation in order to stand out and build impressive application portfolios.
The 2020 Matric class never anticipated the shock that trapped them, they thought is will be a normal year, normal class and normal exam. Learners never thought there will be weeks of no school, no teaching and no group studies since the South Africa is under a lock down.