MATRIC RESULTS | Claim your fame and you could win R10,000

Register now to receive your results

The 2020 matric results are being released in February.
The 2020 matric results are being released in February.
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It’s been a year unlike any other faced by a matric class in SA. The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted schooling in so many ways, but still you’ve done the hard work and reached the exams.

Now it’s time to claim your well-deserved fame by registering on our matric results website, brought to you in partnership with Stadio Higher Education, the specialist in contact learning and distance learning in SA.

Stadio has brought together four prestigious institutions – Southern Business School, Embury Institute for Higher Education, Lisof and Prestige Academy – with more than a century's collective experience in providing quality, affordable higher education. It offers more than 50 accredited qualifications across five faculties and 10 campuses via contact, distance and blended learning. Read more here.

How to register

If you wrote matric in 2020, click on right now to sign up – it's quick and easy.  

There is even a cash prize of R10,000 up for grabs for one lucky matriculant!

When the results are released in February – a bit later than usual due to the pandemic – we will email you an alert so you can find your results on our website alongside a bunch of fascinating information about the performance of your school and province, for example.

You can only register a profile until February 22 2021 – the day before most of the country's National Senior Certificate results are released.

When will you get your results?

  • IEB results: February 19 2021
  • National Senior Certificate results for all provinces except Western Cape: 6am on February 23 2021
  • National Senior Certificate results for Western Cape: After 12pm on February 23 2021

So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to claim your matric fame.

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