Umalusi has approved the release of the matric results for last year.
The council for quality assurance in general and further education and training on Monday said it had successfully conducted the quality assurance of the management and administration of exit point examinations.
The results will be announced by minister of basic education Angie Motshekga next week.
Umalusi's CEO Dr Mafu Rakometsi said the council was deeply disappointed that the 2020 matric examinations were marred by the leakage of mathematics paper 2 and physical sciences paper 2 question papers.
"We appeal to all stakeholders involved in the examination process to refrain from engaging in such unscrupulous acts of dishonesty.
"Umalusi takes a dim view of paper leakages as they have the potential to compromise the integrity and credibility of the entire examination. It is also worth noting that there are serious consequences for those who are found guilty of such criminal activities, regardless of whether they are learners or officials," Rakometsi said.