Ministry of Education busts exam syndicate

October 14, 2013, 5:30pm

Two men have been arrested in Windhoek after they were caught selling forged grade 10 and 12 examination papers to students.
The Minister of Education Dr David Namwandi has confirmed the latest development saying police are now at an advanced stage of totally destroying the exam syndicate.
Students, parents and even teachers have been conned into buying this year’s examination papers.
Said Namwandi, “The Ministry of Education is hands on and I wish to guarantee no leakage of the examination papers as we have done everything in our power to avoid loopholes. Anyone buying any document said to be an examination paper is not only conniving with criminals but is being robbed in broad daylight. The seller and the buyer will be arrested, in this case because some students are now focusing their energies on wrong examination papers and that is unfair. The police are working flat out to stop this syndicate and we may have few more arrests in future.”