Thyolo Police Warns Learners on PSLC Exams Cheating
Police in Thyolo have sent a warning to Standard 8 learners against cheating in the forthcoming Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PSLCE) examinations slated for 13 through 15 July 2022.
Representing Officer In-charge, Tinerson Tsamikuta, has advised the learners to prepare well and desist from using reference materials (Jeke/Likasa) during exams.
"Never dare to cheat to avoid being arrested and distort your future," Tsamikuta warned.
He was speaking at Mpinji Primary School today where Station's community policing coordinator Austin Nsiyamphanje has also implored on the learners especially girls to avoid early marriages and teenage pregnancies during the holiday.
"You should not go for early marriages or get pregnancies during the holiday especially you girls," said Nsiyamphanje.
Suwedi Kalowa, Headteacher for Mpinji Primary School is confident his learners are ready to pass with flying colors and get selected to national secondary schools.