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Ways to get your matric results


Ways to get your matric results

2020 has a been challenging year for everyone and that included the matric of 2020. Now that the academic year of basic education has been concluded, it’s time to prepare yourself for the results and knows if you’re going to university, university of technology, or TVET college(or any other college). Many learners are worried about how they can possibly get their results delivered to them or be in a position to know their results. Here are the few ways we have discovered how one can get their results.How to get your results

  • Using the SABC and SABC education platforms:

Read more on it here: http://www.sabceducation.co.za/campaigns/4850-sabc-education-launches-the-2020-matric-results-services-2

Register on our mobile services to receive your 2020 Matric Results.


  • SMS your exam number to 45856
  • The system verifies the Exam number; your exam number must be correct in order to be accepted.
  • Learners will be charged R1.50 per SMS, free SMS’s do not apply


  • Dial *120*45856# enter exam number to register
  • You will be charged R1.50 per minute
  • Results will be sent to your phone once they are available
  • Go to the high school you’re registered at on 23 February 2021. Results should be available from 12 pm.
  • Send your ID number and exam number to the SMS number 35658. Both numbers must have 13 digits to be accepted by the system and there is a once-off cost of R3.00 to register. Once registration is completed, results will be delivered by SMS when they are released.
  • You have the option of using the USSD any time from today, by dialing *120*35658#. After answering multiple questions, enter your ID number. You’ll receive your results per subject after you’ve completed the process. You’ll have the option to opt-in or out to comply with the Protection of Personal Information Act. USSD rates apply.
  • On 23 February 2021 names of successful candidates will be published in newspapers. You’ll need to know your exam number, which will be used instead of your name in the newspaper’s publication.

On 22 February 2021 Angie Motshekga, the Minister of Basic Education, will announce the national results and provincial performance.

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