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The annual quiz encourages high school pupils to test their knowledge of the news published in the Cape Argus. The competition will put 40 questions to the teams at each quiz round, with teams scoring five points for every correct answer, but losing three points for anything they get wrong.
The winning team will receive R3 000 for each team member and R35000 for their school. The top two teams will then go on to compete in the National High Schools Quiz against teams from across the country.
This year there will be two weeks of round robin stages instead of four, with the round robins expected to take place on April 23 and May 6. Pupils will be quizzed on two weeks’ worth of stories in the newspaper. The first round robin study material will be from the Cape Argus newspaper published between April 8 to 18.