The South African Democratic Teachers Union has given Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga seven days to act on the Limpopo textbooks report.
The deputy minister of finance has admitted that the controversial newspaper advert placed by the department of basic education was ill-conceived.
One of the task team's recommendations is an investigation into basic education director general Bobby Soobrayan for his role in the delay.
The education authority must set up a remedial programme for pupils who did not get textbooks.
Rector Jonathan Jansen says government can't deny that there's a crisis in education when it only works for a small section of middle-class children.
While parts of the dispute between the department of education and Section27 have been settled, three big issues will still be decided upon this week.