Limpopo's better-off schools are reeling after the province opted to stop suppling study materials.
The Pretoria high court has ruled that government violated the right to basic education by failing to deliver textbooks to all Limpopo schoolchildren.
Basic Education for All has asked for a court order to force Limpopo education authorities to deliver all textbooks to the schools by June 6.
Section 27 is taking the Limpopo education department back to court over a failure to deliver textbooks to thousands of pupils again.
According to a newspaper report, some Limpopo schools have still not received textbooks.
Limpopo's education department says it is investigating a report that a student has been awarded a tender to supply food to the province's schools.
Section27 has applauded the department of basic education on the state of textbook deliveries in Limpopo for the 2014 academic year.
Meals are back in 11 Limpopo schools after legal action, but the lost teaching time worries principals.
Despite government's national school feeding scheme, pupils at Tshinavhe Secondary School have been left hungry, says rights organisation Section27.
Pupils in Limpopo will have textbooks in time for the 2014 academic year, says education MEC Dikeledi Magadzi.
Umalusi says it is concerned about the running of matric exams in Limpopo and the Eastern Cape, where departments are under administration.
It's literally a case of the blind leading the blind at the crumbling Setotolwane special-needs school.
An interim report into the alleged non-delivery of textbooks was being compiled and would soon be presented to Parliament, the SAHRC has said.
The DA hopes to deliver more than 600 letters to President Jacob Zuma from Limpopo pupils, asking him to provide better resources for their education.
Watch our video where we take you behind the Limpopo education scandal linked to Julius Malema, which we revealed in the M&G today.
Be brave in the face of intimidation by education officials, civil society told teachers, principals and governing body members at a Limpopo workshop.
Limpopo's textbook debacle continues to dominate headlines. We take a look at how the crisis has unfolded.
The education ministry was informed EduSolutions's contract was in breach of various regulations before using it as a supplier for school textbooks.
Despite assurances that the education department would meet a high court ordered deadline, some Limpopo schools are still without textbooks.