The Basic Education Department says their policies for textbook delivery don't have a place in the court room.
Storm of opposition greets the government’s plan of ?‘one book per subject, per grade, per language’.
The basic education department will appeal a court ruling despite hundreds of pupils not having all their textbooks months into the school year.
The recent Limpopo textbook judgment could have been more helpful on the question of relief for the violation of rights.
Education activists have been advised to take their concerns on the delivery of textbooks to opposition parties, and not bother the courts.
Gayton McKenzie gets candid about Julius Malema, Jacob Zuma blames everyone else for Marikana, and Limpopo's textbook woes continue.
Have lessons from the 2012 textbook crisis led to reforms that will ensure it can't recur?
According to government, Section27's Limpopo textbook case is very close to being resolved and should not even have reached the high court.
In a controversial move Dickson Masemola, education minister for Limpopo, has been tipped to take over the province's premiership.
Many grade 11 pupils don’t have all their books but teachers have been told not to talk about it.
First National Bank's adverts calling for change in SA has been slammed by the ANC, with its youth league saying the campaign bordered on treason.
The state should only use public funds to put its view across if the media fails to do so, says Jacques du Preez.
The Limpopo saga has led many to lose sight of the larger curriculum picture.
Despite the the basic education department's claim that all textbooks had been delivered to Limpopo schools, Section27 says this is not the case.
EduSolutions executive director Moosa Ntimba tells the M& G's Victoria John and Bongani Nkosi why his company is not at fault for the textbook crisis.
Increasing legal cases highlight the department of education's failure to provide basic school infrastructure, Victoria John reports.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says her department has done all it can to help learners through a "really dramatic year" ahead of exams.
Basic education director general Bobby Soobrayan has blamed budgetary constraints and pupil data problems for the department's failures.