Education For All, a non-governmental organisation, says some learners in Limpopo have started mid-year exams without all their textbooks.
The organisation, which has taken up the court fight on behalf of affected schools, says it has received reports that some of the schools are receiving duplicates or wrong orders.
Meanwhile, spokesperson for the Department of Basic Education, Elijah Mhlanga, blames some schools for discrepancies. Mhlanga, points out that, “Some of the schools did their verifications very late; that's why it has taken long for the books that they requested to be delivered because the process is complex.”
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