The Presidency says President Jacob Zuma regrets the erroneous statement he made last month where he said Africa was the biggest continent on earth.
The Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) on Monday reiterated its call to members of the media to submit their entries for the 2016 SADC Media Awards Competition.
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi will visit various schools in the Vhembe District in Limpopo, where she will hand out tablets to the best performing schools as part of the Back to School campaign.
The Department of Basic Education has urged candidates wishing to write supplementary examinations to register immediately, as registration closes this Wednesday.
Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Jeff Radebe says the Cabinet approved amendments to national budget allocations to fund universities will not breach previously announced spending limits.
Government says it will reach out to its social partners, particularly business and organised labour, to build consensus on the collective actions required to stabilise the economy and build confidence in the face of a weakened outlook for the global economy and its domestic consequences.
President Jacob Zuma has appointed a Commission of Inquiry to look into the broader issues affecting the funding of higher education.
Deputy Minister in the Presidency Buti Manamela says R20 million has been set aside for 5 676 second chance opportunities for matrics who did not pass their 2015 finals.
National and provincial government leaders have this morning visited schools across the country to assess the state of readiness for the new school year and to wish learners well for 2016.