. The Minister should consider reprioritising part of the uncommitted discretionary funds from the SETAs to support other skills development priorities, especially where there is a greater need for funding to access post-school education and training; in particular the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) to augment the budget shortfall for the 30 percent upfront payment to the universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges to cover the meals, accommodation, transport and book allowances of students; . The Minister should ensure that both the SETAs develop, implement and monitor action plans to address all the AG's findings and progress be reported to the Minister and the Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training; . The Minister should ensure that SETAs do not pay out performance bonuses to their employees while the key strategic objectives and core targets are not achieved; . The Department should monitor and evaluate performance of the SETAs to ensure that they deliver as per the Service Level Agreement (SLA) entered into; . The filling of vacant funded posts in both the SETAs should be prioritised as a matter of urgency; . The SETAs should pursue civil claims against employees who unduly benefited from contravening the supply chain management policies; . Services SETA should address the backlog of outstanding certificates in the current financial year; and . SETA's targets should be linked with SSPs of their relevant sectors and should be realistic.