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Sabinet proudly supports equal rights for women in the workplace

Aug 8th, 2022

Gender equality is a basic human right, yet progress towards equal rights for women remains elusive globally.

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Preserving news in a digital age

Aug 3rd, 2022

There’s only one way to research news, says Sabinet, home to a most impressive portfolio of South African news and digital archives. Sabinet’s News Research Services is an important resource in the Sabinet portfolio of products, with a focus on current and historical news dating back to 1977.

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Sabinet Bill Tracker – Stay up to date on all parliamentary bills

Jul 11th, 2022

Sabinet’s Bill Tracker service provides you with a chronological interpretation of the progress of each bill in parliament.

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Sabinet’s instant online access to South African legislation

Jul 6th, 2022

Laws governing a country are never static. Legislation is the backbone of a society. It enforces the rights and responsibilities of individuals and authorities. As society changes, so must the law, it needs to constantly improve and be amended in line with what works and what does not.

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Why Sabinet’s Bill Tracker is so important

Jul 1st, 2022

Sabinet’s extensive daily research across all sources of Parliamentary information ensures that the Bill Tracker service is up-to-date and accurate.

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Sabinet NetLaw – A much more efficient way to access South African legislation

Jun 3rd, 2022

Sabinet Discover gives you access to information that is current, relevant, authoritative, accurate, and purposeful.

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Sabinet’s NetLaw services are free to all public universities – Knowledge is power, when it is shared.

Apr 12th, 2022

Sabinet is proud to announce that its National Legislation service – NetLaw available on Sabinet Discover will now be free to all public universities in South Africa.

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Check before you ACT

Feb 24th, 2022

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) on 10 February 2022 highlighted some key issues requiring attention. Most notable were his commitment to cut red tape constraining business, to boost infrastructure investment and to continue with reform.

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LIASA 2021 – Thembi Mathenjwa — A library changemaker and creative community collaborator

Oct 28th, 2021

Countrywide, the pandemic forced libraries and librarians into new ways of working, pushing them to find ways of creatively engaging with their communities.

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Keep track on the future of the country’s cannabis industry

Sep 8th, 2021

On 26 August 2021, South African government unveiled its master plan for the future of the country’s cannabis industry, following two years of discussion, research, and strategy crafting.

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