Sabinet Labour is a comprehensive resource for your labour information needs, providing up to date reported and unreported labour judgments in full-text as they become available.
- Labour and Pension Fund Judgments from all of the Courts with links to the related full-text articles in our SA ePublications Collection
- Bargaining Council Agreements for all registered South African Bargaining Councils registered since 2010 as published in the Government Gazette
- Labour related legislation as well as a menu option for cases related to the Act and sections of the Act
We also send out a weekly newsletter to help you stay abreast of current changes at a glance, significantly reducing your research time.
The benefits of Sabinet Labour
- Reported and unreported Labour and Pension Fund Judgments made available within five days of receipt from the courts
- 29 labour-related Acts with all their Rules and Regulations, fully searchable or viewable as a list
- Updated Bargaining Council Agreements for all the registered Bargaining Councils
- Direct links to the cases related to an Act or sections of the Act
- All the current labour forms, searchable for your convenience
- Current Rules of Court, Practice Directives and selected labour procedures
- Indexed A - Z lists containing information about Trade Unions, Trade Union Federations and Employers' Organisations
Subscribers can either subscribe to the complete labour product or individually to either Labour Judgments or Bargaining Council Agreements.
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Make informed decisions and achieve better business outcomes with the latest South African Labour Reports’ interactive e-book
Van Zyl, Rudd’s original workbook presented at the Annual South African Labour Law Reports’ Seminar contains references to case law, CCMA and Bargaining Council Awards, Acts, Rules and Regulations during the preceding 12 months.
The collaboration of the interactive e-book developed by Sabinet supplements the original workbook with interactive links to the searchable PDF’s of the relevant citations in the workbook will assist the users to make informed decisions.