CENTURION Pretoria, South Africa, 9 March 2021. Sabinet is pleased to announce the migration of Sabinet African Journals (www.journals.co.za) to a new powerful technology platform. With this move to Atypon’s Literatum online publishing and website development platform, Sabinet strengthens the technology upon which this world-renowned African research rests.
Internationally recognised for the feature set it offers, the Atypon platform enables Sabinet African Journals to get mission-critical content into the hands of the practitioners and researchers who need it most.
“As interest in the African continent and its research output continues to grow, Sabinet’s investment in a new technology platform becomes a natural next step for Sabinet African Journals,” says Rosalind Hattingh, Managing Director at Sabinet. By upgrading the ‘base’ of Sabinet African Journals, we are confident that this will increase the visibility of African research and further empower researchers through enhanced access and features.
“It’s a privilege to welcome such a highly respected journal aggregator to the Literatum community,” said Marty Picco, Atypon’s General Manager. “Sabinet’s 500+ journals share African research with the rest of the world. Literatum will help Sabinet readers by making it easier to discover the right content and by providing a more enjoyable and productive user experience.”
To learn more about the Sabinet African Journals, click here.
CENTURION Pretoria, South Africa, 18 March 2021. Those entrusted with rendering justice on any level have a responsibility to ensure that they stay abreast of the latest developments in law. For this reason, judgments, and the precedents they inform, are of vital importance to practitioners of law. Judges must make their rulings taking into account previous judicial decisions on the same subject. Other legal practitioners, whether they are acting as advisor, advocate, negotiator or evaluator are obliged to stay up to date with the law in order to remain competent, prompt and diligent at all times.
When it comes to staying competitive, Sabinet Judgments provides its users with unrivalled online access to its offering. With quick and easy 24 hours access to reported and unreported South African judgments from the Supreme Court of Appeal, High Courts, Labour Court, Labour Appeal Court,
Sabinet's expertise at bringing together content and technology to deliver optimised services — and their monitoring of all judgments by court, topic and legislation daily — means that subscribers are assured of making sound, error-free decisions — ultimately saving time, effort and money.
Courts and the legal practitioners within them apply the law on a daily basis. The system of judicial precedent, or stare decisis, means that these courts are bound to follow the legal precedents set by previous decisions. Being able to do this relies largely on reported cases. To be ignorant of these judgments is to take a big risk in the eyes of the court though this can be mitigated by gaining access to reported and unreported judgments — segmented by court, topic and legislation — and supported by related articles and legislation. This in-depth knowledge of the law equates to a competitive and cost-saving advantage.
Sabinet Judgments also links to other Sabinet product offerings by flagging documents of interest. Sabinet Judgments is linked to NetLaw, Provincial NetLaw, Municipal By-laws and Bargaining Council Agreements which users can choose to access if they are already subscribed to these products or by making a once-off purchase.
Companies of all sizes are required to know both their rights as well as what is expected of them. They are subjected to the common law, as it applies to their sector, as found in court rulings and judgments. Not being on top of updates and changes to legislation not only compromises the efficient and responsible management of a company, but also introduces significant legal and financial risk.
Sabinet invites anyone interested in enriching their knowledge of the law or wanting to work faster and smarter to register for a free trial of Sabinet Judgments. Users can look forward to:
CENTURION Pretoria, South Africa, 31 March 2021.COVID-19 has presented one of the most formidable challenges to government, businesses, and society. As a result, agile solutions are important to establish sustainability for the future challenges to come - encompassing long-term operational resilience.
Maintain productivity while keeping it safe and economically sustainable - Sabinet's Digitisation Solutions puts you and your organisation in a stronger position to ensure steady business operations when social separation and work-from-home is now the 'next-normal'.
The scanning needed to convert physical materials to digital form is done carefully and, throughout the process, clients can rest assured of the safety of their goods with an experienced team and the latest technology.
Furthermore, the Digitisation team will:
Depending on budgetary constraints, the following approaches can be taken:
The end result - that of a 1:1 preserved digital copy - empowers your organisation or department to absorb and adjust to the encounters of the COVID-19 pandemic successfully and, by definition, remain resilient.
Normal Copyright law applies as stipulated in the Copyright Act. Copyright belongs to the publishers.
However, in the same span of time, with the pandemic serving as a backdrop to all of the action, legislation surrounding the possession and use of cannabis has been somewhat relaxed - quite the turnaround.
Keeping track of what has happened and, more importantly, when, can sometimes be tricky. Understanding the finer detail and nuances of the subject can prove tricky too. For this reason, Sabinet provides customised monitoring services which alert clients to specific occurrences of topics which interest them, providing them with links to relevant legislative materials as they’re found. However, with regard to cannabis and in light of its recent rise to fame, we have a special topic dedicated to the subject.
To learn more on the subject as well as other specialised Topic CMS available to our users, click here.
The closing date for comments on the Employment Equity Amendment Bill is set for this Friday, 19 February. The Bill has been greeted with varying degrees of concern from companies around the country.
Certain proposals contained within this draft are set for further discussion during the year, but some may be implemented before year-end. This new legislation will, if passed, affect companies across all sectors as well as their respective workforces as those who fail to comply will be unable to do business with government on any level.
Focused on four specific areas, namely B-BBEE and transformation; the wage gap; regulations aimed at SMMEs; and the hiring of foreign workers, there is much on the table to give consideration to before the 19th of February. The widespread nature of each of these pieces of legislation is a clear demonstration of the ripple effect that will occur should the Bill pass. There are many potential hurdles for businesses to clear and understanding the direct impact of each is critical.
The Bill, taking what seems to be a multi-pronged approach to mobilising change in the country, comes at a time when, across all sectors of business in South Africa, owners and staff are still reeling and recovering from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic
For further information on the Employment Equity Amendment Bill, click here.
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