Sabinet’s South African Gazettes service is a valuable resource for legal professionals in South Africa. It provides online access to a vast collection of gazetted information, including legislation, regulations, proclamations, legal notices, liquor notices, and more. Sabinet offers various subscriptions, allowing users to subscribe either to Government and Provincial Gazettes, or separately to each one.
A key benefit of the South African Gazettes service is that it comprises both Government (from 1994 to current) and Provincial Gazettes (dated back to 1995). This means that subscribers have access to a comprehensive collection of gazetted information, including notices and publications from all nine provinces. With this resource, legal professionals and compliance staff are able to remain updated with any changes in legislation and regulations across the country.
Subscribers to the South African Gazettes service can extensively search for gazetted information, either on a notice level or by obtaining the complete Gazette. This allows users to easily find specific information. Additionally, printing, downloading, and emailing gazetted information is seamless, which makes it easy to share information with colleagues and clients.
One of the key benefits of the South African Gazettes service is that subscribers get immediate access to gazetted information while saving storage space and costs at the same time. This is because all gazettes are stored online, which means that subscribers do not need to store physical copies of gazettes. This can help to save space in offices, and it also reduces the costs associated with printing and storing physical copies of gazettes—ultimately reducing the associated carbon footprint.
Subscribers to the South African Gazettes service receive daily and weekly email alerts with links to the full text. This removes the need to continually scan the website for new gazettes or updates. This makes it even easier for legal professionals stay updated with changes in legislation and regulations in real-time.
In addition to legislation and regulations, the South African Gazettes service includes a vast collection of gazetted information including deceased estates, liquidations, road carrier permits, and more. Enabling legal professionals to find a wide range of information in one place—saving time and effort. Rather than having to refer to various sources for information, Sabinet’s suite of offerings allows users to find all they need in one convenient space, with the ability to search extensively for information, receive daily and weekly email alerts, and access historical gazettes.
Sabinet’s South African Gazettes service is an essential resource for legal professionals in South Africa.