Sabinet South African National Legislation (NetLaw)
10 Jan 2018
The cost of doing business within South Africa, along with the cost of running an educational institution is growing, and extremely quickly too. One essential piece of this cost-puzzle can be found in access to information. The ability of an organization to provide professionally moderated information to its employees or students, ensures that learning and growth can continue. Sabinet has actively pursued business and academic growth in South Africa through its facilitation of access to information.
Beyond creating a backbone of resources for Law firms and businesses, Sabinet has focused on enabling tertiary education institutions to access the resources necessary to train young students in various industries and professions. It is important for Sabinet to know that the institutions who will be readying our country’s students for their adult lives, provide them with the very best, accurate and reliable resources possible.
While Sabinet not only curates the information with accuracy and precision, they have been providing these services to public tertiary institutions with law faculties for many years – absolutely free. Allowing these institutions to focus on providing students with the best educational experience possible. With the cost-barrier to resources being carried by Sabinet, Universities can eliminate one of the biggest challenges to organizational success in today’s fast paced world.
Sabinet knows it forms a part of the South African community, and that its input into universities and organisations surrounding it will help it grow and prosper. This is why Sabinet has spent millions of rands supporting universities and institutions because access to information and resources should not prohibit learning.
Universities want a service that it can understand, work with, and provide to its students with efficiency and meticulousness. This unified approach to changing the lives of South Africans across the nation, has been changing lives for over a decade, and Sabinet is proud to continue this work into the future.(This article is provided for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. For more information on the topic, please contact the author/s or the relevant provider.)