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Sabinet launches online access to Retrospective Government Gazettes Archive from 1910 – 1993

Jun 30, 2010 | Blog, Industry news

A boon for the legal fraternity – fast, easy online searches to cut valuable man hours, and boost outputsSabinet is South Africa’s first supplier of online Gazettes and has been in the online information industry for 27 years. Sabinet has released its Retrospective Government Gazettes Archive, a new product that will give the legal sector fast and easy access to the full text of Government Gazettes from 1910 to 1993.Says Ros Hattingh, Managing Director of Sabinet: “Manually searching for gazetted information, especially older information, to support claims, cases and arguments can be tedious and frustrating, not to mention costly in terms of man hours and delays. Sabinet thus dedicated a project team to scan and process Government Gazettes from 1910 to 1993, making them available online to subscribers. ”Subscribers to Sabinet’s Retrospective Government Gazettes Archive will be able to easily search for the information they need, using an efficient Google-like search interface. A quick response time and an automatic ranking process ensure that the document searched for is likely to be displayed on top or in the first few results of the search. And with faceted browsing, which enables finding the required document even when there is a large amount of uncertainty, searching is made easier. Complementary services offered by Sabinet includes a high quality Government and Provincial Gazettes service, which gives subscribers access to gazetted information from 1994 to date. Annual scalable subscription options are available to accommodate all clients, while ad hoc documents can be purchased on request. Sabinet understands the value of information and the need for scrupulous attention to detail and therefore offers you information you can trust. For more information, please contact, the tollfree telephone number 0800 118 595, or visit the website: