CHIEF DIRECTORATE: STATE LAW ADVISORY SERVICES


DISCLAIMER: The LINKS below are posted for purposes of information sharing and debate and do not necessarily indicate approval or support of any such organisation or website or any information or view presented on such LINK.

 

Other Legal Links

 

International

 

  Commonwealth Association of Public Sector Lawyers

 

 

  Institute of Parliamentary and Political Law (a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the understanding and strengthening of democratic governing) 

 

 

Political Law Development Initiative (Perspectives online articles)

 

 

  Commonwealth Association of Legislative Counsel (CALC)

 

 

  International Bar Association

 

 

 Indiana University School of Law

 

 

  SADC Lawyers' Association

 

 

  Association of Law Reform Agencies of Eastern and Southern Africa

 

 

 

National

 

 

 

  South African Parliament

 

 

   Parliamentary Institute of South Africa

 

 

  South African Law Reform Commission

 

 

   South African Legal Information Institute (A free, searchable online database of legal material such as case law and legislation for Southern and Eastern Africa)

 

 

  South African Policy and Law (online news, also Acts and Bills)

 

 

user ID: p01710z0      password: p017

 

 

  The Institute for Democracy in South Africa's Political Information and Monitoring Service

 

 

  The Parliamentary Monitoring Group

If a password is requested, use: kznprov14

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here for: INTRANET Access to Butterworths/ Lexis-Nexis

 

 

  offer the following services relevant to the public sector:

Contact:

 

Mr Johnnie Mokae (082-495-8814; johnniem@gfia.co.za).

Director: GOBODO Forensic and Investigative Accounting (Pty) Ltd

PO Box 578

Auckland Park

2006

 

Tel.: (011) 482-2737

Fax: (011) 482-4737

 

 

 for Legal Stationery and Software and contact details of Advocates and Attorneys

 

Legal City  South Africa's online legal services portal

 

www.acts.co.za  South African Legislation online

 

www.lawinfo.com/lawdictionary/#P  Legal Dictionary online

 

  South African online contracts

 

 

The Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (Act No. 2 of 2000): Commentary

The Promotion of Administrative Justice Act, 2000 (Act No. 3 of 2000): Commentary

The Promotion of Equality and the Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act, 2000 (Act No. 4 of 2000)

 

A policy or practice which, to date, has seemingly prevailed in Departments is to leave or ignore provisions that were not in line with the Constitution on the Statute Book until the provisions concerned were challenged in court and found to be unconstitutional.

This policy or practice should not continue any longer as it is clear from the Constitution and the cumulative effect of the different provisions contained in the three above-mentioned Acts that Departments must be pro-active. Departments are expected to audit all legislation they administer, as well as all rules, policies, procedures and practices to eliminate conflicting provisions, to ensure that the Statute Book, rules, policies, procedures and practices are  purified, harmonised and rationalised and are brought in line with the Constitution and the three Acts referred to above. 

All legal drafters must, therefore, acquaint themselves with the provisions of the Constitution and these three Acts which give effect to specific constitutional rights.

 

 

Sunday Times Business Times Careers

 

CITY Press Careers

 

 

 

Provincial

 

  

 

 

KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Legislature

 

 

  KwaZulu-Natal Association of Public Sector Lawyers

 

 

  KwaZulu-Natal Law Society

 

 

KwaZulu-Natal Law Society Library  An excellent Legal Resource

 

Click to subscribe to the Weekly Info Update Bulletin for a wealth of legal information from the KZN Law Society Library

Click to request electronic information (such as legislation) from the KZN Law Society Library

 

 

Free State Provincial Government: Legal Services

 

North-West Provincial Government: Legal Services

 

Western Cape Provincial Government: Legal Services

 

 

GCIS (Government Communication and Information System) Contact Directory 

GCIS maintains a database of contact information for government bodies, media organisations, journalists, and a selection of other institutions such as political parties, foreign representatives in South Africa, tertiary and other institutions. The database can be browsed or searched, while selected contact information is available as separate contact directories and lists that can be printed or downloaded as complete documents.Very useful!

DISCLAIMER: The LINKS above are posted for purposes of information sharing and debate and do not necessarily indicate approval or support of any such organisation or website or any information or view presented on such LINK.

 



                                     

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