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SA Media is a news research and press clipping service covering mainstream publications in South Africa, from 1978 to present day. Offered through Sabinet, SA Media includes more than 4 million articles sourced from 120 publications, including 40 current news sources.
The African News Agency (ANA), offered through Sabinet, provides access to full-text news reports on South African and African news from November 2015 to present .The database also provides access to the Sapa Archive, consisting of news wire reports from the former South African Press Association, covering 1998 to 31 March 2015.
The ANA database covers politics, economics, business and markets, sports in addition to general news. Additional syndicated content from Xinhua News Agency (China), the German Press Agency, and the Associated Press.
A full-text online database of more than 350 South and Southern African journals. The titles deal with business, education, the humanities, science, medical and health sciences, law, and theology. The journal content is largely the product of research carried out in Africa, and often does not deal with Africa as a subject.
An open access database of South African legal information, compiled from information contained in Sabinet's paid legal databases.
A set of online subscription databases of historical and current South African legal publications aggregated by Sabinet. The collection includes official gazettes, journals, bills of the South African Parliament, municipal bylaws, acts and provincial and national legislation, and labor judgements in the courts, dating from 1910 to the present.
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