Treatise: Constitutional Law of South Africa (2008)
African/South African News:
To search many African and South African news sources, follow the path below and then select a database:
Path: Westlaw > Directory > International/WorldWide Materials > Databases Listed Alphabetically by Country > South Africa > Business & News
Butterworth's Statutes of South Africa + Table of Contents
To search Butterworth's Statutes click on the link below:
Butterworths South African Constitutional Law Reports (often cited as BCLR)
To search Butterworth's South African Constitutional Law Reports (BCLR) click on the link below:
African/South African News
To search many African and South African news sources, follow path:
Path: Research Now > News & Business > Country & Region > choose either > Middle East & Africa or > South Africa
TIP: The group files of South African news sources (most recent 90 days, most recent two years) appear under > Middle East & Africa. The individual South African news sources appear under > South Africa > News.
Sabinet licenses these searchable, extensive collections of South/Southern African e-journals (pdf): Business & Finance; Law; Medical & Health; Religion; Science, Technology & Agriculture; and Social Sciences & Humanities.
BLS Library's subscription includes:
Digest of South Africa
South African Law Reports (SA) + Index
South African Criminal Law Reports (SACR)
Juta's Unreported Judgements
Constitutional Library (including Constitutional Court cases, African Human Rights Law Journal and South African Journal on Human Rights)
Juta's Statutes of South Africa
Government Gazette + Index
Provincial Legislation of South Africa
BLS researchers: request username/password from a reference librarian or contact email@example.com.
TIP for Apple Mac Safari users: Juta Law functions better with Internet Explorer or Firefox.
TIP: Use SAFLII's advanced search feature to find a case or statute by name or to find cases containing specific keywords.
TIP: Use SAFLII's list of databases to determine the scope of available decisions for a particular court or to find a case by name.
TIP: Use SAFLII's LawCite feature to try to find cases, law reform reports and legal articles that refer to a particular case.