As a publisher partner since 2001, we have an in-depth understanding of what our publishers require to do bring their publishing processes online.

Sabinet understands the demand for digital publishing platforms to support e-journals, conference proceedings, monographs and eBooks. We strive to bring international platforms such as OMP to more South African and African publishers at an affordable local rate with local support. This will enable more Societies, Publishers and South African academic libraries to manage their content online, archive easily and publish digital content effortlessly online and ensure the longevity of that content.

Presses

  • The South African Reserve Bank

    The South African Reserve Bank produces a variety of publications which deals with monetary policy, financial stability, prudential regulation, economic and financial issues, macroeconomic statistics,  financial markets matters, bank operations and other matters

    Key publications include the Monetary Policy Statement; Monetary Policy Review; Quarterly Bulletin; Financial Stability Review; and Annual Reports, amongst others.

  • Azure Academic Publishing

    The Press publishes fully open access scholarly and academic monographs. We welcome quality, original and peer-reviewed research from scholars across the world. Our contents are readily available and accessible to all readers. You are welcome to send us a proposal and we look forward to assisting you with your proposed publication.

  • NISC (Pty) Ltd

    NISC publishes non-fiction books which are mostly scholarly in nature. While we have profiles for our books on our site, they are not available for sale directly to the public from NISC. NISC books can be purchased from your local bookshop or via an online bookseller such as takealot.com and loot.co.za. For wholesale orders of most of our books you will need to contact Blue Weaver or the African Books Collective.

  • South African Association of Public Administration and Management

    About SAAPAM

    OUR VSION

    The vision of SAAPAM is to contribute towards the development of good governance and effective service delivery. The objectives of SAAPAM are to promote excellence in the theory and practice of Public Administration and Management by: Promoting the basic values and principles underlying economic, efficient and effective democratic Public Administration and Management as explained in subsection 195(1) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996;

    Promoting the discipline and practice of Public Administration and Management through research and the provision of appropriate training and development;
    Promoting ethical conduct and accountability within the profession;
    Promoting and protecting the profession and career interests of its members;
    Co-operating with other associations and institutions in promoting the objectives of SAAPAM;
    Providing a variety of services to members, such as serving as an information centre; hosting meetings, conferences and discussions for its members; publishing a journal and other publications to disseminate information and serve an educational purpose; and
    Co-operating, when necessary, with other national and international professional institutions and organizations to further the interest of SAAPAM.

    OUR MOTTO

    “Public Service Excellence through Scholarship and Research”

    OUR MISSION

    The mission of the South African Association of Public Administration and Management (SAAPAM) is to encourage and promote good governance and effective service delivery through the advancement of professionalism, scholarship and practice in public administration and management.

    SAAPAM consists of a National Board and Provincial Chapters. The National Board is elected every two years from among the SAAPAM membership. The National Board is chaired by an elected President, and is assisted by a Vice President. The elected Chairpersons of the Provincial Chapters complete the National Board. The National Board appoints an Executive Director who is assisted in the day-to-day functioning by an Administrator.