Paul Jacobson has started The Open Law Project. Here is what he has to say on the companion blog,
If you are either looking for some legal information, or have contributions to the project, go check it out. This could become a really useful resource to just about anyone in South Africa if it builds enough momentum.There are very few sources of legal content in South Africa on South African law. Google can be tremendously helpful in finding what is available but, as yet, there is no single comprehensive legal reference work on the Web on South African law. The problem with this is that South Africans are governed and affected by South African law and this law is not very accessible to them.
The Open Law Project is an initiative aimed at creating a comprehensive and reliable legal reference work that is created by the South African legal community and which is available to South Africans who have access to an Internet connection and a web browser for free. The intention is to make the content on this site available for free to the South African public, the content posted to this site can not be subject to copyright. Copyright makes the content less accessible. That being said, contributions from all members of the South African legal community are most welcome and appreciated. This is an opportunity to contribute back to the South African public.
From the Open Law Blog