Welcome to Juta Law

A proud legacy of empowering generations of South Africa’s finest legal minds: Past, Present and Future

‘Juta’ and ‘Jutastat’ are names synonymous with South African legal publishing and a heritage of excellence. Juta’s unrivalled range of iconic authored commentary works, law reports, legislation and journals are indispensable to the practice of law and the effective functioning of government and business. Our preeminent list of Juta authors and contributors are drawn from the senior ranks of the judiciary, academia, private practice and the corporate sector. Supporting the efforts of our authors, the committed team of Law publishers and editorial staff provide the requisite publishing skills and expertise that culminate in works bearing the distinctive Juta hallmarks of authority, accuracy and trustworthiness. 
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A proud legacy of empowering generations of South Africa's finest legal minds: Past, Present and Future


Offering a comprehensive selection of higher education content and teaching and learning resources; developed to meet the requirements of Southern Africa.


Titles available to purchase on this online store are limited to certain Juta print publications.


High quality, peer reviewed monographs, scholarly publications, and original research works contributing to the body of knowledge on the African continent


The Key Links graded reading series supports a balanced literacy approach enabling reading for comprehension and independent learning


The Legalbrief current awareness service is a range of specialist electronic newsletters providing topical, consolidated legal-related news and information

Legalbrief Today

23 March 2018

Man gets life for rape of boy (7)

* A 33-year-old man has been sentenced to life imprisonment for raping a seven-year-old boy in the Inchanga area, KZN, in May 2016. He was sentenced in the Camperdown Regional...

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British crash pilot charged with manslaughter

The pilot of an aircraft which crashed and killed 11 people has been charged with 11 counts of manslaughter by gross negligence. A report in The Daily Telegraph notes that...

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How SA can regain human rights leadership status

Nelson Mandela’s declaration in 1994 that ‘human rights will be the light that guides our foreign policy’, should be taken up by President Cyril Ramaphosa to restore SA’s human rights...

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Nigeria slammed over ‘carbon copy’ abductions

Nigeria's security forces failed to respond to several warnings that suspected Boko Haram extremists were on their way to a town where 110 schoolgirls were abducted last month, Amnesty International...

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