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‘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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Legalbrief Today

22 June 2018

EU's proposed Internet rules outrage campaigners

An EU committee has approved two new copyright rules that campaigners warned could destroy the Internet as we know it. A report in The Independent notes that the two controversial...

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Bail for Ngcobo man who allegedly murdered wife's lover

* A Ngcobo man charged with the murder of a man who is believed to be his wife’s lover, was released on bail of R2 000 in the Ngcobo Magistrate’s...

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Restitution key to unifying an unequal society – survey

Whether Parliament opts to amend the Constitution or not, research by the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) shows there is a substantial mandate for effective land reform. ‘It is...

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ICC slams UN's failure to target al-Bashir

International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has accused the UN Security Council of failing to take action against countries that didn't arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to face...

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