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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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LAW

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

ACADEMIC

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

CATALOGUE

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

UCT PRESS

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

KEY LINKS

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

LEGALBRIEF

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

Legalbrief Today

20 July 2018

Israel passes controversial 'Jews-only' nation law

Israel has passed a law declaring that only Jews have the right of self-determination in the country, something members of the Arab minority called racist and verging on apartheid. The...

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Anti-fuel hike protesters in court

* Ten motorists appeared in the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate's Court for their alleged role in the Fuel Prices Must Fall blockade on the N3 outside the capital city yesterday. Paul Jenkins,...

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Foreign investors get diluted protection

The absence of mechanisms which afford effective protection to foreign investors is a significant contributor to the continued decline in foreign direct investment to SA, says Peter Leon, of Herbert...

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Grace Mugabe ally on police watch after bombing

A former ally of Grace Mugabe has been placed on a ‘persons of interest’ list by Zimbabwean police in the wake of last month’s grenade attack on a ruling party...

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