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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

20 August 2018

All eyes on Harare for crucial poll petition

Nine Constitutional Court justices and five days are all that stand between Zimbabwe's past and its future. The Sunday Times reports that the skirmish begins today, when Zanu-PF is expected...

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Malaysia repeals 'fake news law'

Malaysia has repealed its ‘fake news’ law, the first country in the world to roll back such legislation. According to a report in The Guardian, the law was introduced in...

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Migrant policies increasingly similar to those elsewhere

While South Africans have reacted with outrage to the human rights violations against asylum seekers in the US and Europe, SA's own approach to refugees was 'eerily reminiscent' of what...

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