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Established in 1853, Juta and Company (Pty) Ltd is South Africa's leading academic and law publisher trusted for quality academic, legal, professional and school publications in print and electronic format.
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Juta and Company acquires Siber Ink Legal Publications
Juta and Company (Pty) (Ltd) is pleased to announce the purchase of the Siber Ink imprint which delivers trusted authored content to a variety of legal and business information users. 6 Mar 2023 Read more

Brian Wafawarowa appointed new Juta CEO
The chairman and board of Juta and Company (Pty) (Ltd) are delighted to announce the appointment of Brian Wafawarowa as chief executive officer with effect from 1 January 2023. Brian has enjoyed a long and successful career in the publishing industry, including experience in the education, academic, trade, legal and professional and learning sectors. Having gained his foundational publishing experience at Juta, Brian went on to enjoy a varied and celebrated career before returning to Juta in 2019 as chief content and product officer. 15 Dec 2022 Read more

Juta and Company acquires MedicalBrief
Juta and Company is delighted to announce that it has recently acquired MedicalBrief, South Africa's leading, authoritative weekly digest of local and global medical matters. 8 Jul 2022 Read more

Trust South Africa's foremost experts to unpack the year's critical labour developments and equip you for the year ahead
South African labour law has undergone important developments during the past year, notwithstanding the impact and implications of the Covid-19 pandemic. Labour lawyers and HR practitioners who may have been unable to keep abreast of the latest judgments and legislation now have the chance to have them outlined and explained in simple terms by experts in the comfort of their homes or offices. 15 Feb 2022 Read more

Where to next? The case for crypto-asset regulation just got bigger
The alleged loss of some $3.6bn bitcoin through Africrypt investment company brings home just how risky this asset class truly is. Such incredible loss, though unfortunately not yet falling under the FSCA's direct responsibility is likely to impact the velocity of crypto-asset regulatory development. 3 Sep 2021 Read more

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