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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 reinvents itself and inspires possibilities in a digital worldSouth Africa's preeminent education, academic and legal information publishing house, Juta, is reinventing itself as the go-to provider of legal technology platforms, tools for lifelong learning and solutions to grow businesses under the banner of 'Inspiring Possibilities Together'. Under this impassioned theme, Juta looks to further perpetuate meaningful change in the lives of students; academics; the business and legal fraternity by highlighting its extensive digital presence that complements the publisher's vast library of subject matters. 19 Nov 2020 Read more

Juta's Annual Labour Law UpdateEach year, South African labour law shifts and evolves in interesting and complex ways. For labour law and HR practitioners, missing a change or misunderstanding the impact of a development could cost time, money, or reputational harm. 10 Nov 2020 Read more

Changing the game: 5 strategies for future-fit learning and development practices in SA organisations*Skills development is of crucial importance in SA, and its legislation stipulates that an employer must plan for organisational and individual learning and development as part of its human resource strategy. A learning and development (L&D) manager analyses the company's skills requirements, and plans, co-ordinates and reports on employee development. Future-fit L&D practices subscribe to five strategies that ensure continuous, optimal workforce development. 14 Feb 2019 Read more

The science of getting literacy rightWhat rigorous analysis and change theory tell us 5 Nov 2018 Read more

Jackie CarrollWhen it comes to talking about the empowerment of women in the workplace, it's all too easy to quote the statistics at hand. They remind us that, on average, women earn between 60 and 75% less than their male counterparts globally and that, in South Africa, they hold only 28% of senior management positions. The numbers point to systemic patriarchy, naturalised discrimination and entrenched gender roles that have proven difficult to dislodge. 14 Aug 2018 Read more


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