Juta & Co Ltd
Juta: A Company Transforming With a proud history of publishing and bookselling excellence spanning over 150 years, Juta and Company is firmly established as South Africa's premier publisher of academic and professional information. During 2005, Juta concluded a comprehensive Black Economic Empowerment deal, the first major publishing house to take this important step. Imfundo Investments, a new company owned by three current non-executive directors, Prof. John Volmink, Ms Thandi Chaane and Dr Eltie Links, took up a 25% shareholding in Juta and Company. Juta staff also received shares in the company and shareholders benefited from a handsome special dividend. "Our BEE deal was not designed just to improve our scorecard, rather it should be seen as a building of relationships and a further cementing of our roots in the communities which we serve. The company enthusiastically embraces its diverse roles in the creation of a transformed society and acknowledges its responsibility to the social, educational and cultural upliftment of all South Africans.? Juta strives to empower individuals through the provision of authoritative, innovative knowledge and information resources. The company?s ongoing growth and success testifies to the power of its enlightened, proactive approach to publishing and the promotion of a national culture of learning. Recognised as an industry innovator with cutting-edge, authoritative publications, Juta continues to deliver information solutions of excellence and distinction. The Juta team has an enviable reputation to uphold, and constantly seeks out new challenges in the dynamic and evolving South African environment. Empowerment through caring? In line with our core business as a publisher of professional, learning and educational information, Juta provides support to organisations geared at empowering individuals and communities through educational and skills-based initiatives. Through the efforts of Juta?s Social Responsibility Committee, comprising volunteer representatives from each of the Business Units, Juta annually allocates a percentage of profits to forge sustainable relationships with deserving welfare organisations. Among the entities which have benefited from this support are Community Chest, the Child Welfare Society, and numerous schools, colleges and care centres.
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Lansdowne Cape Town 7779 South Africa
|Phone: 021 - 797 - 5101|
|Fax: 021 - 797 - 5569|
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|1. The Learning School: An Organisation Development Approach (Paperback)
Author: Sandy Lazarus, Sue Davidoff
|2. Funda Isizulu Learn Zulu! (Funda IsiZulu/Learn Zulu language series) (Pa...
Author: Thandiwe Nxumalo
|3. Yandhayeyoo...! (Unknown Binding)
Author: M. Mabuza
|4. Learning School (Hardcover)
Author: Sue Davidoff
|5. The Mole Hole: A Guide for Desperate Chemistry Students on How to Do Cle...
Author: Marianne Flectcher
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