Who We Are

We’re committed to our vision of ‘Enhancing the Potential of the African Continent by Advancing the Rule of Law’. With our strong community of legal professionals, we advance the practice of law. Through our corporate solutions, we advance compliance with the law. Finally, we partner closely with government to advance the upholding of the law. For over 85 years LexisNexis® South Africa has been at the forefront of legal content and technology. Today, we provide the most trusted and credible legal and regulatory content and intelligent, digital platforms. Our corporate solutions guide you to better decisions, grounded in the latest legislation and regulatory developments. LexisNexis® prides itself on offering unmatched content accuracy together with superior technology. From e-signature to GRC, we equip today’s organisation to protect against risk in the most robust way.

About RELX®

RELX Group is a world-leading provider of information solutions for professional customers across industries. We help scientists make new discoveries, lawyers win cases, doctors save lives, and executives forge commercial relationships with their clients. We help insurance groups offer customers lower prices by assessing risk better, and save taxpayers and consumers money by enabling governments and financial groups to detect fraud. The group employs about 28,500 people of whom half are in North America. RELX PLC, the London Stock Exchange listed shareholding vehicle, holds 52.9% of the shares in RELX Group. RELX NV, the Amsterdam Stock Exchange listed shareholding vehicle, holds 47.1% of the shares in RELX Group. The shares are traded on the London, Amsterdam and New York Stock Exchanges using the following ticker symbols: London: REL; Amsterdam: REN; New York: RELX and RENX. The total market capitalisation is approximately £23.0bn / €31.2bn / $34.8bn.

Conyzest (a member of the Tsiya Group)

LexisNexis South Africa is determined to play its part in uplifting disadvantaged members of our community in South Africa. Part of its strategy in this regard has been the acquisition of a BEE partner in the form of Tsiya Group (“Tsiya”), headed by leading South African businessman Mr Fani Titi. Tsiya is a privately owned investment group established in 2008 with a proven record of identifying and investing in successful companies. Its primary focus is on acquiring interests in unlisted businesses, with a particular focus on the media and information industry. The investment in LexisNexis South Africa serves as a natural extension of Tsiya’s involvement in the media and information industry. In addition to LexisNexis South Africa, it is currently invested in two radio stations, Heart FM and Gagasi FM. Tsiya adopts a proactive approach to increasing the value of its investments. This usually entails it working alongside its fellow shareholders and the management teams of the respective businesses to retain existing business, identify revenue generating opportunities and identifying acquisition opportunities.