1950 – Shuter & Shooter encourages black staff members to assume greater responsibilities
1959 – Professor Sibusiso Nyembezi resigns from his post at the University of Fort Hare in protest against the introduction of apartheid education. He later joins Shuter & Shooter as Chief Editor of African Languages
1975 – Professor Nyembezi is appointed to the board, of which he remains a member until his passing in 2000
2000 – The retail bookshop becomes a separate company. Shuter & Shooter begins to focus on publishing educational materials
2002 – Shuter & Shooter and Reach Out Publishers merge to become Shuter & Shooter Publishers.
2011 – Shuter & Shooter begins producing learning and teaching support materials for the CAPS curriculum
2013 – Shuter & Shooter Publishers launch their e-learning platform