The African Journal of Governance and Development (AJGD) is a multidisciplinary publication that seeks to bring academic researchers from beyond territorial and regional boundaries to share scientific knowledge focused on the interface of governance and development. The Journal aims to provide a space for sharing and debating social, political and economic development issues for academic consumption and for policy consideration. AJGD is a peer-reviewed journal and publishes biannually.
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Betty Mubangizi
Online ISSN: 2616-9045
Print ISSN: 2218-5615
The African Journal of Governance and Development is accredited to the International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS)
Vol 9 (1) 2020 of the African Journal of Governance and Development is now closed and Vol 9(2) will open for further submissions on 01 July 2020.... PLEASE TAKE GREAT CARE DURING THIS COVID 19 TIME
Alternation is an interdisciplinary academic peer-reviewed open access journal for policy makers, practitioners, and the research community, on the Arts and Humanities and related fields in Southern Africa. Each journal issue is thematic, and the product of an Alternation Research Group under the leadership of one or more of the members of the Alternation Editorial Committee. Alternation invites articles, and responses to articles of up to 10 000 words dealing with topics relevant to the contemporary scholarly significance of the academic comparative study of the Arts and Humanities. (Longer articles may also be considered for publication.) Book reviews between 1000-1200 words are also welcome.
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Johannes A. Smit
Associate Editor: Prof. Nobuhle P. Hlongwa
Online ISSN: 2519-5476
Print ISSN: 1023-1757
The journal Humanities in the Global South is a peer reviewed, scholarly journal published twice a year in June and December. This flagship journal of the humanities is published by the College of Humanities of the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Click here for more
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Sooryamoorthy, Radhamany.
The Journal for the Study of Religion (JSR) is published by the Association for the Study of Religion in Southern Africa (ASRSA). JSR is an international peer-reviewed and accredited journal that publishes interdisciplinary contributions in the study of religion. JSR invites articles, and responses to articles of up to 10 000 words dealing with topics relevant to the contemporary scholarly significance of the academic comparative study of religion. (Longer articles may also be considered for publication.) Book reviews between 1000-1200 words are also welcome.
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Johan Strijdom
Online ISSN: 2413-3027
Print ISSN: 1011-7601
The focus of the Journal of Education is on all levels, stages and processes of education (e.g. formal, informal, non-formal, early childhood, lifelong, schooling, adult education, vocational education and training, higher education). It is a double-blind peer-reviewed, open access publication of original research and writing on all disciplines within the field of education.
The Journal aims to publish articles which show high levels of theoretical insight and /or analytic empirical work, and gives preference to articles that demonstrate engagement on the key issues that face South African education.
While the Journal considers articles from all disciplines within the field of education, preference will be given articles with a broader scope rather than a very narrow focus.
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Carol Bertram
Online ISSN: 2520-9868
Print ISSN: 0259-479X
The Journal of Numerical Thanatochronometry is a peer-reviewed open-access journal dedicated to continuous publication of leading research in death-time estimation by mechanistic/numerical simulation. This research historically appears in journals of forensic pathology, law, legal medicine or computational biology. Emerging research on numerical methods of death-time estimation now allows numerical thanatochronometry to be defined as a stand-alone science. Numerical death-time estimation involves expertise in forensic pathology and multiple other disciplines, many non-medical, and a number of them are increasingly adopting computational methods and numerical simulation techniques. This diversity and lack of common cross-discipline expertise frustrate publication of emerging research in established journals. The Journal of Numerical Thanatochronometry is a common platform purposely created to address these challenges.
Editor-in-Chief: Dr Sipho Mfolozi
The Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (JISfTeH) is an official journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth whose stated mission is to "Facilitate the international dissemination of knowledge and experience in Telemedicine and eHealth and provide access to recognised experts in the field worldwide." JISfTeH is a peer reviewed, open access, online journal that seeks to publish information on all aspects of eHealth activity and research from around the World. Its primary focus is on original research, critical reviews, preliminary communications and case reports. Scientific letters and letters to the editor are also welcomed. JISfTeH encourages submission of preliminary communications and short reports from developing countries. Papers are published online immediately on acceptance of the final galley proofs to ensure rapid access to new work.
Editors-in-Chief: Prof. Maurice Mars, and Prof. Richard E. Scott
Online ISSN: 2308-0310
Nidan: International Journal for Indian Studies is an academic journal that focuses on Indian studies broadly including the Indian / South Asian diaspora. The journal is an inter-disciplinary and cross-cultural one that encourages scholarship that offers readers the opportunity to grasp India, its society, culture, religion, philosophy, politics, economics and geography among other aspects.
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Fiona Farquharson
Print ISSN: 1815-3666
The South African Journal of Chemistry, published by the South African Chemical Institute, has been publishing high quality papers, in all fields of Chemistry for over 50 years. The Journal went fully electronic in 2000 and is freely available through open access online.
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Gert Kruger
Online ISSN: 1996-840X
Print ISSN: 0379-4350