Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery
The journal publishes articles on current nursing and health related issues, and encourages those that exhibit innovative and quantitative research methods and approaches. It promotes debate, both theoretical and practical, on a wide range of topics and cross-disciplinary interests.
African Review of Economics and Finance
The African Review of Economics and Finance (AREF) is the official journal of the African Finance and Economics Consult (AFEC). The Journal acknowledges that the word 'economic' is plural and all economies are positioned, situated, and embedded in particular societies. Therefore, how the economy is studied must necessarily be plural. From this perspective, the journal welcomes high quality articles in theoretical and empirical economics, be they orthodox, heterodox, or economics as an interdisciplinary social science, with special emphasis on African economies and/or how they relate to other economies in Africa or the rest of the world.
Africanus: Journal of Development Studies
Published by the Department of Development Administration, University of South Africa.
Articles on development problems with special reference to the Third World and southern Africa as well as politics and policy concerning intergroup relations.
Commonwealth Youth and Development
Commonwealth Youth and Development is a multidisciplinary biannual publication that seeks to promote understanding of, and impetus for, the empowerment of the youth which will enable them to play a crucial and constructive role in the development of their communities. It recognises the importance of the youth and youth workers in developing countries and seeks to promote the professionalisation of youth work.
Education as Change
Education as Change is an accredited, peer reviewed scholarly journal that publishes original articles reflecting critically on issues of equality in education and on the ways in which educational practices contribute to transformation in non-formal, formal and informal contexts.
Gender Questions is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed research journal that publishes high quality articles on all aspects of gender studies, including feminist research, masculinity studies and studies into alternative sexualities. Gender Questions seeks to contribute to South African knowledge production about gender by providing a forum for serious scholarship and rigorous theoretical engagement with Gender Studies.
Imbizo : International Journal of African Literary and Comparative Studies is a scholarly and peer-reviewed journal of the department of English studies at the University of South Africa. The journal aims to foster critical debates on African Literary Theory, cultural studies, history and popular culture. The journal publishes original research articles, review articles and important conference proceedings on theoretical and practical perspectives that expand knowledge on discourses on the Africanisation of the processes of Africa’s literary creations.
International Journal of Educational Development in Africa
IJEDA welcomes papers on African education particularly relevant to key theories of development about human capital, modernisation, politics, democratisation, capabilities, social reproduction, inequalities, dependencies, marginalisation, social control and violence, as well as key global developmental issues affecting education in Africa such as the roles of capitalism and socialism, green or sustainable development, religion, gender, international aid, the role of international organisations and agreements (e.g. the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child), health and HIV/AIDS, issues of access, quality and outcomes, conflict and post-conflict contexts, private education, culture and education, vocational education and employment, poverty reduction, corruption, disasters and emergencies (and humanitarian responses), globalisation, literacy.
Journal of Law, Society and Development
JLSD seeks to address various socio-economic, legal and political research issues, such as democracy and society, to find its proper niche and its feet in order to help the community it serves to understand these issues. It also aims to forge a path towards inclusive epistemological discussions and debate in South Africa and the world at large. Therefore, articles that resort in the social sciences, the natural sciences, the exact sciences or political science and which are relevent to the theme of law, society and development are invited for inclusion.
Latin American Report
An interdisciplinary journal of research and commentary relating to Latin America. Its purpose is to promote scholarly understanding of and general information about that Continent. It features research articles, commentaries, interviews, news and information, reports and book reviews.
General and research articles on Library and Information Science are published in this journal. It also contains bibliographical information relevant to postgraduate research in South Africa.
New Voices in Psychology
New Voices in Psychology is a peer-reviewed journal, aimed to nurture the work of young researchers and to encourage the development of new ideas in the discipline. Submissions are accepted from all over the world but the emphasis is on working with post-graduate students and young academics from Africa. The journal carries contributions on all topics in psychology but with a bias towards issues relevant to the African context and toward critiques of psychology as a discipline and profession. New Voices in Psychology is published twice yearly.
Oral History Journal of South Africa
OHJSA creates space for academics in collaboration with oral history practioners, archivists and librarians to publish scientific papers in the field of oral history. The focus of the journal is on the methods of oral history research as well as the results or oral history research done in and on southern Africa expanding to the rest of Africa and eventually to the rest of the world.
Phronimon publishes original scientifically justifiable contributions (articles, discussions of articles previously published and book reviews) within the field of Philosophy and the Humanities, although contributions within the field of Greek Philosophy and Greek studies will receive priority. We publish in English, Afrikaans and modern Greek.
Published by the Department of Political Sciences and Public Administration, University of South Africa.
Articles on political science, public administration, municipal government and administration, international politics and strategic studies. The journal offers the reader the opportunity to gain insight into aspects of public life in a time of unprecedented political change.
Progressio: South African Journal for Open and Distance Learning Practice
Progressio is the electronic journal of the Bureau for Learning Development at the University of South Africa. It is a partially refereed journal intended to provide a forum for discussion on the theory and practice of distance education. It includes and seeks contributions of research articles, book reviews, information and opinion pieces around issues of open learning and distance education. Some contributions, while not primarily concerned with distance education, may nevertheless be of interest to distance education researchers and instructors.
Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies
Southern African Journal for Folklore Studies publishes original scientific articles pertaining to folklore studies and research. Research articles, theoretical papers, critical reviews and case studies will be considered for publication.
Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae
Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae publishes articles in the discipline of Church History / History of Christianity with an African/ South African perspective.
Southern African Journal of Social Work and Social Development
Southern African Journal of Social Work and Social Development formerly The Social Work Practitioner-Researcher is a refereed interdisciplinary journal for social workers and social service professionals concerned with the advancement of the theory and practice of social work and social development in Africa and in a changing global world.
Journal of World Mythology and Folklore