South African Journal of Science (SAJS)

The South African Journal of Science – established in 1903 – is now an electronic-only, open-access, multidisciplinary journal published bimonthly by the Academy of Science of South Africa. Its objective is to promote the visibility and impact of South African and African research by publishing high-quality original research from Africa or on African-relevant issues that will be of interest to readers in any discipline and be for the benefit of scholars, educators, the general public and policymakers.

The Journal also provides a forum for discussion of news and developments in research and higher education through non-reviewed content such as commentaries, perspectives and news articles. Peer-reviewed articles comprise reviews, research articles and research letters.

A team of Associate Editors and Associate Editor Mentees, led by the Editor-in-Chief, is responsible for the editorial content covering the following fields: Agriculture & Forestry; Archaeology, Anthropology & Palaeontology; Cell, Molecular & Health Sciences; Chemistry; Earth & Environmental Sciences; Engineering- & Technology; Organismal Biology; Physics, Mathematics & Astronomy; Social Sciences & Education; and Social Sciences & Humanities. A full-time Managing Editor and Online Publishing Systems Administrator provide editorial support and are responsible for publishing the Journal. 

To read, submit, or for more information or contact Nadia Grobler, SAJS Online Publishing Systems Administrator