ASSAf provides commentaries on topical and relevant government policy documents and White Papers.
Best Practice Guides have been produced to improve the quality of editorship of South African scholarly journals.
2021 Title: Peer Review of Scholarly Journal in Mathematics and Science Published by: ASSAf Publication date: November 2021 Publication type: Consensus study/Peer Review Title: Evaluation of Alternative Telecommunication Technologies for the Karoo Central […]
ASSAf’s reports are available to download in pdf format.
ASSAf selectively publishes proceedings reports of events held by the Academy, as well as assessment and other reports.
ASSAf’s Annual Reports are distributed to stakeholders and Members. Each report gives an overview of the activities of ASSAf over the year under review and includes the annual financial statements.
The ASSAf Act provides the framework for identifying the Academy’s overarching goals, within which the strategic priorities and focus for the next 5-year period are outlined.
Quest: Science for South Africa is a full-colour, quarterly, popular science magazine directed at a target audience comprising learners, educators and the general public.
The Scholarly Publishing Unit takes responsibility for ensuring that Open Access initiatives are promoted to enhance the visibility of all South African research articles and to make them accessible to the entire international research community.
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Established in 1903, the South African Journal of Science is the leading multidisciplinary research journal in Africa, and features a great diversity of original work by researchers throughout the country and abroad, concentrating on articles that have an appeal that is wider than that of single disciplines.