Governance in Africa (GiA) provides an alternative form of academic journal offering free access to research and expert commentary from leading and emerging authors in the field, and from those who have direct experience of the impacts of governance in Africa today. In this context, ‘governance’ in Africa refers to the local/traditional, the national, the regional and the global.
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Published by the African/African American Studies program at Eastern Kentucky University, JORA provides critically needed platform for established Africanists and graduate students to publish their original research pieces. By encouraging disciplinary or interdisciplinary approaches in reconstructing a wide range of themes relating to African peoples and societies in all time periods, JORA not only helps in deconstructing existing myths and stereotypes about Africa but also enhances scholarly understanding of the totality of the African life.
African Journal of Economic and Sustainable Development aims to develop a deeper appreciation of past, current and future African issues to provide guidance and potential solutions. It publishes material that serves African nations in research, development, decision-/policy-making and education.
African Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance provides a forum for exploring African research on current and future issues in business and beyond. It brings together interested faculty, professionals, policy makers, accounting/auditing/finance students, and others concerned with professional and regulatory matters in the corporate, university, schools of business, government and financial sectors.
The African Evaluation Journal publishes high quality peer-reviewed articles merit on any subject related to evaluation, and provide targeted information of professional interest to members of African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) and its national associations. This encompass the following aims.
Publisher: Vrienden van Zuid-Afrika
Formerly Zuid-Afrika Nú en ZAM Magazine
Saamtrek provides information regarding recent political, social and economic developments in South Africa.
It also includes content on African language and culture.