The African Journal of Information and Communication
The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC), is an academic journal, accredited by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training. The journal has been listed in the South African approved (DoHET) journals list since 2002, and will appear under the new title from 2011.
The African Journal of Information and Communication is published by the Learning Information Networking and Knowledge (LINK) Centre, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, as a forum for research, scholarship and academic debate within the broad ICT sector across the continent of Africa.
Formerly the South(ern) African Journal of Information and Communication, it is an annual, interdisciplinary journal concerned with Africa's participation in the \information society\" and network economy. AJIC focuses on information and communication technology (ICT) issues at the global, regional and national level that have implications for developing countries in general, and for Africa and the Southern African region in particular, encouraging debate on different aspects of ICT policy, regulation, strategy and implementation. It is both a rigorous academic journal and a practical tool to inform the continent's ICT actors and decision-makers in government, industry and civil society."
|Publisher||University of the Witwatersrand|
|Coverage||Issue 3 2002 - current|