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About AJIC

The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC) publishes research articles, thematic reports and book reviews covering various aspects of information and communication policy and practice, with an interest in the multiple relationships across knowledge, innovation, technology, economy and society.

AJIC is intended as both a rigorous academic journal and as a practical medium to inform actors and decision-makers in government, industry and civil society. 

AJIC's open access archive is in the Wits University WIReDSpace institutional repository, available here. In order to foster research visibility and reach, all contributors are required, as of the begining of 2017, to have an ORCID iD, available here

AJIC was founded as The South African Journal of Information and Communication (SAJIC) in 2000. It published as The Southern African Journal of Information and Communication (SAJIC) between 2001 to 2008. It adopted its present title, AJIC, in 2009.

Go to AJIC Approach to Open Access

Go to AJIC Submission Guidelines


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