The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC) is an academic journal published by the LINK Centre, School of Literature, Language and Media (SLLM), Faculty of Humanities, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
Accredited by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), AJIC is an interdisciplinary, open access journal concerned with Africa’s participation in the information society and digital network economy. The journal, which does not impose author processing charges, was published as the The Southern African Journal of Information and Communication (SAJIC) from 2000 to 2008, before becoming The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC) in 2009.
Corresponding Editor: Lucienne Abrahams. Submissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
ISSN: 2077-7213 (online version)
ISSN: 2077-7205 (print version)
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Thematic Issue: Scholarly Communication and Opening Access to Knowledge
Thematic Issue: Perspective on a Decade of e-Government in Africa
Thematic Issue: Leadership in the Electronic Age: A Broad Inter-Disciplinary Practice
Thematic Issue: Economic Regulation and Regulatory Performance in the Electronic Communications Sector
Thematic Issue: Informatics and ICT for Development
Thematic Issue: African Intersections between Intellectual Property Rights and Knowledge Access
Thematic Issue: Economic Regulation, Regulatory Performance and Universal Access in the Electronic Communications Sector
Thematic Issue: Informatics and Digital Transformations
Thematic Issue: Knowledge Governance for Development
With Focus Section on Cybersecurity
Articles on data protection, cybersecurity resilience, a proposed “agricultural data commons”, intellectual property approaches to traditional knowledge, legal treatment of ISPs, and discursive constructions.
Articles on social media maturity, teachers’ ICT adoption, microenterprises’ ICT use, insurtech, malware detection, and information security incident management.
Articles on digital terrorism, SMS fraud, machine learning, mHealth, natural language processing, and international telecommunications law and policy.
Thematic Issue: Collaborative Innovation in African Settings
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- 1 advanced persistent threat, data ...
- 1 agricultural data, open data, ins...
- 1 artificial intelligence (AI), Afr...
- 1 behavioural archaeology, telecent...
- 1 breeders’ rights, farmers’ rights...
- 1 call admission control, context-a...
- 1 Cameroon e-laws 2010, e-governmen...
- 1 climate change mitigation, greenh...
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