The Southern African Journal of Information and Communication (SAJIC) is an academic journal that was published from 2000 to 2008 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), it is the precursor to today's The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC). As with AJIC, SAJIC is an interdisciplinary, open access journal concerned with Africa’s participation in the information society and digital network economy.
ISSN: 2077-5040 (online version)
ISSN: 1607-2235 (print version)
Collections in this community
Articles on surveillance law and privacy rights, telecommunications policy and regulation, telecentres, African women in cyberspace, and communications in local government development initiatives
Articles on e-commerce in Africa, policies of surveillance, institutional arrangements for communications policy and regulation, universal access, and the Next Generation Network.
Articles on building network knowledge economies, B2B e-commerce, telecommunications reform and poverty alleviation, evolution of telecommunications policy reforms, technical and policy advances in rural telecommunications, the international ICT and development discourse, convergence regulation
Articles on spectrum commons, Internet governance, e-services and the VANS sector, rural connectivity, technological learning in African telecoms firms, assessing capabilities for e-government
Articles on ICT for development, universal access, ICT rankings of African countries, media policy and convergence, ICT regulation in Kenya
Articles on universal access, broadband deployment, regulatory challenges of convergence, educational informatics
Thematic Issue: Intellectual Property Rights and Creating an African Digital Information Commons
Thematic Issue: Broadband Development in South Africa and Belgium
Articles on infrastructure industry reforms, mobile access and usage, media discourse analysis of MXit, computer networks in higher education, African regulatory authority benchmarking