About African Electronic Journals (SA ePublications)
Sabinet has been offering an aggregation service to the Southern African publishing community since 2001, and it has developed into the most comprehensive, searchable collection of full-text electronic African journals in the world (including reviews and studies), covering subjects such as business, education, humanities, science, medical and health sciences, law and theology. These journals represent research carried out in Africa and the content is not restricted to information about Africa.
All of the electronic journals are made available through a single search interface and platform.
In addition, Sabinet introduced a large collection of African open access journals in 2008.
All of the more than 300 journal titles that make up our electronic journals service are included in the Full Collection and all organisations or individuals that subscribe to the Full Collection will have access to the full text of all the journals.
Journals are also grouped by subject into one of six subject collections. Subscribers have the option of subscribing to one or more subject collections instead of to the Full Collection. The subject collections are:
- Business & Finance
- Social Sciences & Humanities
- Science, Technology & Agriculture
- Medical & Health Sciences
The journal publisher indicates into which of the six subject collections their journal/s should be placed.