The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa is dedicated to promoting the concept of transdisciplinary research. It is aimed at creating knowledge with the collaboration of the formal sectors of the natural and human sciences as base. Over and above this, the intention is to focus on levels of knowledge that are to be found at grassroots level. View our Editorial Team.

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Resisting disposability: Survivalist entrepreneurs in South Africa’s informal recycling sector  
Olivia Loots, Palisa G. Ntsala
11 July 2024

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Second-generation Mozambican migrant youth narratives of being born in Limbo in South Africa  
Betty Chiyangwa, Pragna Rugunanan
02 July 2024

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Vol 19, No 1 (2023)  
Editorial Office
28 June 2024

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Beyond neoliberal policies: Blind spots in the Staffing South Africa’s Universities Framework  
Mlamuli N. Hlatshwayo
31 May 2024

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Commerce, labour and happiness: An Existential reading of Adam Smith’s ‘The poor man’s son’  
Mark Rathbone
20 May 2024

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Transboundary COVID-19 response on health communication in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe  
Mark Nyandoro, Takafira Mduluza, Lucy Nyandoro
09 May 2024

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Assessing the integration between disaster risk reduction and urban and regional planning curricula at tertiary institutions in South Africa  
Tiana Koen, Christo Coetzee, Leandri Kruger, Karen Puren
24 April 2024

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Towards a definition of ‘empathic understanding’ in industrial design practice  
Veronica Barnes, L.J. Theo, Vikki Eriksson
11 April 2024

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Exploring Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants’ pedagogical growth in United States universities  
Nhlanhla Mpofu
18 March 2024

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Nurturing youth film literacy: Post-qualitative arts-based inquiry into critical self-awareness  
Wendy Smidt, Zayd Waghid
30 January 2024
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Book Release: IT governance in healthcare: Insights from Dr John Mangundu's book


We're pleased to announce Dr John Mangundu's open-access scholarly book, 'Information technology governance practices and inhibitors in South African private and public health care.'


This book is for scholars in the field of information technological innovation adoption, with a special focus on governance aspects.



You are also welcome to submit your book proposal to AOSIS by downloading the book proposal form from our website for publication consideration.

Posted: 2024-07-05

Notification: Just released

Discover groundbreaking studies and essential reads for your research journey with the live Table of Contents for Vol 19, No 1 (2023) of our publisher's scholarly journal. Stay connected to the latest research developments and enrich your academic pursuits. Explore now!  
Posted: 2024-06-28 More...

Press Release: Exciting update!

Our past two editorials for the Journal of Applied Neurosciences are available! Discover the vision and mission behind our new journal and the innovative research we aim to showcase in neuroscience and other biological underpinnings of human behaviour. Read the insightful editorials by our Editor-in-Chief, Dirk J. Geldenhuys, and learn more about our journey and goals. Check it out here: journalofappliedneurosciences.org  
Posted: 2024-05-21 More...

Press Release: The wait is over!

The wait is finally over! We are proud to introduce the African Journal of Creative Economy, your new go-to source for the latest research and insights in Cultural Economics, Creative Industries, Arts and Culture Management and Cultural Studies and Cultural Policy.  Explore our inaugural editorial by Jeanette D. Snowball and Richard Haines, featuring pioneering studies and expert opinions. Don't miss out on the start of something big! Visit ajce.africa  
Posted: 2024-05-17 More...

Book Release: Discussing African higher education: Pedagogical challenges and pandemic impact


Join us today for a crucial discussion on African higher education, focusing on the open-access book – Recalibrating teacher training in African higher education institutions: A focus on 21st-century pedagogical challenges.



In conversation with co-editors Gideon van Tonder and Washington Takawira Dudu, and esteemed authors, we’ll explore the pandemic’s impact on the African education sector.



View this scholarly book’s contribution by visiting the links below:

·        Watch the video.

·        Read the book.

·        Read the synopsis.



Join us as we tackle pedagogical challenges after the global pandemic.



You are also welcome to submit your book proposal to AOSIS Scholarly Books by downloading the book proposal form from our website for publication consideration.


Posted: 2024-05-17
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