South African Geographical Journal = Suid-Afrikaanse Geografiese Tydskrif
Taylor & Francis
The South African Geographical Journal was founded in 1917 and is the flagship journal of the Society of South African Geographers. It publishes peer reviewed papers of high academic quality in all areas of geography. The South African Geographical Journal aims at using southern Africa as a region from, and through, which to communicate geographic knowledge and to engage with issues and themes relevant to the discipline. The journal welcomes papers dealing with philosophical and methodological issues and topics of an international scope that are significant for the region and the African continent. Contents include research papers, review articles on current debates/issues, and book reviews.
From Volume 85, Issue 2, 2003 to the latest available issue (Refer to Table of Contents below)