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The South African Journal of Information Management explores the latest developments and trends in information and knowledge management to offer research that can be used to further the application of sound information and knowledge management practices.

Editor-in-Chief: Chris Rensleigh, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Forging Partnerships in the Knowledge Ecosystem to serve Competitive Intelligence in 2016

This aim of this issue is to stimulate new research in the knowledge ecosystem which serves CI by providing a forum for authors to report on new advances and findings on how knowledge ecosystems can support the role and function of CI.

If your research fits this description and is aimed at the improvement of knowledge ecosystem which serves CI, we are very interested in receiving your submission. Read Call for Papers >>

Latest articles

 
Original Research
Use of Web 2.0 by students in the Faculty of Information Science and Communications at Mzuzu University, Malawi
Winner D. Chawinga, Sandy Zinn
Vol 18, No 1 (2016), 12 pages
 
Published: 2016-05-27

 
Original Research
Measuring the success of business-intelligence systems in South Africa: An empirical investigation applying the DeLone and McLean Model
Taurayi Mudzana, Manoj Maharaj
Vol 17, No 1 (2015), 7 pages
 
Published: 2016-02-04

 
Original Research
Comparative case study on website traffic generated by search engine optimisation and a pay-per-click campaign, versus marketing expenditure
Wouter T. Kritzinger, Melius Weideman
Vol 17, No 1 (2015), 12 pages
 
Published: 2016-02-04

 
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ISSN: 2078-1865 (print) | ISSN: 1560-683X (online)


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