Journal Description

Basic Information

The Southern African Business Review is a refereed and accredited scientific journal of the College of Economic and Management Sciences of the University of South Africa (Unisa). The journal was first published in 1997 to serve as a vehicle for the publication and dissemination of research of a high standard in the fields of the economic and management sciences. The Southern African Business Review is an open access journal and as from 2008,  published only in electronic form.
The SA Business Review offers an accredited forum for academic writing and reporting on relevant fields in the economic and management sciences.
Represents an avenue for the expression of independent opinion.
Provides a medium for the wider dissemination of academic information relative to economic and management sciences.
Strives towards providing a meaningful forum for the publication of the research findings of researchers active in these disciplines, regardless of the affiliations of such researchers.
Aims towards the publication of research articles of outstanding academic quality.  Such articles shall bear testimony to the insight of the author(s) into the nature and objective of the research, the relevant literature and other scientific sources.

ISSN 1998-8125


The African Law Library is in the process of gathering all the articles of The Southern African Business Review from 1997 to the present, harvested from the University of South Africa repository.


Southern African Business Review, College of Economic and Management Sciences, University of South Africa retains the copyright of the material published.

Website of Southern African Business Review

Subjects AfricanLawLibrary

  • Company Law
  • Competition
  • Insolvency
  • Intellectual Property
  • Finance
    • Tax
  • Governance and Transparency
    • Corruption
    • Public Sector
    • Private Sector
  • Sources of Law (Secondary)
    • Serials
  • Property and Succession
    • Property
  • Trade and Industry
    • Mining
    • Trade Law