The African Journal of Career Development (AJCD) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that provides a forum for the dissemination of cutting-edge research relating to career development predominantly in Africa (but also to career development elsewhere in the world). The core aim of the AJCD is to promote sustainable decent work for all. Here, decent work is regarded as a basic human right for all those who are willing and able to work. View our Editorial Team.

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Original Research - Special Collection: Advancing career intervention in developing countries

Perspectives of South African Adolescent Girls making decisions for their future  
Gloria Marsay
18 July 2024

Original Research

The need for structured career guidance in a resource-constrained South African school  
Aretha Farao, Marieta du Plessis
17 July 2024

Original Research - Special Collection: Advancing career intervention in developing countries

Emotional intelligence predicting subject-specific academic success: EQ-i Youth in South Africa  
Anneke Stols, Petro Erasmus, Wandile F. Tsabedze
16 July 2024

Original Research

Increasing graduates’ employability skills through rational emotive career coaching  
Mkpoikanke S. Otu, Maximus M. Sefotho
27 May 2024

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Table of Contents Vol 5, No 1 (2023)  
Editorial Office
15 May 2024

Original Research

Curriculum implementation challenges and responses during the COVID-19 pandemic in a rural secondary school in South Africa  
Tholakele C. Dlamini, Free-Queen B. Zulu
08 April 2024

Original Research

Exploring factors that influence students’ career decision making at a South African University  
Maria R. Fernandes, Kamilla V. Rawatlal
29 February 2024

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Shifting professional and personal identities of the cisgender scholar doing LGBT research  
Anthony Brown
23 February 2024

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Dual sport career experiences of student-athletes studying in South Africa and the USA  
Louis J. van Zyl
02 February 2024

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Technical Vocational Education and Training in Uganda: Career guidance and practices  
Doreen Barigye
16 January 2024
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Press Release: Publication of the First Article in Our Special Collection!!


We are excited to announce the release of the first article in our Special Collection, which focuses on Advancing Career Intervention in Developing Contexts for the 21st Century. The article, titled 'Emotional Intelligence Predicting Subject-Specific Academic Success: EQ-i Youth in South Africa,' is authored by Anneke Stols, Petro Erasmus, and Wandile F. Tsabedze. Stay tuned for more insightful contributions to this important discourse to be released in July/August 2024!

Posted: 2024-07-16

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: 2024-05-20 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...

Notification: Exploring the Rich Tapestry of Research History

Embark on a journey through the annals of research history! Our journal's archives hold a wealth of knowledge waiting to be rediscovered. From pioneering studies to timeless insights, explore the foundations of today's discussions. Join us in celebrating research history and uncovering the gems that continue to shape our understanding.  
Posted: 2024-05-16 More...
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