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

Adequacy of career progression instructions in influencing promotions of commissioned officers in the Zambia Defence Force  
Emmanuel Sithole, Clever Madimutsa, Mulenga C. Bwalya
24 May 2023

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Internal career orientations guidance for emerging adults in a university of technology  
Margaret M. Ngope, Melinde Coetzee
19 May 2023

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Vol 4, No 1 (2022)  
Editorial Office
31 December 2022

Reviewer Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
12 December 2022

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Their stories: Children, exemplary models and career narratives  
Hande Sensoy-Briddick, William C. Briddick
12 December 2022

Original Research - Topical Collection: Looking through a 'hope- and purpose-enhancing career development' lens

‘Indlela ibuzwa kwabaphambili’: Using indigenous knowledge practices to support first-year first-generation African students in their career transition to higher education  
Boitumelo M. Diale
30 September 2022

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Priorities in 21st century career counselling: Implications for counselling psychology training  
Kamilla V. Rawatlal
28 September 2022

Original Research

Efficacy of career guidance and counselling among secondary schools in Uganda  
Anne T. Otwine, Leonsio Matagi, John M. Kiweewa, Herbert E. Ainamaani
22 September 2022

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Psychometric properties of the South African Career Interest Inventory – Short  
Brandon Morgan
22 July 2022

Original Research - Topical Collection: Looking through a 'hope- and purpose-enhancing career development' lens

Affect as a predictor of occupational engagement, career adaptability and career decidedness  
Paul J. Hartung, Jeannine M. Taylor, Brian J. Taber
11 July 2022
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 Press Release: Online Resource & News Portal - Department of Health, Republic of South Africa

Visit www.sacoronavirus.co.za for up to date information about the COVID-19 Pandemic. Hotline: 0800 029 999 | WhatsApp: 0600-123456  
Posted: 2022-01-27

Call for Book Submissions: Submit your book proposals on sustainable energy solutions today


AOSIS Scholarly Books invites established and emerging scholars to submit book proposals focused on UNESCO’s Sustainable Development Goals 7 and 9. We're looking for in-depth analysis and practical solutions based on sound research and data. Your proposals will lay the foundation for accomplishing UNESCO's Agenda for Sustainable Development by 2030, creating a more sustainable world. Read more . Download our book proposal form at https://bit.ly/3WHK1sn or email us at books@aosis.co.za to submit your proposal. Let's work together towards a brighter future!

Posted: 2023-05-31

Book Release: AOSIS Books Releases 'Perspectives on comprehensive internationalisation of higher education'


Discover the latest publication from AOSIS Books: 'Perspectives on Comprehensive Internationalisation of Higher Education'. Edited by Nirmala Dorasamy and Gift Mugano. This publication is a contribution to the competitiveness, sustainability, and contribution of international higher education to educational development. The Durban University of Technology publishes this book in partnership with AOSIS. The book is available for download in open access PDF format at https://bit.ly/3p21NKg. A physical copy can be purchased at https://bit.ly/3LqA1hP, and ePub version at https://bit.ly/44cxD70.

Posted: 2023-05-15

Book Release: AOSIS Books publishes ‘Environmental ergonomics’ by Sasi Gangiah


AOSIS Books is delighted to announce the publication of ‘Environmental ergonomics: Commercial kitchens in a semi-tropical city’ by author Sasi Gangiah. You can now download the open access PDF here: https://bit.ly/3njz3Mq

The book is also available for purchase in both physical and digital formats! To get your copy of the book, please visit the following links:

The book contributes to understanding the environmental ergonomics of restaurant kitchens and the challenges thereof in a semi-tropical city. This book is published by the Durban University of Technology, South Africa, in partnership with AOSIS. Watch the video below to learn about this book’s contribution to the specific scientific discourse.

Posted: 2023-05-24
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