South African Journal of Science
The South African Journal of Science is a multidisciplinary journal published bimonthly by the Academy of Science of South Africa. Our mandate is to publish original research with an interdisciplinary or regional focus, which will interest readers from more than one discipline, and to provide a forum for discussion of news and developments in research and higher education. Authors are requested to write their papers and reports in a manner and style that is intelligible to specialists and non-specialists alike. Research contributions, which are peer reviewed, are of three kinds: Review Articles, Research Articles and Research Letters.
Published by Academy of Science of South Africa.
|Household food waste disposal in South Africa: A case study of Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni||Journal Article||Suzan Oelofse Aubrey Muswema Fhumulani Ramukhwatho Suzan Oelofse Aubrey Muswema Fhumulani Ramukhwatho||2018|
|Metal accumulation in the Klip River wetland: Attenuation of pollution arising from acid mine drainage by a natural wetland on the Witwatersrand||Journal Article||Marc S. Humphries Terrence S. McCarthy Letitia Pillay Marc S. Humphries Terrence S. McCarthy Letitia Pillay||2016|
|The Magnitude and Spatial Distribution of In-use Copper Stocks in Cape Town, South Africa||Journal Article||Van Beers and Graedel Van Beers, D and Graedel, TE||2003|
|Provenance studies for stone from the Castle gateway, Cape Town||Journal Article||Hall and Moore Hall, M, Miller, D and Moore, J||1993|