The African Journal of Business Ethics (AJoBE) is the official journal of the Business Ethics Network (BEN) Africa. It was established in 2005 with the express purpose of promoting business ethics scholarship on the African continent. The journal is open access, and is accredited with the International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS). We aim to publish three editions of the journal yearly.
We invite scholars and practitioners to submit speculative philosophical papers, opinion papers, theoretical papers, empirical research reports (both quantitative and qualitative), as well as book reviews.
Article Fee Information
As of 1 April 2015, South African authors will be charged a standard rate of R1000 per article for publication in the African Journal of Business Ethics (AJoBE). The new article fee is part of a larger plan to ensure the financial sustainability of AJoBE. The article fee is only applicable for accepted articles (i.e. once your article has been approved for publication, you will be invoiced, and your article will only be placed on receipt of the fee).
Since AJOBE is an accredited journal, the fee is fully recoupable via publication subsidies issued by the South African Department of Education. Due to the fact that research is not necessarily subsidised by the governments of other countries, the standard charge of R1000 per article is not applicable to international scholars or scholars from other African countries.
New Website for AJoBE
Welcome to the new home of the African Journal of Business Ethics!
Please make use of our online submission system!
New users can register, whereafter they will have the option to submit a manuscript.
Existing users can log on here or enter their username and password on the right side of this page.
Vol 9, No 1 (2015)
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Table of Contents
|Executive Remuneration in South Africa: Key Issues Highlighted by Shareholder Activists|
|Reviewing State-Owned Entities’ Governance Landscape in South Africa|
|Modimowabarwa Hendrick Kanyane, Kombi Sausi|
|How South African societal and circumstantial influences affect the ethical standards of prospective South African Chartered Accountants|
|The power of the fish is in the water|
|Reading on a jet plane: Business Ethics & Other Paradoxes|