African Journal of Business Ethics

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.




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Vol 11, No 1 (2017)

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Table of Contents


A framework for managing and assessing ethics in Namibia: An internal audit perspective PDF
Nolan Angermund, Kato Plant
Responsible business practices: Aspects influencing decision-making in small, medium and micro-sized enterprises PDF
Lynette Cronje, Edmund John Ferreira, Sumei van Antwerpen
Business practices influencing ethical conduct of small and medium-sized enterprises in Uganda PDF
Jamiah Mayanja, Sandra Perks
Inculcating ethics in small and mediumsized business enterprises: A South African leadership perspective PDF
Bryan Michael Robinson, Jacobus Albertus Jonker
An evaluation of the reporting on ethics and integrity of selected listed motor vehicle companies PDF
Anet Magdalena Smit, Elizabeth J Bierman
Faculty reluctance to report student plagiarism: A case study PDF
Adèle Thomas