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The South African Archaeological Bulletin (SAAB) was established in 1945. It is an internationally renowned journal (ISI & IBSS listed) that publishes on all aspects of African archaeology. It has amongst the highest citation index rating of all world archaeological journals.

Research articles in current issue

RESEARCH ARTICLES

TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT IN TANZANIA: A CASE STUDY OF KALENGA
AND MLAMBALASI SITES IN IRINGA, SOUTHERN TANZANIA
P.M. BUSHOZI  email: pbushozi@gmail.com
 
CHRONOLOGY, STRATIGRAPHY AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF ARTEFACTS AT HOLLOW ROCK SHELTER,
CAPE PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA
J. HÖGBERG email: anders.hogberg@lnu.se
 
CONTACT ROCK ART OF THE EASTERN CAPE AND THIRD SPACES OF ENUNCIATION
L.C. PINTO  email: law@rockart.wits.ac.za
 
KHOESAN ETHNOGRAPHY, ‘NEW ANIMISM’ AND THE INTERPRETATION OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN ROCK ART
C. LOW email: c.low@bathspa.ac.uk
 
SEKURUWE GRAVE RELOCATION: A LESSON IN PROCESS AND PRACTICE
B. SACCAGGI & A.B. ESTERHUYSEN  

The South African Archaeological Bulletin

The South African Archaeological Bulletin is an internationally accredited journal (ISI & IBSS listed) that publishes original, peer-reviewed research articles, field and technical reports, discussion forum contributions and book reviews on all aspects of African archaeology. The Bulletin is issued twice a year, in June and December. Apply for membership.