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Effects of document format types and employees' attitudes towards documents creation and records management

Strategies for preservation of digital records in Masvingo province of Zimbabwe

Towards a framework for e-records readiness in support of e-government in eSwatini

A framework for e-records in support of e-government implementation in the Tanzanian public service

Risks associated with cloud computing in pursuit of effective records management

A framework for acquisition, transfer and preservation of knowledge of traditional healing in South Africa: a case of Limpopo province

The archives of the Catholic Church in South Africa

Access to government information: a global phenomenon but what are the challenges?

Implications of records management policy for the small and medium enterprises sustainability in Raymond Mhlaba municipality in South Africa

A service delivery improvement strategy for a records management programme

Assessing the implementation of the National Archives and Records Service Act at Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique

A proactive and holistic information management approach is crucial to e-government development

Towards implementing a records management policy at the National University of Science and Technology

The role of records management professionals in the national health information system and e-health in hospitals in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Accessibility and security of digital records in the Office of the Premier in Eastern Cape, South Africa

Towards a uniform strategy for taking archives to the people in South Africa

Establishing a lasting solution to collection development policy challenges for audiovisual archives to enhance access in Zimbabwe

Good government and good governance: record keeping in a contested arena

Critical success factors in electronic document and records management systems implementation at the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Botswana

Management of email as electronic records in state universities in Zimbabwe: findings and implications for the National Archives of Zimbabwe

Perceptions of user studies as a foundation for public programming activities by archivists from east and southern Africa

Public programming in the archival literature: revelations from a content analysis of the subject matter

Recordkeeping in Zimbabwe in colonial and post-independence contexts

Minorities and the Zimbabwean archival endeavour

‘Pushing the boundaries of interpretation’: The link between the nature and purpose of missionary records and the underutilisation of the Roman Catholic missionary archives on south-western Zimbabwe

A historical account of backlog challenges at National Archives of Zimbabwe and the access implications

Assessment of the Appraisal Practices of Architectural Records at the Gaborone City Council in Botswana

Promoting the Inter- Generational Equity Principle Through Archival Reference Services

Archives as a Bridge Between Memory and Society: The Role of Archives in Resolving Chieftainship Wrangles in Zimbabwe

Access to Archives at the National Archives of Namibia

Archives as Extended Memory of Communities: The Case of Dandawa Chiefdom in Hurungwe District, Zimbabwe

Role of Public Archivists and Records Managers in Governance and Local Development under a Democratic Dispensation

Policy, Legal and Regulatory Framework for Records Management in the Kenyan Judiciary

Records Management Practices in the Zambian Pension Industry

Tracing colonial and postcolonial recordkeeping in Zimbabwe

Access to archives in South Africa in the first twenty years of democracy: is there transformation or deformation?

Eternal memory or holy amnesia? Preservation of, and access to records and archives of African independent churches in South Africa

Religious archives in the East and Southern Africa Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives (ESARBICA) region: their importance and the need for a national framework

Using church records at the archives of the Anglican Diocese of Natal to trace indigenous ancestry: exploring the ethical barriers

Socioeconomic determinants of e-government adoption in selected districts of Tanzania

Towards the adoption of e-justice in South Africa and the developing world: prospects and challenges

Ethical dimension of indigenous knowledge systems

An evaluation on the impact of provision of indigenous knowledge to local communities of the Chikuni Mission Community of Monze-Zambia

Going against the grain: questioning the role of archivists and librarians in the documentation and preservation of indigenous knowledge

Blending qualitative and quantitative research methods in library and information science in sub-Saharan Africa

Towards a harmonised protection of indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) in the Southern African Development Community (SADC): One step at a time

Disaster risk communication: A dichotomous approach incorporating indigenous knowledge systems

Contribution of record-keeping to audit opinions: An informetrics analysis of the general reports on audit outcomes of the Auditor-General of South Africa

An informetrics study of the cited references in archival research in sub-Saharan Africa: A measure of the archival researchers' preferences?

An assessment of the National Archives of Zimbabwe’s Gweru Records Centre

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