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.
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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. It is currently edited under a memorandum of agreement with ASAPA, the Association of Southern African Professional Archaeologists. The Bulletin is issued automatically to paid-up members twice a year, in June and December.

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RESEARCH ARTICLES IN CURRENT ISSUE

ZULU BRASS: DISTINGUISHING IMPORTED FORMS FROM LOCALLY REWORKED PRODUCTS
N. MARITZ

THE ORIGINS OF MUSENGEZI: LOCAL VERSUS CENTRAL AFRICAN
T.N. HUFFMAN

OSTRICH EGGSHELL ISOTOPE DATA FROM BUNDU FARM, SOUTH AFRICA, AND NEW EVIDENCE ON MIDDLE STONE AGE ENVIRONMENTS IN THE UPPER KAROO
P. KIBERD & A. PRYOR

METHODOLOGICAL PROTOCOLS FOR UNDERSTANDING DECOMPOSED MUD WALL RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES IN OYO-ILE (c. 1570–1837), NIGERIA
A. OGUNDIRAN, O. MOYIB, K.C. DARAOJIMBA & E. ADEARA