Information For Authors
Interested in submitting to this journal? We recommend that you review the About the Journal page for the journal's section policies, as well as the Author Guidelines. Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting or, if already registered, can simply log in and begin the five-step process.
Notes to contributors (see template style sheet and reference guidelines on the last pages of this issue)
Manuscripts, in English, not exceeding 15 pages (8000 words) in 1.5 spacing and 12pt font should be submitted electronically to the editor as a Microsoft Word attachment. Images (such as photographs, graphics, figures and diagrams) are welcome but the author(s) should secure the copyright of using images not developed by the author. A summary/abstract in anyone of the official South African languages must be included. Contributors are encouraged to submit articles written in a clear, reader-friendly style.
The Editorial accommodate peer reviewed articles and practical hands-on articles. However, it’s only the peer- reviewed articles that are acknowledged by the DHET for being accredited and valid for subsidy purposes.
Please note that authors are expected to provide written proof that the language and style of both the abstract and the manuscript were professionally edited before submitting the final approved manuscript to Yesterday&Today. Six to ten keywords should be included in the manuscript. For more information, see the “Template guidelines for writing an article” and “The footnote or Harvard reference methods – some guidelines” on the last pages of the journal.
The footnote or Harvard reference methods are prescribed for article contributions to the journal. Also refer to the last pages of this publication and the most recent issue of the journal available on the SASHT’s website: http//www.sashtw.org.za for more information. The use of the correct citation methods and the acknowledgement of all consulted sources is a prerequisite. One complimentary hard copy of an issue will be sent to contributory authors of articles.