Preamble: Namibia Journal for Research Science and Technology (NJRST) is a free, expedited, print and online journal of peer-reviewed research and commentary in pure, applied and allied sciences and technology, and humanities and social sciences published by the National Commission for Research Science and Technology (NCRST).


Sciences: The journal reflects the multidisciplinary nature of the field of science and technology. It addresses the needs of multiple, interlocking communities, including methodologists in mathematics, statistics and econometrics; as well as basic and applied scientists in biology, chemistry, physics, public health, medicine, education, mining, geology, computing, food, agriculture and engineering. The journal will strive to enhance the level of methodological rigour in pure and applied sciences and will contribute to the development of methodological standards in the fields of science and technology in Namibia. In pursuing its main objective, the journal will also provide a meeting ground for researchers from a number of traditional disciplines and will foster the development of scientific research and publication especially among younger practitioners.


Humanities and social sciences: As an interdisciplinary publication, NJRST also accepts research articles and critical analyses from disciplines in humanities and social sciences. The scope in these two broad areas will include, but not limited to, linguistics; literature; history; jurisprudence; philosophy; archaeology; religion; ethics; the history, criticism and theory of the arts; education; sociology; psychology; anthropology; economics; political science; geography; media and information studies; development studies; criminology and African studies


NJRST will publish: original research papers; invited papers-with discussion and rejoinder; case studies setting out substantial applications of scientific methodology; review articles, synthesizing and popularizing methodological developments; tutorials; book chapters, book reviews and notices. Special issues will be devoted to papers presented in important workshops and conferences.