The Southern African Journal of Infectious Diseases (SAJID) publishes topics on all aspects of infectious diseases, particularly those of importance to the FIDSSA societies. Topics around infection include clinical and epidemiological aspects of communicable diseases, laboratory diagnosis of infections, characterisation of infective agents by molecular techniques and the study of transmission patterns of pathogens in institutional and community settings. View our Editorial Team.

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Reviewer Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
12 December 2019


Southern African Journal of Infectious Diseases – Yesterday, today and tomorrow  
Charles Feldman
12 December 2019

Original Research

Salmonella food-poisoning outbreak linked to the National School Nutrition Programme, North West province, South Africa  
Thejane W. Motladiile, John M. Tumbo, Adrien Malumba, Bolaji Adeoti, Nozizwe J. Masekwane, Oleteng M.R. Mokate, Otsile C. Sebekedi
04 December 2019

Original Research

Tracking the rate of initiation and retention on isoniazid preventive therapy in a high human immunodeficiency virus and tuberculosis burden setting of Lesotho  
Eltony Mugomeri, Dedré Olivier, Wilhelmiena M.J. van den Heever
25 November 2019

Original Research

Combination antiretroviral treatment use in prevention of mother-to-child transmission programmes: 6-week HIV prevalence and relationship to time of antiretroviral treatment initiation and mixed feeding  
Victoria Ndarukwa, Moleen Zunza
25 November 2019