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Access to justice? Citizen distrust, perceptions of corruption mark Sierra Leone’s court system. Read more
Kenyans see gains in women’s equality, but support still uneven – especially among men. Read more
Kenya and the other member states of the East African Community (EAC) are doing considerably better economically than most countries in sub-Saharan Africa (IMF, 2017). Read more
AD168: Amid declining trust in IEC, Batswana skeptical of electronic voting but favour other reforms
As Botswana approaches 2019 elections that will determine President Ian Khama’s successor and challenge the half-century rule of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) a bill requiring the use of electronic voting machines has sparked increasing controversy... Read more
La majorité des Ivoiriens désapprouvent la performance du gouvernement dans la lutte anti-corruption – hausse de 18 points depuis 2013. Read more
Accès limité à la justice: Préjugés, corruption, et complexité empêchent les Maliens de jouir de la justice. Read more
Disrupted schooling leaves Liberian generation low on job prospects and democratic faith Read more
Majority of Zimbabweans favour protecting private communications, free movement, religious speech against govt interference. Read more
Local government services in South Africa: Councillors and citizens are critical links in overcoming persistent inequities Read more
Zambians praise government performance in promoting opportunities and equality for women. Read more

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