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Since South Africa’s transition from apartheid to democracy in 1994, the government’s development plans have focused on redressing racial inequalities in socioeconomic outcomes. Read more
South Africans report racial discrimination by employers and courts
April 15 marked the 20th anniversary of the first hearings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), which sought “to provide for the investigation and the establishment of as complete a picture as possible of the nature, causes and extent of... Read more
Afrobarometer release on the economy, political system, and discrimination. Read more
Résultats du 6ème tour d’Afrobaromètre. Read more
Selon la plus récente enquête d’Afrobaromètre au Sénégal, la proportion de citoyens confrontés aux manques de nourriture, d’eau potable, de soins médicaux, et de combustible pour la cuisson a baissé alors que ceux qui manquent de revenu monétaire reste... Read more
Almost half of Africans go without needed health care, and one in seven have to pay bribes to obtain needed care, according to new findings from Afrobarometer. Read more
D’après la plus récente enquête Afrobaromètre, les Gabonais estiment majoritairement non seulement que le pays va dans la mauvaise direction, mais que les conditions économiques ne vont pas s’améliorer au cours des 12 mois à venir. Read more
By Rorisang Lekalake, Afrobarometer's assistant project manager for Southern Africa, based at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) in Cape Town, South Africa. Read more
Rorisang Lekalake
Almost half of Africans go without enough clean water for home use, and a majority have to leave their compounds in order to access water, according to new findings from Afrobarometer. Read more
Les coupures d’électricité rotatives peuvent défrayer la chronique; l’absence complète d'infrastructures électriques pas souvent. Tous ces deux phénomènes découlent du déficit en énergie électrique de l'Afrique, un obstacle important au... Read more

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