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Parents have right to physically discipline their kids, majority of Zimbabweans say. Read more
Au Burkina, les opinions post-2014 mises a l’epreuve avec les procédures judiciaires enclenchées contre l'ancien president. Read more
Though an economic magnet, South Africa is still grappling with serious problems of crime and violence. Read more
Report in French: Agricultural production and quality of life are suffering, citizens say. Read more
Despite broad support for women’s equality and opportunities, women continue to trail men in political participation in Malawi. Read more
Later this year, after 12 years in office, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will step down as president of Liberia and Africa’s first female head of state, having completed her maximum of two terms. Read more
The most recent national elections in Malawi (2014) were highly contested, and the results were heavily disputed. Read more
Popular distrust, perceptions of corruption mark country’s judicial system. Read more
A one-term limit for presidents? In Benin, citizens prefer a maximum of two. Read more
Opposition supporters and uncommitted citizens favour opposition parties working together. Read more