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Botswana’s ruling party enjoys strong lead in pre-election survey Nearly six in 10 survey respondents (57%) said they feel “close to” a political party, while 40% said they do not. Read more
AD322: Gambians with clear message to government: Focus on service delivery Delivering dissatisfaction: Gambians’ list of priorities sends clear message to government – focus on service delivery. Read more
Guineans voice strong support for two-term limit for president More than eight out of 10 Guineans favour a two-term limit on presidential mandates, the most recent national Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more
'Updata-ing' the narrative about African migration Migration has become a staple of the news in many countries, filled with images of desperate Africans fleeing an impoverished continent, poised to descend on the West. Read more
AD321: Is Benin’s democracy living up to its reputation? In Benin, strong majorities say that citizens have to be careful about what they say about politics (66%), which political organizations they join (69%), and how they vote (78%). Read more
AD320: Les services de base et les infrastructures du Niger ne sont pas encore suffisants « Malgré les améliorations, force est de reconnaître que des insuffisances majeures persistent relativement à: (i) la qualité des routes, (ii) la faible couverture du pays en route et (iii) la surcharge sur les routes ». Read more
AD319: Despite freedoms, Cabo Verdeans dissatisfied with democracy as economic performance worsens In Cabo Verde, satisfaction with democracy drops along with approval of government’s economic performance. Read more
AD319: Apesar das liberdades, os Cabo-Verdianos estão insatisfeitos com a democracia na pioria do desempenho econômico O Cabo Verde destaca-se no continente Africano como um paradigma de tolerância e respeito pelos direitos humanos e liberdades fundamentais. Read more
AD318: Batswana report improving gender equality and approve of government efforts In Botswana, more women than men say it is easy to access basic public services. Both women and men say they are generally treated with respect by public officials. Read more

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