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Zimbabweans say November 2017 military intervention was needed but want military out of politics Most Zimbabweans see the military intervention that led to the resignation of President Robert Mugabe as either “the right thing to do” or “wrong but necessary,” according to a new national survey by Afrobarometer partner Mass Public Opinion Institute (... Read more
Findings from a pre-election baseline survey in Zimbabwe: April/May 2018 Country direction: A majority of Zimbabweans say the country is going in the wrong direction. Read more
Most Zimbabweans registered and ready to vote; in presidential race, ZANU-PF holds tentative lead amid large unknowns Most Zimbabweans are registered and ready to vote in July, but while the ruling ZANU-PF appears to have a lead among declared voters, the outcome is far from certain, according to a new survey by Afrobarometer partner Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI... Read more
AD212: Basotho favour multi-sector reforms as support for elections ebbs Reform in Lesotho: Basotho want more power for the King, less politics by security forces, and return to a majoritarian electoral system. Read more
AD211: Malians split on role of Islam in country, but majority feel politicians use religion to rule Islam in Mali: Citizens split on Islam’s role, but majority feel politicians use religion to rule. Read more
Namibia summary of results (2017) Summary of results for Namibia (2017) Read more
AD210: Climate change, government management pose challenges in agriculture-dependent Malawi Feeding Malawi: Climate change, government management pose challenges in agriculture-dependent country. Read more
Open letter to African leaders: 157 CSOs demand an end to corruption now! Combatting corruption in Africa. Read more
Time for Africa to move from talk to action in anti-corruption fight Statement by Ghana Center For Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana). Read more
AD209: Providing basic public services remains a challenge for Namibia’s government Basic services: Providing key public services remains a challenge for Namibia’s government. Read more

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