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Rorisang Lekalake

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Rorisang Lekalake is Afrobarometer assistant project manager for Southern Africa, based at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in Cape Town,

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South Africans are demanding more of their leaders, and democracy
16 Feb 2016
External publication
South Africans still committed to national unity despite growing dissatisfaction
20 Apr 2016
External publication
Why East and West Africans are in favour of integration, and others aren’t
2 Jun 2016
External publication
Apathy among young people stands in the way of Africa’s demographic dividend
18 Aug 2016
External publication
Why opposition parties in southern Africa struggle to win power
20 Feb 2017
Policy paper
PP40: Beyond the Arab Spring: Will economic and security challenges further test Tunisia’s democracy?
12 May 2017
Policy paper
PP38: Still no alternative? Popular views of the opposition in Southern Africa’s one-party dominant regimes
2 Feb 2017
Dispatch
AD126: South Africans demand government accountability amid perceptions of growing corruption
2 Aug 2022
Policy paper
PP34: Moins d’engagement, moins d’autonomisation? La participation politique est à la traîne chez les jeunes d’Afrique
12 Aug 2016
Policy paper
PP34: Does less engaged mean less empowered? Political participation lags among African youth, especially women
12 Aug 2016
Policy paper
PP33: Evaluating Botswana’s performance on National Vision 2016
28 Jun 2016
Dispatch
AD101: Youth political engagement in South Africa: Beyond student protests
2 Aug 2022
Policy paper
PP32: Extrémisme violent en Afrique: Perceptions des citoyens du Sahel, du Lac Tchad, de la Corne
7 Jun 2016
Policy paper
PP32: Violent extremism in Africa: Public opinion from the Sahel, Lake Chad, and the Horn
7 Jun 2016
Dispatch
AD100: Threat of violent extremism from a ‘grassroots’ perspective: Evidence from North Africa
2 Aug 2022
Dispatch
AD88: South Africa’s opposition narrows trust gap but still faces mixed perceptions of vision and role
2 Aug 2022
Dispatch
AD84: South Africans generally tolerant but report racial discrimination by employers and courts
2 Aug 2022
Dispatch
AD82: Post-1994 South Africa better than apartheid, but few gains in socioeconomic conditions
2 Aug 2022
Dispatch
AD71: Support for democracy in South Africa declines amid rising discontent with implementation
2 Aug 2022
Policy paper
PP30: Botswana’s democratic consolidation: What will it take?
28 Jan 2016
Dispatch
AD66: South Africans have lost confidence in Zuma, believe he ignores Parliament and the law
2 Aug 2022
Dispatch
AD65: South Africans increasingly dissatisfied with their elected leaders’ performance
2 Aug 2022
Policy paper
PP23: Support for the International Criminal Court in Africa: Evidence from Kenya
14 Aug 2015
Dispatch
AD37: Is Kenya’s anti-terrorist crackdown exacerbating drivers of violent extremism?
2 Aug 2022
Dispatch
AD36: Improving prospects for South Africa’s youth: Education, vocational training still key priorities
2 Aug 2022
Dispatch
AD35: South African youth patriotic, optimistic about national cohesion, but low on civic engagement
2 Aug 2022
Dispatch
AD32: Persisting education disparities threaten to exclude women from the global knowledge economy
3 Jun 2015