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Stephen Ndoma

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Stephen is the assistant survey manager for Southern Africa

Biography

Stephen Ndoma is Afrobarometer’s Assistant Survey Manager for Southern Africa and a Researcher based in Harare. He is a holder of an MSc in Public Administration and a BSc Honours in Politics and Administration from the University of Zimbabwe. He has more than 10 years of experience in research in the public and civil society sectors. He is a former employee of Harare-based think tank and Afrobarometer Network’s national partner in Zimbabwe, Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI). Stephen possesses skills in both quantitative and qualitative research.

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AD545: Zimbabweans want government to prioritise environmental protection, tighten regulation
24 Aug 2022
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AD537: Zimbabweans look to government for action on climate change
3 Aug 2022
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AD507: Local government councillors and MPs falling short of Zimbabweans’ expectations
9 Feb 2022
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AD500: Lack of trust in government, reliance on social media may drive vaccine hesitancy in Zimbabwe
3 Jan 2022
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AD477: Zimbabweans’ fear of retaliation for reporting corruption compounds ‘pandemic within a pandemic’
16 Sep 2021
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AD472: In Zimbabwe, citizens call for free cross-border movement and open trade
18 Aug 2021
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AD469: Zimbabweans see traditional leaders as influential but want them to stay out of politics
4 Aug 2021
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AD466: Zimbabweans endorse legitimacy of taxation but have difficulty finding out how government uses tax revenues
23 Jul 2021
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AD463: Though alert to its dangers, Zimbabweans embrace social media and demand unrestricted access
12 Jul 2021
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AD458: Zimbabweans endorse government’s COVID-19 response but voice concerns about corruption and lack of assistance
17 Jun 2021
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AD385: COVID-19 lockdown a crisis for informal traders disadvantaged by government inaction
20 Aug 2020
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AD375: Zimbabweans trust police and military, but not enough to criticize them
21 Jul 2020
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AD371: Limited Internet access in Zimbabwe a major hurdle for remote learning during pandemic
30 Jun 2020
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AD367: Radio tops Zimbabweans’ news sources – except for ‘other people’
16 Jun 2020
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AD357: Cash shortages pose a threat to Zimbabwe’s fight against COVID-19
27 Apr 2020
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AD206: Zimbabwe’s MPs, local councillors get poor ratings on responsiveness and performance
16 May 2018
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AD189: Zimbabweans affirm right to government information, but skeptical about access
20 Feb 2018
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AD181: Zimbabweans see progress on women’s rights, applaud government efforts to promote equality
7 Mar 2022
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AD177: Popular trust in national electoral commission a question mark as Zimbabwe enters new era
7 Mar 2022
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AD150: Zimbabweans want open and honest elections, fear political intimidation and violence
31 May 2017
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AD156: Contrary to court ruling, Zimbabweans endorse parental right to physically discipline children
12 Jul 2017
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AD160: Almost half of Zimbabweans have considered emigrating; job search is main pull factor
15 Aug 2017
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AD165: Majority of Zimbabweans want government out of private communications, religious speech
7 Mar 2022
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AD143: Zimbabweans still dissatisfied with the economy and doubt usefulness of bond notes
7 Mar 2022
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AD130: Zimbabweans demand accountability in governance, doubt efficacy of elections
7 Mar 2022
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AD124: In Zimbabwe, tolerance crosses ethnic, religious, national – but not sexual – lines
7 Mar 2022
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AD114: Facing drought, can Zimbabwe improve on history of food shortage, poor management?
7 Mar 2022
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AD113: Zimbabweans strongly favour free cross-border movement but hold mixed views of SADC
7 Mar 2022
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AD108: Zimbabweans support free media as watchdog, question media’s effectiveness and integrity
7 Mar 2022
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AD87: Reaching for equality: Zimbabweans endorse gender equity in politics but say citizens treated unequally before the law
7 Mar 2022
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AD70: Citizen engagement in Zimbabwe at lowest level in a decade
7 Mar 2022
Policy paper
PP25: MDC-T defeat in Zimbabwe: Was it only due to intimidation?
25 Aug 2015
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AD25: Zimbabweans see corruption on the increase but fear consequences of reporting
12 Apr 2015