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AD519: South Africans endorse self-reliant development but question free trade and loan conditionalities
South Africans endorse self-reliant development but reject free trade and loan conditionalities.
AD518: Namibians approve of government’s COVID-19 response, but many doubt vaccine safety
More than 4 in 10 say they are unlikely to try to get vaccinated.
AD517: Basotho embrace COVID-19 vaccination but find government assistance lacking
In Lesotho, only 8% of adults say they are unlikely to try to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
AD516: Ties that bind? Evidence of unity and division in 34 African countries
Economic status, rather than ethnicity or religion, is the most common basis of discrimination experienced by Africans.
AD516: Des liens qui unissent ? Des signes d’unité et de division dans 34 pays africains
A travers 34 pays africains, le statut économique, plutôt que l'appartenance ethnique ou la religion, est la base la plus courante de la discriminatio
AD515: Limited access to electricity and digital technologies a barrier to e-learning in Uganda
Limited access to electricity and digital technologies is a barrier to e-learning in Uganda.
AD514: Still lacking reliable electricity from the grid, many Africans turn to other sources
Fewer than half (43%) of Africans enjoy a reliable supply of electricity from the national grid.
AD514: Le réseau électrique n’étant toujours pas fiable, beaucoup d’Africains recourent à d’autres sources
Moins de la moitié (43%) des Africains bénéficient d'un approvisionnement fiable en électricité à partir du réseau national.
AD513: Amid progress on women’s rights, Namibians see gender-based violence as priority issue to address
Namibians see gender-based violence as the most important women’s-rights issue that the government and society must address.
AD512: Perceptions are bad, reality is worse: Citizens report widespread predation by African police
Across Africa, fewer than half (49%) of citizens say they trust the police “somewhat” or “a lot.”