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Corruption in African countries is hindering economic, political and social development. It is a major barrier to economic growth, good governance and basic freedoms, such as freedom of speech or citizens’ right to hold governments to account.

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Afrobarometer Excellence Awards 2019 Zimbabwe’s Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI) heads a list of eight African organizations honoured this week for outstanding contributions to the pan-African research network Afrobarometer. Read more
Citizens speak out about corruption in Africa The 10th edition of the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Africa, reveals that while most people in Africa feel corruption increased in their country, a majority also feel optimistic that they, as citizens, can make a difference in the fight against... Read more
South Africans believe corruption is increasing in the country South Africans believe corruption is increasing in the country. Read more
How good are Africa's elections? Afrobarometer video. Dozens of African countries conduct elections on a regular basis. Read more
Do Africans see progress in government delivery of basic services? Do Africans see progress in government delivery of basic services? Read more
Democracy in Africa: Demand, supply, and the ‘dissatisfied democrat’ Democracy in Africa: Demand, supply, and the ‘dissatisfied democrat’ Read more
Afrobarometer UCT Summer School 2018 The Afrobarometer vision is to create a regularly updated data bank of public opinion surveys in a range of African countries, all sustained by a Network of like-minded and capable African institutions. Read more
Almost half of South Africans say that if elections were held tomorrow, they would vote for the ANC Almost half of South Africans say that if elections were held tomorrow, they would vote for the ANC, according to a new Afrobarometer survey. Read more
African migration: Who’s thinking of going where? About half of two groups that are critical to African countries’ economic future – the young and the highly educated – have considered emigrating in search of greener pastures. Read more

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