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Increasingly non-partisan, majority of South Africans willing to trade elections for security, housings, jobs. Read more
Corruption ranks third among the most important problems that Tunisian citizens want the government to address. Read more
La corruption au Cameroun: Les citoyens sont conscients de leur rôle dans la lutte contre ce fléau, mais hésitent à s’y engager. Read more
Au Togo, la corruption est l’un des facteurs majeurs compromettant la lutte contre la pauvreté, selon la Banque Mondiale (2018). Étant donné les effets néfastes de la corruption sur le développement économique, le gouvernement togolais a mis en place la... Read more
Yes and no: Liberians approve of President Weah but are critical of government performance on the economy. Read more
La représentativité au Gabon: Les citoyens décrient le manque d’écoute et les performances des élus locaux et parlementaires. Read more
Rights in Lesotho: Citizen views on police abuse, media and personal freedom, gender equality. Read more
Necessary evil? Seven years in, Kenyans divided over military action in Somalia. Read more
AD240: Ill-prepared? Health-care service delivery in Zimbabwe
Zimbabweans critical of government performance on basic health care. Read more
Accountability in Lesotho: Citizens support limits on executive power, transparency in use of public information. Read more