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Taking Africa’s democratic temperature as a dozen countries prepare for polls

Surveys shows that the majority of Africans prefer democracy, despite its flaws, to the alternatives

Mo Ibrahim: Africa’s decade of ‘lost opportunity’

The 2018 African governance index was released this week. It’s not good news

Kagame could be the next Mandela ― if he steps down

Mandela served only one term as president. Other African leaders must learn from him

‘No one must be in SA without documentation’― Mashaba

City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba has been criticised for his comments on illegal immigration during an address in Rwanda

Why Sirleaf’s win is a big deal for West Africa

As a West African, the symbolism of Johnson-Sirleaf winning this important prize after four years without a winner is endless

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and the Ibrahim Prize’s exceptional problem

Has the Ibrahim Prize set the bar too high for its own good?

Africa’s future depends on empowering its people today

African countries need to work together to build economic growth with social inclusion and public accountability, writes Jay Naidoo.

No winner for Ibrahim African governance prize again

The Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership has again not been awarded for a fourth time in five years.

Africans see economic gains, democracy losses

Many Africans are enjoying greater access to economic opportunity but are seeing their political rights undermined, said the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.

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Covid-19 and Back to School Webinar

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5G technology is the future

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JTI off to court for tobacco ban: Government not listening to industry or consumers

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