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

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

Africa governance gains hampered by security, job fears — study

The annual Ibrahim Index of African Governance also pointed to a deteriorating business climate and poor job creation

Obama to deliver 2018 Mandela lecture

The annual lecture will this year be held on July 17, the day before what would have been Mandela’s 100th birthday

SA ranks 4th in Ibrahim Index of African Governance

The overall governance showed a mild improvement in participation of human rights, sustainable growth and human development.

Mo Ibrahim: Zimbabwe should be African powerhouse

Advocate Mo Ibrahim says Zimbabwe should be a powerhouse in Africa but its stagnant political leadership under Robert Mugabe is holding it back.

It’s up to everyone: Jay Naidoo defends Mo Ibrahim decision

Africa's future will hinge on the continent's citizens taking a proactive role in governance, and not individual leaders alone, says Jay Naidoo.

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.

African prize for leadership fails to find a winner

For the second year, it has proved impossible to find a winner worthy of an award for improving the continent's "quality of human life".

Is Africa underpopulated?

In December, shortly after the participants in a UN conference on family planning had broken up in Kampala, Africa's billionth baby was born.

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