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Africa Rising? No, Africa Stalled

Cape Town — Africa’s premier survey of the quality of governance across the continent shows that it has not improved in the past four years.

“Overall governance progress in Africa is stalling,” says Mo Ibrahim, the Sudanese-born entrepreneur whose foundation runs the Ibrahim Index of African Governance.

The latest edition of the index, the first to include data from all 54 countries across the continent, was published on Monday. The authors of the new report used data for the four years between 2011 and 2014 to compare progress in different categories of governance, and in different countries.

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Cause for concern as Africa’s governance role models slip up

Another year, another Ibrahim Index of African Governance. The continent’s governance barometer was released on Monday, and its results make for some disturbing reading. If Africa Rising is your thing, look away now.

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African governance survey sends warning signals

Cape Town — Standards of governance in Africa are gradually improving but there are warning signs of backsliding, especially on the economic front, according to the latest edition of the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG), continent’s most authoritative survey of the way its nations are ruled.

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Africa Is Rising But Slowly and Unevenly

Cape Town — Standards of governance are gradually improving across Africa. Although the performance of some nations has deteriorated in fields such as the rule of law, economic opportunity and citizens’ participation in government, every country on the continent has seen at least some improvement in the indicators of human development since the turn of the century.

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