The 2018 Ibrahim Index of African Governance by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation shows that education does not meet the requirements of the job market. The young generation on the continent is on average better educated but less employed than the generation of their parents.
Women and Children the Big Losers When Governance is Measured
allAfrica, 6 November 2018
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has released 2018's Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG). It is the foundation's 12th annual edition since it was launched in 2007. This index shows… Read more »
How to Transform an Index Into Better Governance
allAfrica, 4 November 2018
The publication of this year's Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) highlights the importance of both state and non-state actors in countries across the continent taking… Read more »
Striving for Good Governance
SAnews.gov.za, 2 November 2018
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Zweli Mkhize says rooting out corruption remains the cornerstone of achieving good governance. Read more »
Mauritius in the Top 20 According to World Bank's Doing Business 2019 Report
Government of Mauritius, 1 November 2018
Mauritius consolidates and accentuates its lead as number one in Africa as regards Ease of Doing Business and progresses five places worldwide to take the 20th place among 190… Read more »
Governance Index Scores Nigeria, Others Low On Economy
Guardian, 31 October 2018
Some economic experts have said the 2018 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) has affirmed the prevailing unemployment and poor economies in Nigeria and a good number of… Read more »
Africa Improves in Wealth Creation but Not Opportunity
The Journalist, 31 October 2018
African governance has improved by 1.0 index point this year and overall GDP by nearly 40%. Despite this, many governments have failed to translate growing wealth into increased… Read more »
Progress on governance across the continent is slow, and the decline in education is worrying but great strides are being made on healthcare, according to the Mo Ibrahim ... Read more »
Public services in Africa are critical to the continent's future but are currently under-resourced and struggling to cope with rapidly growing populations. These were among the key ... Read more »
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