Africa in Fact: Issue 44

Big cities are changing how Africans live

Big cities are changing how Africans live

Big cities appear to have a positive impact on food security and access to drinking water, but they also have a reconfiguring effect on families African cities are on the rise, and the impact of these is only starting to be understood. While many penetrating insights...

EDITORIAL: Africa’s Megacities: boom or bust

EDITORIAL: Africa’s Megacities: boom or bust

Regular readers of Africa in Fact will recall our edition on local government (April 2016), which established a new template for the journal, with more space for articles and an attractive design based on high-quality photography and useful infographics. Following...

The politics of service delivery in African cities

The politics of service delivery in African cities

Due to the economic relevance and growing concentration of voters in African cities, these territorial entities represent sites of intense political competition Urbanisation represents one of the main demographic transformations confronting sub-Saharan Africa today,...

Welcome to the digital edition of Africa in Fact, the journal of Good Governance Africa.

Africa in Fact is available as a print publication or online and enjoys a diverse readership that includes politicians, the media, diplomats, business people and academics.

The aim of the publication is to support the work of decision makers in a range of sectors in understanding and measuring governance across the African continent in the 21st century.

Contributors include leading writers and analysts – all experts in their field – from across Africa and further afield.

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