The Governance Report
Ahead of Zambia's 12 August elections, GGA's Chris Maroleng interviews the new president of the late Kenneth Kaunda's United National Independence Party (UNIP), Bishop Trevor Mwamba, asking him, 'will the coming elections be free and fair?' Click on the video below to...
Even before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, persons living with disabilities in Cameroon had a peculiar problem – they lacked adequate social support and service delivery.
Good Governance Africa SADC Executive Director, Chris Maroleng joined Newsroom Afrika's Cathy Mohlahlana to discuss recent events in Zimbabwe and...
Zimbabweans are calling for an end to the predatory, rapacious and brutal military regime that has thrown their country into despair and misery...
On 28 May, Ethiopia marked the 29th anniversary of the fall of a military Marxist government in May 1991. It was also a day when the country marked its highest increase in the number of people who have contracted the COVID-19 virus since the first case was reported in March this year.
As of 25 May this year, a total of 8,068 cases of COVID-19 were recorded in 34 of Nigeria’s 36 states, as well as in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Only two states had no officially recorded cases at the time: Kogi State in the country’s middle belt region and Cross River State in the south.
Last Tuesday, President Paul Biya emerged from wherever he was to talk to his people in a televised address broadcast over state media. It was the first time in two months Biya was speaking on the coronavirus, even as it had killed some 140 of his compatriots.
How African governments go about the challenges of dealing with the pandemic will shape the future of the continent for many years. In this Africa in Fact series of blogs, six of our correspondents across the continent will report over the next twelve weeks on aspects of their governments’ policies and actions.
Here you’ll find up-to-date Covid-19 stats provided by the WHO COVID-19 DASHBOARD and in-depth reporting on the governance around Covid-19
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