Mo Ibrahim Index: Measuring Governance in Africa

The 2016 Mo Ibrahim Index was released earlier this month.

The index – which provides an annual assessment of governance in African countries – has revealed that governance across the African continent has improved with countries such as Liberia and Ivory Coast being the most improved, but how much of a significant change will this have on the continent?

Click here to read the related article: ‘There is good as well as bad news about the state of governance in Africa’.

SAIIA’s Yarik Turianskyi spoke on SABC’s Channel Africa about the Index and the key governance issues that the index looks at when compiling such a report.

Click here to listen to Yarik’s interview on SABC’s Channel Africa.

11 Oct 2016

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