SAIIA Book Chat: African accountability, what works and what doesn’t

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A new book by SAIIA, ‘African Accountability: What Works and What Doesn’t?’, focuses on political and social developments to assess the current state of governance and accountability in Africa. We spoke to Steven Gruzd and Yarik Turianskyi, editors of the book, for a short overview of what it covers. Full details and how to order the book: http://www.saiia.org.za/multimedia/bo…

15 Dec 2016

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