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14Nov
What are personal safety scores of African countries according to the Mo Ibrahim Index?
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The latest release by the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) has pointed 2017 general scores of good governance in African countries. Under the category of Safety and rule of law, the Personal Safety scores consists of six indicators (perception of personal safety, reliability of police services, absence of social unrest, absence of crime, absence of government violence against civilians, absence of human trafficking) from seven data sources which Stake experts gathered for our readers to assess the threat on personal security in African countries at a glance.

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31Oct
Which economic sectors are Chinese loans to African countries invested in?
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A few weeks ago, Stake experts looked into the benefits Chinese companies derive from infrastructure projects in Africa. Another side of the question is what other economic sectors benefit from Chinese investments.

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24Oct
Who are the new African members of the UN HRC?
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The UN General Assembly held on October, 12 the election 18 countries to sit on the Human Rights Council (HRC). On this occasion, 5 of the 13 seats reserved for the African continent were renewed for a 3-year term. Stake experts examines the new composition of African seats at the HRC.

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17Oct
How important is tobacco production to Zimbabwe economy?
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The Central Bank of Zimbabwe announced last week a volume of tobacco sales reaching 237 thousand metric tons this year, raising the country’s growth forecast from 4.5% to 6%. This news (re)highlights the strategic importance of tobacco production in the Zimbabwean economy continually seeking foreign currency. This chart by Stake experts shows the evolution of tobacco production in the country since 2014.

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