Full IMANI Francophone 2015-2016 Annual Report


 IMANI Francophone was launched with the support of the Open Society Initiatives for West Africa (OSIWA) in June 2014 and currently operates in five West African countries – Togo, Benin, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire and Burkina-Faso with at least one research assistant working on each country. Since its official launch in June 2014, IMANI Francophone has […]

Applications Now Open For 2016 African Students For Liberty West African Regional Conference


 African Students For Liberty is proud to present the second ASFL West African Regional Conference at the Ibadan Business School, Ibadan, Nigeria. Join ASFL from Friday, the 7th of October through Saturday, the 8th of October for a weekend of inspiring lectures, insightful knowledge, and endless networking with pro-liberty students and young professionals from around the world. […]

How South Africa Can Root Out Apartheid Spatial Designs – CDE Report


 South Africa has some of the most modern cities in Africa. In many respects, the cities — Johannesburg, Cape Town, eThekwini, Nelson Mandela Bay, Mangaung, Tshwane, Ekurhuleni and Buffalo City — share characteristics with other world cities: sophisticated social and economic infrastructure and concentrations of economic activity. They are also characterised by considerable inward population […]

INENG Report: Victory For Entrepreneurs On The Expropriation Bill Is Still Possible


  The Expropriation Bill has been referred back to Parliament after President Jacob Zuma heeded calls to revisit the proposed legislation. The President is investing the process followed to adopt the Bill. This includes whether or not Parliament failed to facilitate sufficient consultation with the public, prior to the adoption of the Bill. Ineng entrepreneurs have […]

IMANI 2016 Election Alert: Can Ghana’s Politicians Reduce Inequality in Pre-tertiary Education in Ghana?

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 Inequality is evident in many spheres of life and the education sector is not an exception. Inequality can occur at any level of education and can affect the access that children have to education, as well as the quality of education they receive. Whether inequality affects quality or access, it puts children at a disadvantage.  […]

IMANI Report: Ghana Lost GHȻ3.9 Billion To Financial Recklessness In Two Years

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 A report by think tank IMANI Centre for Policy and Education reveals financial irregularities cost the country GHȻ3,933,608,067.52, from 2012 to 2014 due to failure to adhere to rules and regulations pertaining to debt management. The ‘Fiscal Recklessness Index’ says the figure represents 66.21% of total irregularities over the two-year period. The report also ranks […]

Chevauchee Foundation Wins Inaugural Africa Liberty Award


  The winner of the inaugural Africa Liberty Award is the Namibia-based Chevauchee Foundation, for its “Namibia Schools Reading and Debating Societies” program that introduces the ideas of freedom, Austrian economics, and public choice theory to students in high schools and universities across the country. “For as long as there has been a Namibian State, […]

Independent Entrepreneurship Group (Ineng) To Engage South Africa Parliament’s High Level Panel On Legislation


 Ineng commends South Africa’s Parliament for appointing a High Level Panel with a clear mandate to investigate the impact of legislation Legislation affects entrepreneurs across our country every day. The Panel aims to review legislation to identify laws that require strengthening, review and/or amendments. Ineng will engage with submissions between 16 and 18 August 2016. […]

CDE Executive Director, Ann Bernstein, Speaks On Issues On Inequality And Poverty In South Africa (VIDEO)


 Executive Director of the Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) Ann Bernstein recently appeared on the youth dialogue panel at GIBS in partnership with the Tim Modise Show where she spoke on issues of inequality, poverty and the high youth unemployment rate. Watch the full show below: For 20 years, the Centre for Development and […]