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Majority of Africans Unhappy With Anti-Corruption Efforts

A study finds a majority of Africans are displeased by government efforts to fight corruption, and that many are still paying bribes to get basic services.In the study by the independent research firm Afrobarometer, 56 percent of those surveyed said their governments are doing a poor job of battling corruption. Nigeria, Egypt and Zimbabwe got the worst ratings, while Malawi, Lesotho and Botswana got the best.About 30 percent reported paying a bribe at least once in the past year, often to...

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