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In Tanzania, a civil society organisation challenged an electoral law that allowed political candidates to give gifts to voters (“takrima”). This was challenged because it facilitated corruption, leading candidates to start buying votes. The Tanzanian High Court found that the electoral law violated the rights to equal treatment and non-discrimination regarding political participation in the […]
SERAP, a human rights organisation, brought a case against the Nigerian Government and Nigeria’s Universal Basic Education Commission to The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Court of Justice. A key part of the complaint was that the Universal Basic Education Commission, which was responsible for funding basic education in Nigeria, had mismanaged the national […]
In South Africa, the government decided to abolish an independent anti-corruption body and replace it with a body that wasn’t independent from the government. This was challenged for being unconstitutional. The South African Constitutional ruled that the decision to abolish an independent anti-corruption body undermined the effective investigation into corruption and violated the government’s duty […]