Judicial independence in Africa, while still flawed, has increased over the past few years, and some countries are progressing better than others in this direction.

Only two countries in Africa, namely Botswana, and South Africa, were given a score of 100 in Global Integrity Africa’s 2020 indicators, with Namibia and Tunisia close behind with scores of 75.

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