Zimbabwe has been ranked 46 out of 52 in the 2014 Ibrahim Index of African governance beating only the Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea-Bissau, Eritrea, Central African Republic and Somalia. Zimbabwe scored only 38 points while Somalia stood at only 8.6 points. The countries are measured on four major categories: safety and rule of law; participation and human rights; sustainable economic opportunity; and human development but they have 14 sub-categories. Mauritius topped the list followed by Cape Verde, Botswana, South Africa and Seychelles. Mauritius scored 81.7 points.