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Some of my very best friends are white ...
Some of my very best friends are white ...
... and they still don't have a clue, writes Zama Ndlovu, who sees herself as black middle class but is still struggling to prove her worth.
Class, race and the new native
Class, race and the new native
South Africa today suffers a confusion between the rule of the people, the rule of law and the rule of property.
Buckets, pits and poverty: How the other half defecates
Buckets, pits and poverty: How the other half defecates
Life with pit latrines and the bucket system was meant to be a hallmark of the most rural of existences. But Tiisetso Makube found it in his backyard.
What it's like to be young, black and in the middle
What it's like to be young, black and in the middle
Oupa Nkosi interviewed – and photographed – some of those whose salaries are supposedly taking them closer to the good life.
Alexandra, Sandton and bridging the economic divide
Alexandra, Sandton and bridging the economic divide
The historically divided suburbs of Alexandra and Sandton will soon have a bridge to link them. This time utilitarianism might win out over symbolism.
Clifton: Of baba ganoush and bungalows
Clifton: Of baba ganoush and bungalows
Life among the one-percenters of the Cape Town suburb of Clifton is a beach, not a bitch.
Wealth division in SA and around the world
Wealth division in SA and around the world
French economist Thomas Piketty sees the source of the 2008 financial crash in the unsustainable levels of inequality that characterises capitalism.
Told you so: Quotes on wealth, poverty, inequality and class
Told you so: Quotes on wealth, poverty, inequality and class
What the great and the good have had to say about class throughout history.
Living on the margins of the South African dream
Living on the margins of the South African dream
In a dusty township in the North West, Lisa Steyn meets up with immigrants who have set up spazas that support families back home.
Politics, economics and transformation get lost in translation
Politics, economics and transformation get lost in translation
It can be hard to keep abreast of all the key catchphrases. Here's an attempt at understanding the latest South African political lexicon.

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