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Oxfam report scratches the surface of global inequality solutions
Oxfam report scratches the surface of global inequality solutions
Oxfam International has released yet another illuminating report. Focusing on inequality, it confirms what most people know: a few men own wealth...
Students contest the status quo
Students contest the status quo
COMMENTOver the past two years, universities have become increasingly contested spaces. Student movements have rejected the status quo and...
A national minimum wage is a powerful tool to break the poverty cycle
A national minimum wage is a powerful tool to break the poverty cycle
Levels of poverty and inequality in South Africa are unacceptably high, whether from a perspective of economic sustainability, social justice, or...
South Africa must tackle dominant firms to achieve better wealth distribution
South Africa must tackle dominant firms to achieve better wealth distribution
The focus on “state capture” in South Africa has...
How the search for a national minimum wage laid bare South Africa's faultlines
How the search for a national minimum wage laid bare South Africa's faultlines
Government has moved a step closer to introducing a
When CEOs call themselves activists and activists become CEOs
When CEOs call themselves activists and activists become CEOs
We knew even before Marikana that we live in one of the most unequal societies in the world. It shouldn’t surprise us that CEOs earn far more...
Black people most optimistic about SA, white people the most dissatisfied – study
Black people most optimistic about SA, white people the most dissatisfied – study
In a study conducted on public opinion on key issues in three African nations, the Pew Research Centre found that black people are the most...
Inequalities increase as fees rise
Inequalities increase as fees rise
Since 2000, South Africa has devoted a low and declining share of gross domestic product to tertiary education.
SA's children poor and malnourished
SA's children poor and malnourished
More than half of South Africa's children live in poverty. The South African Early Childhood Review, which was published on Thursday, revealed that...
Uganda attempts to treat the malignant disease of inequality
Uganda attempts to treat the malignant disease of inequality
Daudi Luganga Musisi can hardly remember when his family last had breakfast. “We care more about lunch and supper,” says the father of six....

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