UNDP Inequality South Africa

27 Nov 2014

UNDP Inequality South Africa

27 Nov 2014
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Twenty years after the end of apartheid

South Africa is a different place. It has a wellinstitutionalized

democracy. Significant

gains have been made in social equity and

in reducing extreme poverty. Yet poverty,

unemployment and inequality remain South

Africa’s most pressing problems. Social

change and enhanced access to rights have

not translated into comparable economic

shifts – unemployment has risen and

inequality remains extreme.

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