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Research outputs: POVERTY
2020 The role of the South African Human Rights Commission in ensuring state accountability to address poverty
Since its inception at the dawn of South Africa's new democracy the South African Human Rights Commission has focused much of its efforts in...
2020 Is South Africa winning the war on poverty and inequality?: what do the available statistics tell us?
The chapter examines three primary dimensions of social inequality in South Africa, namely, income inequality, poverty and human development...
Increasing poverty and inequality, alongside technology, are indicative that technological innovation only benefits an elite few. We need to...