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Poverty Extracting the roots of poverty
Despite the fight to eradicate poverty being a daily battle, a special day –17 October, the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty–has been set aside to
30 Oct 2019
Publisher's Note Diminishing the benevolence of the invisible hand
The optimal economic outcomes such as the efficient allocation of resources, optimal distribution of income, sustained economic growth and macroeconomic stability with full
11 Dec 2018
UNISA SBL’S PROFESSOR DOUGLAS BOATENG "Titans Building Nations Awards"
The UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership’s (SBL) Professor Douglas Boateng, was recently honoured with a Lifetime Achiever Award at CEO Global’s “Titans
26 Jul 2016
CITIZENRY Active citizenry encouraged
Trevor Manuel calls for active citizenship at the Discovery Leadership Summit.
07 Mar 2014
AFRICA Measuring our economic growth
Has Sub-Saharan Africa’s record of economic growth made a material difference in the lives of ordinary Africans – and which countries or regions are benefiting most (and least) from growth?
26 Jan 2014
AFRICA Afrobarometer shaping the post-2015 agenda
New data from Afrobarometer, collected from 34 African countries demonstrates that “lived poverty” remains pervasive across the continent. Yet African countries’ impressive growth in GDP is attracting optimism.
04 Oct 2013
Broad support versus minority left-wing objections National Development Plan to focus on jobs and elimination of poverty
This week we analyse the substantial support that exists for South Africa’s long-term plan, which must guide its future development with the key focus on growth, jobs and elimination of poverty and inequality.
18 Jun 2013 - S. T.
South Africa's economic fault lines Good progress over 20 years but short on potential
Despite the great advances since the end of apartheid nearly two decades ago, the economic circumstances of most South Africans have remained largely the same.
13 Jun 2013 - P. C.
Unemployment progress: Ipsos Pulse of the People Survey Long way to go with job creation and gender equality
While the issues of slow job creation, unemployment and inequality have been targeted as areas of urgent focus by government a just-released survey found that only 38% of the adult population are employed.
07 May 2013 - P. C.
Facts belie perceptions of land reform State does not have enough land for reform needs
Arguments that state land should be used to meet land redistribution targets are misleading. Very little state land is suitable for this purpose.
09 Apr 2013 - P. C.




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