South Africa's rugby administrators are facing increased criticism for their failure to shed its white image. The tone of the debate is different this time, amid growing protests against inequality.
International experiences indicate that South Africa could reduce income inequality by introducing a national minimun wage.
In a country as unequal as South Africa, the people who have access to higher education have the power to shape the society, including its elites and middle class.
In the latest ANUpoll, most Australians (92%) surveyed responded that they belong to the middle or working class.
Healthcare that everyone can access is an important step in bridging the inequality in a country. In reality though, its hard to implement properly.
A lack of access to quality, peer-reviewed information can actually contribute to societal and educational inequality. How can Open Access help?
Universities need to change to become more equitable learning spaces. But what's the best way to measure their transformation, identify gaps and emphasise successes?
These maps can tell us much more than the location of England's most and least deprived areas.
Suffragette tells a story that is both of its time, and timeless - an historical struggle whose lessons, sadly, still need to be learned.
Depictions of Africa used to be the relentless negative image of suffering and impoverished victims. but now there is a new narrative, ‘Africa Rising’.
For decades, media representations of African poverty have been of disease, disaster, conflict, and poverty and have coloured how the rest of the world views Africa.
A lot has changed for the better in South Africa's education system - but inequality remains a thorn in the country's side. How can we disrupt educational inequality?
It is too easy to blame naked greed for rising CEO pay. New research signals that bosses are being compensated for the risk of the chop.
Economic transformation of unequal societies in a democratising context is difficult. This requires a creative mix of policy options underpinned by a commitment to social justice.
The Marikana tragedy has indicated the violent nature of the struggles over resources and income shares. Inequality must be fought because it perpetuates social injustice.
Kenya's free primary and secondary education policies don't benefit the country's poorest children.
Thomas Piketty's visit reminds us of the need to reconsider South African inequality-fibbery. His inequality critique is vital, but only if it can withstand the neoliberal embrace.
If the government wants to tackle wealth inequality, then it has the tools at its disposal to help people pay a fair amount for everyday goods.
Twenty years ago, Brazil and South Africa were in a similar position when it comes to inequality. Brazil has made significant progress in addressing this, but South Africa hasn't.
Will Thomas Piketty's visit to South Africa trigger the rewriting of the country's recent economic history? His analysis and ideas on how to address inequality are hard to ignore.