The link between empire, inequality – and Brexit.
South Africa’s embrace of international conventions has buttressed the country’s reputation in statistical circles. But these global standards prove a poor fit for the country.
American cities are getting more diverse, but neighbors of different races don't necessarily socialize with each other. A sociologist in North Carolina discovered one surprising reason why.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has to ensure that reform of critical institutions is placed first. Everything else will be compromised if this fails.
As millennials flock to certain parts of the US, home prices in those areas are surging.
State and local governments can't do much about the rapid population growth in Melbourne, but they can take steps to reduce the costs of growing disparities between the outer suburbs and inner city.
Segregation is not just a problem in London – it's happening in cities all over the world.
Retirees with superannuation balances of $1. pay and pay no tax and get annual imputation cheques of $63,000.
Part five of India Tomorrow takes a look at India’s economy.
Around half of homes in three major Australian cities only have access to very old technology: hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC). For them, access to the NBN fibre network remains only a fairy tale.
Just as America's highways, sewage systems and water pipes need fixing, so does the growing gap between rich and poor. Trump and the Democrats could use that money to address both.
Tackling the gender pay gap must take into account the way that part-time workers are treated.
South Africa has the world’s largest white minority living under black rule.Colour line tensions might remain a feature of the country's political landscape.
Wealth inequality in South Africa is not only intolerably high, its also not reducing.
White men have historically and disproportionately held official, managerial and professional occupations. But women and people of color are slowly gaining.
When a country becomes more diverse,
new demographic tensions may emerge between people who feel that they own their country's identity – and people who feel they've been left out.
Thanks to demographic and political changes, Democratic contenders are addressing this issue for the first time.
As South Africa marks 25 years of freedom, many citizens have to contend with the harsh reality that they can't eat democracy.
Half of South Africa's population remain chronically poor, and the quarter in-between struggle to stay out of reach of destitution.
A country's tax policies say a lot about what it values – and some of America's tend to promote inequality.