South African President, Jacob Zuma, wasted lots of time and space in cheap politicking instead of galvanising South Africans to work together for a better future.
The world needs an alternative system, measuring economic value in face of the dissatisfaction that brought Donald Trump to the White House.
The IMF has been expressing public concern about inequality since 2010, but this has not translated into concrete action within the IMF’s own policies and programs.
While South Africa's youth unemployment is a structural matter, the country must find ways to alleviate the challenges in the short-term.
The answer to job losses is not economic protectionism, but a strengthening of workers' rights.
The crisis confronting neoliberal capitalism suggests that its internal contradictions are now undermining its very foundations. What can we expect from a post-neoliberal world?
Oxfam is right to highlight disparities in wealth.
In work poverty is a sign the icy tide of capitalism is now lapping at our ankles in the global north.
The talk at the World Economic Forum was about technology killing white and blue collar jobs. What's to come will be decidedly old-fashioned. Our labour movements should be too.
Self-determination, freedom of thought, choice of risk arguably have freed society, but then there's inequality, ill-health and narcissism.
The idea of a minimum wage has become widely accepted so why is a maximum wage so controversial?
The World Economic Forum draws a straight line from social injustice to many of the risks facing the world in 2017.
New ONS data indicate that the UK's poorest households are doing better and the richest are worse off. But this isn't the full picture.
From birth to end of life, African-Americans have worse health than whites. And, the gap keeps widening in some areas, as health care for some whites improves. What will
it take to close the gap?
The institutions that once allowed us to pull ahead may soon be the reason we fall behind.
A guide to steering your family away from a dialogue of the deaf about poverty and inequality this festive season.
The debate about different generations' economic status misses the inequality within generations, especially younger Australians.
A professor takes us back more than 20 years, to when struggling white working-class voters in Oregon were convinced that a conservative social agenda would help bring back timber jobs.
Informal settlements are often undocumented or hidden on official maps, but they house about a billion people worldwide. Their existence demands a more sophisticated approach to urban development.
The furore over Australia's international ranking in science, maths and English obscures what we should really be focusing on.