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.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten told Q&A viewers that Australia is the most unequal it has been in 75 years. Is that statement supported by the research?
Does the definition of self-control – choosing long-term over short-term outcomes – even make sense for people who are short on time, money or both?
Inequality remains one of South Africa's major problems. Thomas Piketty's visit to the country provides an opportunity to explore ways to deal with this problem.
It's human nature to assume there must be a valid reason for inequalities in society. What's the psychology behind why we believe there's something fundamentally different between haves and have-nots?
To make politicians invest more in quality public education, more people need to vote.
The baby boomer generation has fixed the future.
A review of South Africa's methodology to measure poverty shows that 60% of people in the country are poor. This is way higher than the figures that are usually quoted.
With his Piketty-lite book, Anthony Atkinson has delivered an action plan for addressing inequality. But will policymakers listen?
Good societies with secure public systems will increase investment much faster than company or personal tax cuts.
The international executive director of Greenpeace, Kumi Naidoo, explains why he believes the big global challenges cannot be tackled in isolation.
The harshest cuts have yet to happen, but the bite is already being felt.
One in five workers in South Africa is poor. The plight of the working poor has wide implications. Employers have a responsibility to ensure a minimum level of decent wages.
A dedicated group of forward-looking experts have crunched the numbers on human progress. There's good news, and there's bad news.
The South African government should weigh its decision carefully whether to increase value added tax (VAT) as indirect taxes fall most heavily on the poor and the middle class.
A powerful weapon against inequality that has been largely ignored in the UK is the collectively-owned social wealth fund.