Artificial Intelligence comes with a litany of ethical risks and dilemmas. Some are universal, but some are unique to particular countries, like South Africa.
A longtime critic of Atlanta’s BeltLine explains how the popular network of parks has increased inequality in the city and driven out lower-income residents.
South Africa’s world-leading wage inequality has as much to do with what bosses are doing as it does with how educated or experienced workers are.
Kenya faces the challenge of delivering quality education without discriminating against learners based on social or economic background.
Year after year, challenges have distracted the country from its agricultural expansion goals.
Rather than promoting individual electric vehicles for lower-income consumers, governments should fund electric public transit instead.
Most of us enjoy chocolate this time of year, but how many of us appreciate its historical roots and significance?
Children who need help most tend to experience adversity throughout childhood. That continuing adversity muffles the benefit of improved early nutrition.
South Africans would rather see efforts go into tackling other challenges – but climate change will intensify those challenges.
The new book is structured around apartheid profiteers, war profiteers, state capture profiteers, welfare profiteers, failing auditors, conspiring consultants and bad lawyers.
Jiang oversaw China’s reemergence on the global stage, and sustained growth at home. But his policies also set the scene for excess and the growth of President Xi Jinping.
South Africa had one of the best national gender machineries globally. But, these were dismantled and replaced with a dysfunctional ministry for women, youth and people with disabilities.
Child sponsorship is often billed as a significant way of improving children’s lives. However, sponsorship is based on narratives that fail to address the role of rich countries in global poverty.
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated social and economic inequality for women. Women have lost ground in the workforce and have been slower to return to work than men.
In 2018, Africa accounted for 70% of the world’s people displaced by armed conflict and human rights abuses.
As Latin American communities continue to grow, universities must teach students about Latin America and Latinx communities in interdisciplinary ways.
Lockdown measures may stop the spread of the virus. But they can also lead to a larger and more protracted public health crisis in the form of deprivation and hunger.
The new coalition government must act quickly to address the kingdom’s massive socio-economic problems, and restore faith in democracy.
The United States has more economic inequality than other wealthy nations.
Poorer Australians have shorter life expectancies and are more likely to live with long-term health conditions than their wealthier peers.