The Social Justice Lens
The Social Justice Lens

Over the rainbow – voices from the margins of South Africa

Why poverty?

In a country where only 8% of the total national income is shared by 50% of the population the problem of inequality persists 20 years into our new democracy.

While a quarter of all South Africans live on $1.82 a day the top 20% (10 million people) enjoy 75% of the national income.

Media for Justice travels to poor communities around South Africa to hear the voices of people living in the margins of our society.



Why racism?


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