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The pain of inequality in Africa – There is more to the story of Africa as an emerging continent in terms of social dividends. It is imperative to access the bottom hundreds of millions who are still ravaged with poverty and have no iota of feel whatsoever relating to the economic progress sweeping across the continent.

Africa is the second-most inequitable region in the world, after Latin America. According to a 2012 publication of the African Development Bank, “inequalities have not diminished over time. In 2010, six out of the 10 most unequal countries worldwide were in sub-Saharan Africa and more specifically in Southern Africa”.

While the rich are getting richer, the poor are wallowing in need, and the backlash of this trend may threaten not only the little progress our continent has made, but our collective sense of humanity and decency which defines Africa’s ubuntu philosophy – of community solidarity, care and responsibility that seeks expression in the phrase, “I am, because we are; and since we are, therefore I am”.

Read more: http://newafricanmagazine.com/pain-inequality-africa/ 



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