Southern African Rich Get Richer as Poverty Grows - Report
A report released by the Africa bureau of the United Nations Development Programme has named the southern African nations where income inequality is worst as being South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Lesotho.
allAfrica, 6 October 2017
The widest gaps in income between the rich and the poor in Africa are to be found in five southern African nations, as well as the Comores and the Central African Republic, says a… Read more »
Photo: Johnny Miller
An aerial view of a gated community in Cape Town South Africa, left directly adjacent to Masiphumelele township (right).
A map showing inequality in Africa, as shown by research by the UN Development Programme. Red shows a wide average gap between rich and poor, green a narrower gap.