Johannesburg – Since the start of the year, a shocking number of women and children have been killed in South Africa many of them at the hands of their boyfriends or men they knew. It is the continuation of a national trend.
He was speaking at the University of Johannesburg's Convocation Leadership Seminar on Monday on Economy 4.0: The Global Revolution, Urbanisation and Digital Transformation and What it Means for the South African Economy. Gordhan highlighted that, with an increase in the level of stratification, the issue of inequality must be at the forefront of policies.
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