Sunday, 01 May 2011

How do you expect liberal based policies to close the wealth disparity in SA, when research shows they generally do the opposite?

Asked by @Skhosi1 - answered by @RyanCoetzee
The research is very clear: inequality in SA is driven by unemployment which is very high by int. standards...therefore the most effective way to reduce inequality is to create an environment for growth and jobs. This will involve less dependence on the state to drive the economy. Rather, let business get on with creating jobs. So our policies are designed to do that. The state's role is to govern well, poverty alleviation, basic service delivery.

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