Social cohesion, social justice and the South African dream
Social cohesion is important for long-term prosperity, political stability and economic growth — and diversity should be seen as a strength
SA faces many challenges in its endeavours to build a socially cohesive nation, but it is a goal worth pursuing as a more connected society, unified in its goals, is more likely to achieve economic success.
Social cohesion and the resulting unity of purpose are important building blocks for long-term prosperity and competitiveness, with cohesive societies being more politically stable and more focused on economic growth and development...
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