A World Bank report last week on SA and its Southern African Customs Union (Sacu) neighbours paints a sobering picture of a region which has the world’s highest rate of inequality.

But it is by no means a simplistic picture that many might expect, of executives earning too much and workers earning too little, or of race and apartheid history being the key drivers...

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