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The income inequality virus in Africa: good or bad for growth?

If you are reading this article now, yes, I mean You! then you will have to agree with me, just right now that numbers don’t lie. Later you can disagree.

Supported by facts and figures, you and I will see how calamitous the current wealth creation and distribution construct of the African continent is, but most importantly the way forward to address the challenges which come with it.

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