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Reality bites

The numbers have spoken: Covid-19 illuminated and heightened inequality

New study explores why being black put people at risk of poorer outcomes during the first two years of the pandemic

05 June 2022 - 00:00

An in-depth analysis has proved what everyone feared: the impact of Covid-19 on South Africans was underpinned by every aspect of inequality that still haunts life nearly three decades into democracy...

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