Confronting Racism

Confronting Racism: Final Episode Focuses on Economy and Racial Politics

In this final episode of Confronting Racism, Koketso Sachane delves into the power of the economy and how it was used throughout Apartheid and beyond to instill the racial divides in our nation. Sachane delves into this week's topic with Economist and Managing Director at Nascence Advisory & Research, Xhanti Payi and Sibusiso Nkomo, Communications Coordinator for the Afrobarometer Network in Southern Africa.

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The ownership of the economy probably lies with the people with the education levels but also historically people who have had access all along.

Sibusiso Nkomo, Afrobarometer Network

The most well off people are white South Africans, Indian South Africans…white people have benefited and they still continue to benefit.

Sibusiso Nkomo, Afrobarometer Network

We really need to look at 'what do we need?' 'What does South Africa do best', 'which areas can we plug into?'

Sibusiso Nkomo, Afrobarometer Network

The first bit of work is to actually change people’s attitudes towards black people.

Xhanti Payi, MD Nascence Advisory & Research
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