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The article 'White people in South Africa still hold the lion's share of all forms of capital' has been published on The Conversation. It was written by Mohammad Amir Anwar, Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.

White people in South Africa still hold the lion’s share of all forms of capital By themorningglory


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