Eradicating Illiteracy and poverty is Africa’s great challenge. This is a battle that has been on for years. One factor that is delaying the process is the unevenness of economic prosperity.
Access to information in Africa is uneven. Most Africans are below the bread line. So it’s difficult for these families to supplement their children’s education with things like computers, internet and other learning materials out of the class room.
Illiteracy goes hand in hand with poverty.
Does this it mean it will forever be a nightmare for Africa? Read more
Apartheid ended in 1994 apparently; some kept their wine farms and beach front houses; while some kept their Shacks in the Alexandra Townships (the less fortunate).
‘The less fortunate’; is a phrase often used referring the poor. To me unfortunate is an unplanned circumstance. While the poor in this country; are so because of the previously employed strategies of Apartheid and colonialism.
We (blacks) chose reconciliation without justice; which meant; starting from scratch. We mostly were uneducated; unemployed and unskilled. We are where now free participants in the South African economy.
Interventions like RDP; GEAR; affirmative action; BEE and etc, are/were awesome. Apartheid was well planned Read more