Soweto and the legacy of apartheid - the costs of doing business in undeserved markets

Ten years after the transition to democracy, South Africa's predominantly black population, living in socially under-serviced areas created by apartheid, faces the challenge of integrating into a world dominated by global competition, rapid acceleration into the job market through affirmative action and the creation of a black middle class.

Soweto and the legacy of apartheid – the costs of doing business in undeserved markets

Sheny MedaniMarket Decisions, South Africa

INTRODUCTION

Today, the continent of Africa presents the greatest challenge in terms of economic development. Almost 850...