Whites Earn Six Times Than Blacks - Census 2011

Census 2011 reveals the income gaps between black and white people in South Africa

According to Census 2011, incomes of black South African households have surged 169 percent in a decade, but whites still take home six times more money 18 years into all-race democracy.

Released by Statistics South Africa, the census, which puts the population at 51.8 million people, an increase of 6 950 782 million since the 2001 count, also found that the household incomes are more than doubled in the last 10 years.

The report further states that, "Black African-headed households were found to have an average annual income of R60 613 in 2011."

To read the article titled, “Whites earn 6 times more than blacks,” click here.

Source: 
Fin24

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