Scapegoating: xenophobia in South Africa

from  Economist Radio

Sep 11, 2019

Migrants have become a convenient scapegoat for South Africans frustrated by a slumping economy and rampant unemployment—and for the politicians who might otherwise take the blame. We take a look at the ever-sharper divisions in America’s abortion debate. And, why the improbably complex business of getting cabs in Beirut is preferred over disrupters like Uber. Additional audio courtesy of Soweton For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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