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Johannesburg's informal traders face abuse: the city's ‘world class’ aspirations create hostility towards them

By Mamokete Modiba, Researcher, Gauteng City-Region Observatory
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Unemployment and the rising cost of living force many people to make a living in the informal economy, particularly street trading. While it is difficult to measure the size of the informal economy, some studies show that more than 60% of employed people in the world work in the informal economy. It’s over…The Conversation

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