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This article explored the extent of digital divide and inequality among digital natives in Gauteng, South Africa. More explicitly, social and economic forms of digital divide and inequality were investigated. The article presents innovative research in South Africa that builds on past international research on digital divide. Whereas previous research on digital divide mainly uses a one-dimensional focus on Internet access only, this research on digital inequality reflects on the quality anddoi:10.5897/ajbm11.2228 fatcat:iklfruetfnelthxe26omqhuusi