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South Africa has one of the world's most progressive tax systems, yet income inequality continues to be a major challenge for the country. Several fiscal policy initiatives have been implemented since the end of apartheid to reduce the high levels of inequality and poverty. Despite this, there has been no significant reduction in inequality in post-apartheid South Africa. Universal basic income (UBI) and better progressive taxation can be a new way to address the limited strength of fiscaldoi:10.22004/ag.econ.304571 fatcat:4w3uw4lmnvetzinjstklpflom4