JOHANNESBURG, 30 JUL – The South African children are among those with less chances of overcoming the limitations imposed upon them at birth, ethnicity, social and poverty weigh more than in other countries, according to the assessment of World Bank . “South Africa, the continent’s largest economy by far and its only G-20 member, displays strikingly high and persistent inequality and marginalization for an upper middle-income Country,” .The richest 10 percent has 58 percent of revenue, the poorest 10 percent has only 0.5 per cent, the report said. In total, the poorest half of the revenue comes to 8 percent of the Country. Brazil, on the other hand, has rather limited differences between the two layers of the population. “Our results show that a South African child not only has to work harder to overcome the disadvantages at birth due to circumstances, but having done so, finds that these re-emerge when seeking employment as an adult,” Sandeep Mahajan says. Currently, the level of unemployment is at 25.2 percent.