Trudi Makhaya Columnist

Economists need to engage more fully with the Constitution, as it has become clear that we cannot talk about SA’s economic trajectory — its terrible past, troubled present and hoped-for future — without appreciating the vision that animates that ideal future.

There are various ways in which the Constitution intersects with the economy. Foremost are the aspirations espoused in the preamble.

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