The economic policies made by the government and the accompanying legislation to enforce them must benefit the majority of the SA public.

If it so happens that policy benefits a minority population (intended or unintended), that policy must not make the remaining majority worse off, as it is far easier to address a negative externality on a minority population than on a majority...

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