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Everyone is getting hard lessons. Even captains of industry are learning that the days of making people feel insecure about their looks so they can sell their products are over because doing so may irreversibly harm their businesses. EFF members protesting outside the locked Clicks store at the Mall of Africa in Midrand. Picture: Tebogo Letsie/City Press
Everyone is getting hard lessons. Even captains of industry are learning that the days of making people feel insecure about their looks so they can sell their products are over because doing so may irreversibly harm their businesses. EFF members protesting outside the locked Clicks store at the Mall of Africa in Midrand. Picture: Tebogo Letsie/City Press

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