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Identify six problems facing industrialization in South Africa.

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  1. Economic sanctions by the UN during the apartheid regime prevented industrialization.
  2. The struggle to end apartheid regime was violent creating an atmosphere not conducive for investment.
  3. Competition from more developed counties.
  4. Rampant industrial strikes slow down the process of industrialization.
  5. High poverty levels hence low purchasing power.
  6. High level of insecurity which discouraged potential inventors.
  7. HIV and AIDS has ravaged the country’s labour force.
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