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It is not unusual to go the Bulawayo industrial sites and see machines that were acquired in the 1940s still being used in production in 2021 By Laurence I. Sithole There is no economy in the world that has ever grown and advanced without industrialisation. The manufacturing sector of an economy must grow in significance for economic growth to occur. The virtues of industrialisation are widespread. Zimbabwe cannot fully appropriate the full value of its resources because the country produces raw and basic materials with little value addition. Everything that we produce as a nation is sold on to the export or global markets in its raw form with little or no value addition. Gold is dug out of the belly of earth and sold on raw, it is not even refined into bullion here.