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  • noun Plural form of imbizo.


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  • She said the reason for calling the imbizos was that overseas experience showed that strongest growth was focused on cities or regions that followed a "team approach" to dealing with economic challenges and opportunities.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2003

  • Clearly, these structures have now the power to order Mdlalose to call imbizos at the expense of the taxpayers.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 1995

  • Clearly, these structures have now the power to order Mdlalose to call imbizos at the expense of the taxpayers.


  • "Today, most of our citizens are enjoying government services because of the selfless participation of volunteers in initiatives such as imbizos and the door-to-door campaign."

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2004

  • The so-called "imbizos" are intended to collect opinions on matters affecting the industry, ahead of the allocation of medium to long-term fishing rights next year.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2004

  • The ANC's announcement of the rally follows two recent "imbizos" or traditional gatherings called by King Zwelithini in Durban and

    ANC Daily News Briefing 1993

  • She said the fund sought to process all outstanding payments and answer all queries related to the Compensation for Occupational injuries and Diseases Act. "Clients of the Compensation Fund who cannot attend the imbizos are encouraged to visit the nearest local labour centre where our staff will gladly process the claims," said Sigabi.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2007

  • Gabriel said the "participation" Zille claimed involved piggybacking on provincial imbizos, and that the attendance at gatherings had been low, with inadequate transport and not enough advertising.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2007

  • "I attended functions, imbizos, where as you are addressing the imbizo, you have an Induna, or a teacher, or a priest, who is sitting somewhere - because there are mobile [home affairs] units - producing affidavits and selling them to the public at R50 each in order for them to go for late registration of birth."

    ANC Daily News Briefing 2007

  • We noted with appreciation in the past, the ministers interaction with people in the music industry through imbizos and we hope the issues they raised will be prominent in the support work and legacy projects in the pipeline for 2010.

    Speech by Peter Maluleka on the Arts & Culture Department Budget Vote Debate 2007


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