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  • n. Plural form of imbizo.

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Examples

  • An important element of the izimbizo is the concrete programme in each area to address weaknesses that have been identified.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • They can take executive decisions such as calling izimbizo (gatherings) at the expense of all the taxpayers without the sanction of the KZN government.

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  • Central to communication from the Presidency is public participation, out reach events such as izimbizo and visits to the Union Building.

    Speech by Khotso Khumalo during the debate on the Presidency budget vote

  • In the engagements between our movement and the masses of our people – in people’s forums, mass meetings and in forums between government and communities such as izimbizo – the people continue to show a profound understanding of the policy direction of our movement, and have not shied away from engaging robustly on the challenges of implementation.

    AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

  • Improve interaction between government and the people through accountable public representatives, one-stop government centres, izimbizo and the use of electronic government services; and

    ANC Today

  • With regards to direct communication with the public, the izimbizo are an important initiative.

    Address by ANC President Jacob Zuma at the Leadership Magazine's 'Tomorrow's Leaders' Convention

  • Rather than merely having one-way communication, the izimbizo create space for a dialogue.

    Address by ANC President Jacob Zuma at the Leadership Magazine's 'Tomorrow's Leaders' Convention

  • Realise Batho Pele principles and improve services in government offices, through electronic means and by working with citizens to monitor those who work in these offices; Improve interaction between government and the people through accountable public representatives, one-stop government centres, izimbizo and the use of electronic government services; and Ensure better co-operation among national, provincial and local governments with integrated planning and monitoring of implementation, and a common system of public service.

    ANC Today

  • Through mass campaigns such as Letsema, Imvuselelo and government programmes such as izimbizo, we are beginning to find ways of sustaining mass mobilisation in a democratic and developmental context.

    TOWARDS THE CENTENARY OF THE ANC

  • Despite this, on all occasions when we have informed the masses of our people of the commitment we have made to end the bucket system, as during the various izimbizo, invariably they respond to this announcement with great warmth and enthusiasm.

    ANC Today

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