Mrs. Bekiwe Mirriam Mzelemu (76)
Mrs. Bekiwe Mirriam Mzelemu (76) is angry with the departure of former Imbalenhle Executive Member owing her a bill for herb..

3000 people with passports gathered at Nhlangano Vocational Centre  on Saturday to join President Khanyile to launch a branch in Nhlangano in Swaziland‚ and to preach society unity. This big event was organized by Kellina Mamba, Zandie Vilakati and Dudu Nkhambule‚ resembled an Imbalenhle gathering with thousands of attendees sporting Imbalenhle T-shirts in stark contrast to many hundred members dressed in fawn‚ black and white barely filling up all section of the marquee.

Arriving to a roaring applause‚ Khanyile laughed and waved to cheering members and branch co-ordinators. Earlier‚ Imbalenhle members cheered when they spotted Chief Executive Officer Eric Mthethwa, Efson Dube and Percy Duma (Excom).  Khanyile delivered his speech after his Deputy Doctor Sithole. According to the President‚ the events are for member’s unity and the promotion of Imbalenhle brand.

This year’s celebrations will also encourage non society members to join the moving train. The event will further promote unity and peaceful co-existence and encourage communities to join the better burial society.

Minister of Tikhundhla and Society Development (MP) Dlamini and town Council were present.

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May 24 , 2016


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But here’s what she really got, empty promises.
On Saturday 7 May 2016 at Imbalenhle Durban Offices, Mzelemu was on her knees wiping tears after the news that the man you cannot trust has departed. I couldn’t believe this, where am I going to claim back my money oh Thixo Bawo ndikwenzeni ngoku Bawo ndikwenzeni, says angry Mzelemu. The old woman panicked. This man was a “trembling mess” on the table of the Executive Members, says Mzelemu. Nobody was willing to help Mzelemu because the deal was not disclosed. If I knew that the man is not going to pay my money I should have hand over a wrong medicine, Mzelemu crying.

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Memel – Society branches on Sunday paid tribute to the Imbalenhle's co-ordinator in the Free State Province Nontokozo Radebe, who died on Sunday night May 15,2016 at home Zizameleni Location in Memel after a long illness. Radebe was hailed as a dedicated leader of the Imbalenhle who knew nothing except working for the school and working for the Imbalenhle in the Free State province, the Deputy President said. “We are all deeply saddened by the loss of the beloved Imbalenhle leader, who remains an example of honest and commitment to real service delivery to all our people,” Imbalenhle Deputy President Doctor Sithole said. "When the Imbalenhle deployed her in the leadership, Radebe came with a lot of vibrancy to ensure that the policies of the society were communicated properly.
She did her job diligently to ensure that Imbalenhle leads in the delivery of service to the bereaved family members of the community of Memel and surrounding areas.
Despite challenges of enormous responsibility given to her by the Imbalenhle, Radebe remained humble and never showed any signs of any frustration as she performed her duties as branch co-ordinator in Memel Branch (Free State Province). She respected members of the society despite divergent views. She was a true leader to many of us in the office and outside,” said Sithole. As a leader, Radebe was credited with forging good working relationships among Imbalenhle and bereaved family members during dark days. Her humble, principled, and strong leadership will be greatly missed by the entire Imbalenhle current leaders. The Imbalenhle Head Office extended condolences to Radebe’s husband Richard Radebe, children, family, and colleagues. Imbalenhle CEO Eric Mthethwa said Radebe was a dedicated leader of the branch and kept the branch vibrant with tense debate. Radebe was a woman of peace; we will remember her for the role she played when she was alive and ensuring society tolerance in the Memel branch.
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