AZAPO’s Women’s Wing - Imbeleko

Azanian People's Organisation (AZAPO) promotes socialism and has worker's interests at heart. The organisation's women's section, Imbeleko was formed because AZAPO recognised that women have unique problems, and thus formed a wing that concentrated on women's affairs. Imbeleko runs self-help projects such as brick laying, carpentry, and upholstery. There are various health projects and education projects that have been established by the organisation and a bursary fund has been established to assist students.

Last updated : 05-Aug-2016

This article was produced by South African History Online on 30-Mar-2011

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