How to use Indaba in a sentence

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  • Indaba is a fairly new brand that began with the demolition of apartheid.

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  • A bottle of Indaba probably helps to lubricate discussion along these lines as well.

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  • An additional note, a portion of sales of Indaba helps fund the Indaba Scholarship back in South Africa to assist students in the wine industry.

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  • What I find even more disconcerting is that South African architects appeared to have shown a disinterest in the Indaba.

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  • The next indaba in 2002 is in the Port Alfred Area of the Eastern Cape and hosted by the Border Center you them!

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  • The word Indaba is a Zulu word roughly meaning to gather in a community and communicate in an open forum where individuals can express themselves.

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