Jozi


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Jozi

(ˈdʒəʊsɪ)
n
informal South African Johannesburg. See also Joburg
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Produced by Jozi Bently and Dave Beatty, Rose found great freedom in the partnership.
Prominent poetess Rehana Qamar presided over the ceremony and famous poet Naseem-e-Sahar, Iqbal Faheem Jozi, Farkhanda Shamim and Abdul Rehman Kashif were among the guests of honour while Ayub Jozaf anchored the ceremony.
By the time we got back to Jozi, I knew so much more about him and his naughty young years.
In March 2016 the Examiner revealed that one of its nurses, Winifred Jozi, had been struck off after she failed to attempt resuscitation on a dying patient.
JP de Villiers is an integrated Art Director at M&C Saatchi, from Jozi, South Africa.
Mostafavi and Jozi (2015) investigated environmental factors which need to be considered in Iran's accession to WTO and concluded that 2 factors had been considered of high importance to the accession.
Heart of gold Johannesburg - whose nicknames include Jo'burg, Jozi and the "City of Gold" - first flourished after the precious metal was discovered in 1886.
The Festival hosts a number of renowned Arab chanters including Jamil Jozi al -Korani from Iraq, Ahmed Ramadhan al- Hajri from Kuwait and Kamal Razouq from Algeria.
The city, originally called Jo'burg, Egoli ("City of Gold"), or Jozi, as it is affectionately known by Jo'burgers, is the commercial heart of South Africa.
This is why Sally-Ann Murray's observation (77) is tenable, that Dingz "is an astute observer who is adept at playing the race card, the traditional card--you name it, it's up his sleeve, anything to secure his precarious life in Jozi on the Wits campus.
Jozi Ibrahim Abboud; Advisor to the President of the Republic of Nigeria for Islamic Affairs, Lawyer Taher Omar Taher and Representative of the Islamic Society of Taiwan, Dr.