IFP Calls for An Immediate End to Nepotism

The IFP calls for an end to nepotism, abuse of public power and neglect of rule of law following allegations of unfair labour practice, which has been linked to nepotism, after many hopeful applicants complained that their names had been removed from the “grooming camp” list of the SAPS. “Thirty nine hopeful applicants from Kokstad […]

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IFP Calls for Greater Youth Involvement in Policy Making

The IFP Youth Brigade hopes that the National Youth Consultative Conference that will sit in Birchwood on 29-30 March 2015, convened by the Presidency and the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA), will be meaningful and to provide solutions to the very real problems confronting youth, as young people are key to economic and social progress […]

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Axe Inept Parastatal Heads

The IFP calls on President Zuma to take swift and drastic action against parastatal heads who are not performing as expected and not accounting for public funds. “First culprits in this matter must be Eskom executives who have failed dismally in their allotted duties, which has resulted in a major crisis at Eskom. The country […]

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IFP Calls for Key Role for Women in Agriculture

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal calls on government to ensure that suitably qualified rural women farmers are placed at the apex of agricultural research and scientific innovation, to achieve sustainable development and economic growth in the agricultural sector. “Women remain marginalised in the areas of technology and innovation that supports smallholder farming. Women are still grossly […]

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