Traffic Police Must Ensure Sanity on Our Roads

During festive season the IFP witnessed traffic police patrolling our roads to make sure that unruly motorists are arrested and it calls for more road blocks even after the festive season is over, because piecemeal efforts to enhance road safety will never solve the problem. “Even though there was police visibility during the festive season, […]

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MEC Nkonyeni and Her Department Must Take Full Responsibility for the Drastic Drop in the KZN Matric Pass

Following the announcement of the matric exam results and the recent statement by examination quality watchdog, Umalusi that 39 examination centres in KwaZulu-Natal are being investigated for mass cheating, the IFP calls on MEC Peggy Nkonyeni and her Department to take full responsibility for bringing shame to KwaZulu-Natal. “For Umalusi to take such a drastic […]

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IFP Urges Matrics to Study Agriculture

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal calls on matriculants who received suitable results to pursue tertiary studies in agriculture as KZN has tremendous agricultural potential and profitable farming can be attractive to young farmers. “There is a lot of concern about engaging youth in the agricultural sector. In many ways young people are not interested in a […]

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IFP Reacts to 2014 Matric Results

“The decline in the 2014 matric results by 2.4 percent tells the story of an education system that continues to fail us in terms of wasted human talents. Out of 532, 860 candidates, who wrote matric, only 403, 874 passed, meaning 128, 986 candidates did not – this is extremely tragic” said IFP spokesperson on […]

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