Political Parties Must Stop Being Obsessed with the Zulu King

The IFP cautions political parties in the KZN Legislature, especially the DA to stop their political grandstanding and cheap politics by being obsessed with His Majesty King Goodwill Zwelithini by attacking him when he is performing his duties as a King. “It’s unfair that the DA opted to attack the activities of His Majesty the […]

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IFP: Condolences to the Masondo Family

The IFP would like to send its heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of a co-founder of the Soul Brothers, David Masondo, who died after spending almost two months in the Garden City Hospital in Johannesburg. “The South African music industry has lost a legend. We’ve lost a great artist, musician, a leader in […]

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Violence Over Mamelodi Taxi And Bus Routes Must End

The IFP calls on government to find an urgent solution to the ongoing Mamelodi bus and taxi route dispute which has now turned violent. “We want to see greater action being taken by government in addressing this matter and urge that negotiations and interventions must be stepped-up in order to quell the violence that is […]

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IFP: Calls For Action To Prevent Underage Drinking

The IFP calls on government as well as the private sector and communities to embark on a multifaceted effort to prevent underage drinking and its adverse consequences following the deaths of eight young women at a tavern in Makhaza, Khayelitsha. “Scaffolding the nation’s youth is the responsibility of all people in all of the social […]

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