IFP Calls for 365 Days of Activism Against Abuse

The IFP calls on all South Africans to make the 16 Days of Activism a year-long programme to curb violence against women and children, following the death of 15 year old Nokukhanya Zama from KwaMakhutha whose body had been found hanging from a tree. “Fighting against women and child abuse for just 16 days is […]

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Social Grant Recipients Still Being Fleeced

Social grant recipients are still reporting deductions being made from their monthly grants, ostensibly for “pre-paid air time, electricity vouchers, etc” which they have no knowledge of. “Last year there were numerous complaints from grant recipients around this issue and we raised it with SASSA and was given the assurance that it has stopped all […]

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Schooling In Malamulele Must Continue

The Inkatha Freedom Party remains concerned at the direction the total shut down of services is taking in Malamulele. The shutdown of schools is a counterproductive means of protest and most certainly must not be allowed to continue. Education must not be held to ransom as the future of the learners of Malamulele and affected […]

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IFP Demands An Audit Into How Many SAPS Employees Have Criminal Charges Against Them

The IFP demands that the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Police Commissioner, Lieutenant-General Mmamonnye Ngobeni must urgently conduct an audit into how many current SAPS employees have criminal offences after a 48-year-old police officer from Zululand has been arrested on numerous charges including armed robbery and the possession of rhino horn. “It will become increasingly difficult for law-abiding […]

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