IFP Gauteng: Response to SOPA

BY HON BONGINKOSI DHLAMINI MPL GAUTENG PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE, 21 FEBRUARY 2019 Honourable speaker, to say the IFP is disappointed will be an understatement. We have received the message from the ANC government loud and clear that they don’t care about Gauteng residents residing in hostels. The message from the ANC clearly tells the IFP and […]

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IFP Election and Manifesto Launch

The Inkatha Freedom Party hereby announces that its 2019 Elections and Manifesto Launch will be held as follows: Date: Sunday, 10 March 2019 Time: Gates open at 08H00 Venue: Chatsworth Stadium, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal The IFP invites all democracy loving South Africans to join us as we present a credible and viable alternative for our country […]

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The ABCs for Mboweni’s budget speech

Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni will table the 2019/2020 financial year budget at a time of heightened anxiety about South Africa’s economy. The numbers simply do not look good. Low growth projections, high unemployment (particularly amongst the youth), escalating inequality and a steady climb of debt-to-GDP with National Treasury worryingly forecasting this to reach almost 60% […]

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Indian Terror Strike

Dear High Commissioner It is with a great sense of shock, sadness and grief to learn of the dastardly J&K terror act. Innocent lives have been lost and many more injured in what can only be described as an act of cowardice. The world needs to unite against such violation of human rights. On behalf […]

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IFP Welcomes 20yr Jail Sentence For ICASA Boss Rubben Mohlaloga

The IFP welcomes the 20-year jailtime sentence for Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) Chairperson, Rubben Mohlaloga‚ following a fraud conviction. His time behind bars has finally come, should his bid for leave to appeal fail. Mohlaloga is a former ANC MP, ANC Youth League Leader and was the chairperson of parliament’s portfolio committee […]

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IFP Welcomes 20yr Jail Sentence For ICASA Boss Rubben Mohlaloga

The IFP welcomes the 20-year jailtime sentence for Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) Chairperson,  Rubben Mohlaloga‚ following a fraud conviction. His time behind bars has finally come, should his bid for leave to appeal fail. Mohlaloga is a former ANC MP, ANC Youth League Leader and was the chairperson of parliament’s portfolio committee […]

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