IFP NEC Statement: VBS Bank Heist

The IFP NEC has expressed concern that VBS depositors have been left in the lurch without any relief package presented to them in the face of serious and heavy losses they have suffered at the VBS heist due to politically motivated grand looting. Whilst much of the focus has been on the heist beneficiaries, the […]

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IFP: All the Best to Matric 2018

The Inkatha Freedom Party in KwaZulu Natal takes this opportunity to wish 2018 Grade 12s good luck in their exams that officially commenced yesterday. The party would like to remind the learners that this is a crucial time to give their best shot as their performance will have an impact on their future career choices. […]

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On the Passing of Former Minister Pik Botha

MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE BY PRINCE MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI MP PRESIDENT OF THE INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY The passing of former Minister Roelof Frederik Botha, known to us all as Pik, has been met with sadness and words of respect. That is no surprise, for Mr Pik Botha was a man who loved his country and who served […]

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IFP: Safety, A Non-Negotiable Requirement On SA Roads

The IFP says road safety is not negotiable and that it is everyone’s responsibility to behave appropriately on the road. This comes after a recent taxi forum meeting hosted at Sebenza SAPS in Ekurhuleni to create a better working relationship between taxi owners, drivers, and police where taxi operators requested that they must be allowed […]

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IFP Welcomes Appointment of Tito Mboweni as Minister of Finance

The IFP welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa’s appoitment of former Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni to Finance Minister this afternoon. This comes at a time when our economy more than ever needs capable, able and stable leadership. We wish Minister Mboweni well as he journeys through the mammoth task of steering our economy in the right […]

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Mr President, Is Minister Nene on the Chopping Block or Not?

Mkhuleko Hlengwa MP IFP National Spokesperson President Cyril Ramaphosa’s deafening silence on the future of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is aiding and abetting market uncertainty and continues to see a fluctuation in the value of the Rand. As Minister Nene intends to leave for the IMF and World Bank meetings in Bali, Indonesia today, his […]

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