IFP Calls for An Urgent Summit on Xenophobia

The IFP calls for an urgent summit to deal with the current crisis and to establish the root causes of the attacks, so as to find immediate solutions as well as long-term policies to deal with and eradicate xenophobia. “Now that His Majesty the King has spoken it is important that efforts to end the […]

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IFP Demands Improved Security Measures At Schools

The IFP demands that the KZN MEC of Education, Peggy Nkonyeni must conduct an assessment on the status of security measures at schools around the province. “Langalibalele Primary School in Inanda is one of the schools that needs security. Criminals are stealing school furniture and food meant for our children. We demand better security measures […]

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Condolences to John Moshoeu’s Family

The IFP would like to send its heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of former Bafana Bafana midfielder John “Shoes” Moshoeu who passed away after a long battle with cancer. “South Africa’s football community is poorer with the loss of this talented star. The people of South Africa have lost an important figure who […]

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ANC Abuse Public Funds to Buy Mtuba Votes

The IFP has strongly condemned the ANC Provincial Government for abusing tax-payers’ money to advance party – political campaigns. The IFP said this in a statement issued today by its KwaZulu-Natal Human Settlements Spokesperson, Joshua Mazibuko, following today’s visit to Mtubatuba by Human Settlements MEC Ravi Pillay. MEC Pillay went to Mtubatuba to launch Sukuma […]

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Xenophobic Violence Could Damage Tourism Industry

“The outburst of xenophobic violence in the country, in particular in KwaZulu-Natal, can cause damage to KwaZulu-Natal’s tourism industry,” said IFP Spokesperson on Economic Development and Tourism, Inkosi Mzamo Buthelezi MPL. “We are quite concerned that these attacks might have a negative impact in KZN, especially in tourism. We condemn the attacks as having seriously […]

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