IFP: KZN Police Brutality Deplorable

The recent report by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) into police brutality paints a shocking picture that goes to the core of law enforcement in KwaZulu-Natal. “Public confidence in the police in KZN has been dealt another blow by the findings of the IPID report which reveals that there were 48 deaths as a […]

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SONA “Smoke Screen” Not Fooling Anyone

The IFP has taken note of President Jacob Zuma’s recent statement that he will be instructing the Auditor General and Finance Minister to determine an amount that is reasonable for him to pay back for the wasteful misappropriation of funds in respect of non-security upgrades at his palatial Nkandla residence. The IFP however see this […]

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Urgent Action Needed To Reverse Exodus Of Nurses

The IFP has challenged the KZN MEC of Health, Dr S’bongiseni Dhlomo to tell the public what is his department doing to stop the exodus of nurses for greener pastures in overseas countries. “It is disheartening to learn that more and more South African nurses are taking their skills and knowledge abroad for the promise […]

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IFP Is Disturbed By Mayor Nxumalo’s Speech In Nchanga

The IFP has disagreed with what the Municipal Mayor, Cllr James Nxumalo said that there was an agreement between the two parties and that IFP does not exist in Inchanga. IFP Member of eThekwini Municipality Executive, Cllr Mdu Nkosi, said that the speech made by Cllr Nxumalo at recent funeral of the late Mr. Philip […]

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IFP Shocked By Attack On And Expulsion Of Its Members

The National Executive Committee of the IFP has expressed their shock at the report that members of the Bhengu family – who have just joined the IFP at Maqongqo Traditional area outside Pietermaritzburg – were attacked and later expelled from the area just because they have joined the IFP. In a statement the party issued […]

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