Concerns Over More Bogus Doctors in SA

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal is worried about the increase in the number of bogus doctors operating without licenses, after six male and one female foetuses were discovered in glass bottles filled with a brown fluid, in an illegal dump site overrun with filth and rodents in Marianhill, west of Durban. “We urge the MEC of […]

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The Lights Are Burning At Eskom

The Inkatha Freedom Party welcomes Eskom’s decision to suspend its CEO Mr Tshediso Matona and another three executive members of the parastatal. In a media briefing held at Megawatt Park on Thursday, the power utility’s chairperson Mr Zola Tsotsi announced that this was to allow the Board of enquiry to look at the poor performance […]

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More Dialysis Facilities Must Be Established

As we mark World Kidney Day, the IFP in KwaZulu-Natal calls on the KZN Provincial Department of Health to provide more universal healthcare facilities to needy patients to get proper access to treatment, considering the morbidity and mortality associated with chronic kidney disease. “Smaller satellite treatment centres must be established to make dialysis more accessible, […]

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Non-paying Passengers Detrimental to PRASA Projects

The Inkatha Freedom Party has expressed concerns regarding the state of the country’s rail infrastructure following numerous financial losses suffered by the department due to non-fare-paying passengers. With Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) only set to start with the implementation of the Integrated Ticket System in the new financial year, which seeks to […]

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Let’s Fight Crime Like We Fought Apartheid

The IFP calls on all South Africans to fight crime in the same manner they fought apartheid, after a video footage showing two men accosting SABC crew, and it further calls on the police to urgently arrest the criminals involved. “The battle against crime is a fight that we must fight with the same vigour […]

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