SAPS Crime Statistics A Far Cry From Current Reality

The Inkatha Freedom Party is disappointed with the crime statistics released today by the Minister of Police, Hon. Nkosinathi Nhleko, describing them as disconnected from the current crime reality we find ourselves in here in South Africa. IFP spokesperson on Police, Mr Albert Mncwango, MP, said, “Whilst we welcome the presentation of crime statistics by […]

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Celebrate Our Heritage, Not Failed Politicians

The Inkatha Freedom Party acknowledges the concerns raised by His Majesty the King in his address at the Heritage Day celebrations held at KwaDukuza yesterday. “Although the IFP is not in control in KwaZulu-Natal, we are part of the government as we are in the Legislature and therefore we want to apologise to His Majesty […]

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IFP Welcomes Phiyega Board Of Enquiry

The Inkatha Freedom Party welcomes President Jacob Zuma’s announcement yesterday that a board of inquiry into National Police Commissioner, Riah Phiyega’s fitness to hold office will be established. IFP spokesperson on Police, Mr Albert Mncwango, MP, said, “We have been calling on the President to take this step for years now; The truth of the […]

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Are We Becoming Another Chinese Province?

The IFP has challenged the KZN MEC of Education, Peggy Nkonyeni to come forward and tell the public about where she stands on the issue of teaching Mandarin language in schools. “To teach Mandarin in schools will mean that we are promoting foreign languages than our own indigenous languages. We need to invest resources in […]

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