IFP Calls for Government Intervention in Sibanye Mine

The IFP is deeply saddened by yet another incident at Sibanye-Stillwater Gold Mine which has led to the death of 3 miners. IFP Deputy National Spokesperson Joshua Mazibuko said “it is not the first time Sibanye-Stillwater Gold Mine is in the news for very unfortunate reasons. In February about 1000 miners were trapped underground and […]

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Call to Traditional Leaders and Communities

CALL TO TRADITIONAL LEADERS AND TRADITIONAL COMMUNITIES ACROSS SOUTH AFRICA TO PROTECT ALL THAT OUR ANCESTORS FOUGHT FOR BY PRINCE MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI MP TRADITIONAL PRIME MINISTER TO THE ZULU MONARCH AND NATION INKOSI OF THE BUTHELEZI CLAN AND PRESIDENT OF THE INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY   Your Royal Highnesses, Traditional Leaders of the Zulu Kingdom; the […]

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IFP: Crime Levels Call for Extraordinary Responses

The IFP has called on law-enforcement agencies to launch a united offensive against crime. The party said this in a statement issued today in which it expressed shock at SABCTV News Expose which demonstrated how easy it is to acquire powerful explosives used in the mines from illegal gangs. These explosives are then used in […]

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IFP Congratulates Comrade Marathon Winners and Urge for More Worthwhile Deals from Sponsors

The IFP would like to congratulate Ann Ashworth and Bongmusa Mthembu, who made a glorious double triumph for South Africa at 2018 Comrades Marathon over the weekend between Pietermaritzburg and Durban. “In particular, we would like to applaud Bongmusa Mthembu who originates from rural community of Bulwer in KwaZulu-Natal, for being the very first South […]

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It’s not too late to turn the tide on plastic pollution

By Hon. N. Singh Spokesperson on Environmental Affairs Note to Editors: This statement follows the global celebration of World Oceans Day marked on 8 June 2018. The IFP calls on all South African’s not only living alongside our coast to make small modifications to everyday habits that will make a difference in keeping our beaches, […]

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Prayer Service Hosted by the Ingonyama Trust Board on Behalf of his Majesty the King of the Zulu Nation

INTRODUCTION OF HIS MAJESTY THE KING BY PRINCE MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI MP TRADITIONAL PRIME MINISTER TO THE ZULU MONARCH AND NATION INKOSI OF THE BUTHELEZI CLAN AND PRESIDENT OF THE INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY Ulundi: 10 June 2018 His Majesty the King of the Zulu Nation, King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu; Members of the Royal Family; Chairperson of […]

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IFP Welcomes South Africa’s Election onto UN Security Council

The IFP welcomes South Africa’s election to serve on the United Nations Security Council for the 2019-2020 term in a Non-Permanent Seat capacity; and hope we, as South Africa, will champion for global human rights, freedom, democracy, peace and development. The IFP expects South Africa to use this opportunity to further push for reforms in […]

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IFP: Water Still a Challenge in Ugu District

The IFP is greatly concerned with the continued poor service delivery to the communities of UGU municipal areas by the ANC run UGU District Municipality. The un-official protest action and shut down by UGU employees has now led to the disruption of service in Hospitals, Clinics, Schools, Industries and Private residential. We do not condone […]

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On the Commemoration of the 125th Anniversary of the Historic Incident at Pietermaritzburg Railway Station

STATEMENT BY PRINCE MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI MP PRESIDENT OF THE INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY This morning, invited by Her Excellency Ms Ruchira Kamboj, the High Commissioner of India, and Her Excellency Mrs Sushma Swaraj, Minister of External Affairs of the Government of India, I took a special train journey from Pentridge Railway Station in Pietermaritzburg. Many dignitaries […]

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IFP: Rats Feast on Sick Patients in Nkonjeni Hospital

The Inkatha Freedom Party says the report that a thirty-eight year (38) old man from Mahlabathini was allegedly gnawed to death by gigantic rats infesting the Nkonjeni Hospital is the clear indication that sick patients in government hospital are open to rodents to feed on. “The patient’s nose and lips had been badly mutilated in […]

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