IFP KZN premier candidate on campaign trail in Amajuba district

On Saturday, the 13th April 2019 the IFP KZN Premier Candidate Velenkosini Hlabisa and IFP senior leadership will do door-to-door in Ward 11, Osizweni in the Amajuba District Municipality. Premier Candidate Hlabisa will address families living in one-room homes and will then proceed to Osizweni Stadium to address a party rally and deliver the IFPs plan for KwaZulu-Natal. Details for the IFP Door-to-Door as follows: Date: Saturday, […]

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IFP demands action on rising drug problem

The IFP express its grave concern with drug abuse by the youth in South Africa, saying it can lead to unproductive society if the vice is not instantly corrected. A new drug craze called Xanax is sweeping through schools in KwaZulu-Natal and has teachers, principals and parents at their wits end.   We are on […]

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IFP calls for greater support for the SPCA

The IFP is alarmed by reports that the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (SPCA) has started closing some of its branches, most notably in Mpumalanga, and that it is struggling to keep its doors open nationwide. SPCA branches in Kloof and Highway, in KwaZulu Natal, are also struggling as are many others in communities […]

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Congratulations to all the 2019 graduates but be warned of the jobless economy and vote for change, vote IFP

The IFP would like to congratulate all the 2019 graduates across the country and wish them much success in their future endeavours. Statistics South Africa shows that university graduation numbers are on the rise especially among blacks. We commend the government on prioritising funding for previously disadvantaged students as evidence shows that the number of […]

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South African Israeli Embassy ‘downgrade’ is regressive diplomacy

The Inkatha Freedom Party has always maintained that a negotiated two–state solution, consistent with the 1967 borders, is the only way to effectively address and advance the peace process in the Middle East. The decision by the South African Government to ‘downgrade’ the South African Embassy in Israel to a liaison office is regressive diplomacy which does […]

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IFP President on campaign trail in Limpopo & North West province this weekend

As the IFP’s election campaign gains momentum countrywide and the election date draws closer, IFP President Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP, will take the IFP’s election campaign to Limpopo and the North West on the 13th and the 14th of April 2019 respectively. IFP President Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP will be accompanied by senior members of the IFP and the IFP’s […]

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Expedite the process of issuing driving permits

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal urges the MEC of Transport, Honourable Mxolisi Kaunda to intervene and fast track the process of issuing driving permits for the minibus taxi industry in the province. This call follows the rampage in the city centre by taxi drivers and owners who blocked the roads, pulled out passengers from public transport […]

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IFP Condems The On-going Use Of Pit Latrines In KZN Schools

The IFP condemns the deplorable state of affairs at the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Basic Education, amid reports that a School Monitoring Survey revealed that schools in KwaZulu-Natal came out tops as having the most infrastructure challenges. This state of affairs is disheartening because the province of KwaZulu-Natal used to be amongst the best performing provinces […]

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IEC Confirms IFP Party Lists Contain Leaders Of Integrity

The IFP is pleased to note the IEC’s announcement today that it has received no objections to any of the names of IFP leaders who have been nominated to serve in the National Assembly or Provincial Parliaments nationwide. No complaints were launched against the IFP’s lists. The IEC announced today that it received more than […]

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