Serving in the
spirit of uBuntu

IFP president sets the record straight

Listen as Inkatha Freedom Party President, Hon. Velenkosini Hlabisa MPL, sets the record straight as he explains the IFP’s governance approach for hung municipalities, on Ukhozi FM.

Making a difference

The IFP exists as a political party to serve the people of South Africa, and to do so in the spirit of ubuntu/botho.

Trust us. Listen and share our song

Our song for South Africa

IFP Election Song

Latest News

IFP president sets the record straight

Ukhozi FM – isiZulu

Newzroom Afrika – English

Listen to the English interview here:
https://omny.fm/shows/early-breakfast-talk/ifp-and-anc-coalition-in-kzn

National Press Releases

28 October, 2021

Closing Campaign Rally of the IFP Ahead of the 2021 Local Government Elections

Read more
28 October, 2021

Closing Campaign Rally of the IFP Ahead of the 2021 Local Government Elections

Read more
28 October, 2021

IFP President and IFP National Chairperson to lead a delegation on a courtesy visit to Bapedi Kingdom in Limpopo

Read more
27 October, 2021

IFP: Campaigning and Election Day

Read more

Other Press Releases

Press Releases 1 December, 2021

IFPYB: Fuel Price Hike Coincides with Announcement of Higher Unemployment Stats

Read more
KwaZulu-Natal Speeches 1 December, 2021

Debate on 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children

Read more
KwaZulu-Natal Speeches 1 December, 2021

Debate on the Report of the Rules Committee on The amended KwaZulu-Natal Legislature Standing Rules

Read more
KwaZulu-Natal Speeches 1 December, 2021

KwaZulu-Natal Legislature: Friday 26th November 2021 – Pietermaritzburg Debate on the KZN 2021/2022 mid-year Budget Performance Report

Read more

Our Feed

🗣We must protect our vulnerable communities. It is a duty and a responsibility we cannot take lightly. ✊The consequences of inaction could amount to death. 🇿🇦Rise up, empower yourself through knowledge to stay informed. Share the IFP Women's Brigade #IFPWB Info-posts with loved ones during the #16DaysCampaign #16days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an opportunity to speak out, to speak up and to possibly save a life!#16daysofActivism2021 #StopGBV #IFPWB ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago  ·  

View on Facebook
In pledging our support for the #16daysofactivism #stopgbv❌ We have taken this pledge - this is our pledge, but you can adopt it too - make sure to Repost/Share & Send 📌 this Pledge to all your friends and networks. ❤This is the first step to committing to the fight against gender-based violence. ✊I AM TAKING ACTION TODAY TO SECURE A SAFER TOMORROW FOR ALL. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago  ·  

View on Facebook

Latest Tweets

🇿🇦📢The National Assembly is holding a Debate today on #16DaysofActivism2021, under the theme: Building safer communities and realising gender equality through socio-economic empowerment of women and youth in the year of Charlotte Maxeke.
⏲️14:00
📽️https://cutt.ly/cYytINN

#16daysofactivism #StopGBV❌ This is our pledge. Repost/Share & Send 📌 this Pledge to all your friends and networks. ❤This is the first step to committing to the fight against gender-based violence. ✊

I AM TAKING ACTION TODAY TO SECURE A SAFER TOMORROW FOR ALL.

4

STATEMENT | IFP: COMMEMORATING WORLD AIDS DAY 2021

Today, as the world unites to commemorate World AIDS Day, the IFP would like to take a moment to remember all those who have lost their lives, as well as those who have lost family members and loved ones to this devasting virus.

Logo for the Inkatha Freedom Party

Join The IFP

Trust us. We work for you

Our Leadership

The dedicated servant leaders striving to make South Africa a better place for all

Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP

Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP

MP, IFP President Emeritus
Read more
Hon. Velenkosini Fiki Hlabisa

Hon. Velenkosini Fiki Hlabisa

President of the IFP
Read more
Hon. Inkosi Mzamo Buthelezi

Hon. Inkosi Mzamo Buthelezi

MP, IFP Deputy President

Get to know the IFP

Learn about the IFP’s history, our vision for South Africa and her people, the various IFP structures, and the policies that inform how we govern.

“We have our own history, our own language, our own culture. But our destiny is also tied up with the destinies of other people – history has made us all South Africans.”

Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, President Emeritus