spirit of uBuntu
The IFP exists as a political party to serve the people of South Africa, and to do so in the spirit of ubuntu/botho.
22 March 2007
– Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi's Weekly Newsletter to the Nation
...The biggest achievement, in a week when we celebrate Human Rights Day, has been the inculcation of a human rights-based culture amongst our citizenry; one which forcibly speaks out against violence against women and children. The most visible manifestation of this culture in practice was the incensed response from our media condemning the brutal crackdown against the opposition in neighbouring Zimbabwe.
The gap between aspiration and implementation may be wide at times, particularly in service delivery; but we generally know where we want to go as a country, irrespective if we wear ANC, IFP, DA colours, or none at all...
The dedicated servant leaders striving to make South Africa a better place for all
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.
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