IFP supports proposal for TERS extension

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal supports the announcement by the KZN MEC for Economic Development, Ravi Pillay, that they are advocating for the Temporary Employer / Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) to be extended. The stance taken by the Province of KwaZulu-Natal on the issue of the TERS is much appreciated, and the KZN MEC for Economic […]

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IFP WELCOMES THE LAUNCH OF MYSAPS APP IN KZN

  The IFP welcomes the initiative launched by Vodacom and the SAPS called MYSAPS app in KZN. The IFP will always support any progressive initiative aimed at reducing crime in our Province. For the SAPS and Vodacom to launch such an initiative is a step in a right direction as crime is changing in the […]

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IFP CALLS FOR INQUIRY INTO HIGH ACCIDENTS IN KZN

The IFP calls for a Commission of Inquiry to scrutinise the Government’s approach to Road Safety following the horror accident that resulted in 8 fatalities. A Porsche and a Fortuner collided on the N11 just outside Ladysmith on Saturday night and the vehicles burst into flames leaving no survivors. The blatant disregard of traffic rules […]

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