IFP: Homeless at risk of being infected with Coronavirus

The Inkatha Freedom Party is worried that people who live in informal settlements and those who are homeless face a huge risk of exposure to the coronavirus sweeping the nation, as their homeless status could become vectors from which the virus spreads even more broadly than it has already. As the number of cases of COVID-19 continues […]

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IFP update on COVID-19 response

As South Africa’s confirmed cases of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) rose to 116 this morning, leaders of all political parties represented in Parliament met in Tuynhuys, in Cape Town, with President Cyril Ramaphosa to discuss a coordinated response. The IFP’s Deputy President, the Hon. Inkosi Mzamo Buthelezi MP, participated in the meeting, providing the IFP’s input in […]

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IFP submits racism and religious intolerance complaints to human rights commission

The IFP has today written to the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) to accordingly request that two individual matters be investigated and that appropriate action/sanction can be taken by the SAHRC. It is imperative that the religious, cultural and traditional rights of all South Africans are protected and upheld and therefore the SAHRC is best placed to […]

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