Pain of Broken Promises Makes People to Resort to Violence

The IFP believes that protests in different parts of the country as seen in Malamulele, Majakaneng near Brits and Mohlakeng are as a result of the growing dissatisfaction among people about the failure of government to deliver services. “These protests are an indication of government’s failure to deliver basic services to the people. An idle […]

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IFP Caucuses Strategise to Strengthen Local Governance

Over the next two days the IFP’s Members of Parliament and Members of the Provincial Legislatures are meeting in a Joint Caucus Workshop to strategise on how to return the focus of South Africa’s politics to service delivery and strengthening local government. Speaking on the aims of the Workshop, the IFP’s Secretary General, the Hon. […]

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Government Must Outline Measures to Eradicate Poverty and Street Begging

The IFP calls on KZN Provincial Government to outline measures to eradicate poverty and street begging or to impose an Anti-Begging Bill aimed at a total ban of street begging. “Government must put in place enduring and compassionate strategies, as well as legislation to mitigate unemployment, improve employability and self-reliance. Government must take hard decisions […]

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