President Zuma Must Prioritise Youth Unemployment

The IFP Youth Brigade demands that President Jacob Zuma make youth unemployment and development a priority when he delivers his State of the Nation Address. “Tackling youth unemployment would make rural areas less dependent on government handouts. Over the next five years, we want to see more partnership between government and businesses, to prioritise socio-economic […]

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Medical Parole Policy Must Be Reviewed

The IFP demands for a review of the current flawed policy regulating medical parole, following the multiple denials for medical parole for Clive Derby-Lewis, even though medical records prove that he is in a critical condition. “Justice cannot be selective. It must be consistent, even with people we regarded as one’s opponents. It is clear […]

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Prince Buthelezi Apologises on Behalf of Our Nation

In the midst of escalating xenophobic attacks in various places across South Africa, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, President of the IFP, has expressed the apology owed by our nation, yet disturbingly withheld by our nation’s leaders. Following the release of detailed comment in his online newsletter today (available here) Prince Buthelezi issued the following message to […]

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IFP Calls for Dialogue to Combat Xenophobia and Discrimination

The IFP calls on government to organise a community dialogue involving all relevant role players, to address recurring violent incidents in Gauteng and other parts of South Africa, that could be linked to xenophobia. “The dialogue will seek to increase awareness about issues affecting foreign nationals and to encourage a spirit of unity and peaceful […]

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