St. Benedictine Hospital Can Become A Shebeen

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal calls on the MEC of Health, Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo, to urgently take necessary steps against St Benedictine Hospital management in KwaNongoma, after the claims that this hospital management has issued a circular allowing alcohol onto the premises. “It is alleged that there was a circular sent to staff and security personnel […]

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Make African Languages Compulsory, Not Foreign Ones

The IFP calls on the Minister of Basic Education to rather make African languages compulsory in schools than pushing for Mandarin to be taught in schools. “This begs a question of whether schools in China will teach IsiZulu or other African languages, as the Minister has announced that some schools in Gauteng as from next […]

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MEC of Education Must Outline Financial Recovery Plan

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal wants to know from the MEC of Education, Peggy Nkonyeni, how she will recover the huge amount of public funds lost due to the postponement of a two-day education summit which was set to start yesterday in Durban. “The MEC must give us clarity on how her department will recover the […]

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IFP Calls for Xenophobia Debate

“South Africa needs to engage in a “serious” national discussion about citizenship to combat xenophobia as the attacks on foreign nationals are escalating alarmingly,” said IFP National Chairperson Mr Blessed Gwala. “A society that is changing needs to have an antidote to xenophobia and racism. A serious discussion about citizenship is one of the antidotes […]

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