On Sunday, 11 December 2022, the IFP leadership, led by Councillor Jane Naidoo, will be hosting a closing rally ahead of a crucial by-election to be held in Ward 99 on 14 December 2022. The IFP's message to all residents, “Come home to the IFP”. The location also holds special significance, as Magabeni township was established by IFP Founder and President Emeritus, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi. All media are invited to attend.
The IFP Caucus in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature, led by the Leader of the Official Opposition in KZN, IFP President VF Hlabisa, embarked on a two-day consultative programme in the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, from 17 to 18 August 2022. (more…)
Commemorating National Women's Day at Craigieburn Hall. The event included a host of motivational speakers, food demonstrations and skits. The keynote address was delivered by IFP Treasurer General, MP Hon. Narend Singh. The event was hosted by the Chairperson of Craigieburn IFP Women's Brigade, Mrs Selvie Moodley. (more…)
Today IFP President, Hon. Velenkosini F Hlabisa, was involved in a clean-up campaign with the Mayor of Big 5 Hlabisa, in and around KwaHlabisa Town. #IFPcares #ServantLeadership #TrustUs #WeWorkForYou #Sethembe (more…)
On Monday, 18 July 2022, in commemoration of Mandela Day, IFP Founder and President Emeritus, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, MP, will be attending the SmartStart 67 Minutes of Activism Event. Prince Buthelezi will be joined by SmartStart CEO, Grace Matlhape, the Mayor of Ulundi Municipality, as well as various DBE representatives. SmartStart was established in May 2015 to create universal access to early learning for three and four-year olds. Read more: www.smartstart.org.za Date: 18 July 2022 Time: 10h00 Location: Mlahleni Community Hall – KwaBrush, Ceza Media are invited to attend. Contact (please send enquiries via WhatsApp): Hon. Liezl Van der Merwe, MP IFP Director of Communications 082 729 2510
On Sunday, 19th June 2022, the Inkatha Freedom Party Youth Brigade (IFPYB) will host the KwaZulu-Natal Youth Day Commemoration at Groutville Sports Ground in Stanger. The Party’s youth wing aims to intensify its call for the fight against youth unemployment during Youth Month. This second Commemoration event will be addressed by the IFP’s Founder and President Emeritus, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, accompanied by the IFPYB National Executive, led by Hon. Chairperson SS Zondo, who will speak to issues of youth unemployment. Details are as follows: Date: Sunday, 19 June 2022 Time: 10:00am Venue: Groutville Sports Ground in Stanger ALL MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA ARE INVITED TO ATTEND For more information, contact: Hon. Sanele Zondo, MP IFPYB National Chairperson 082 659 9870 OR Mr Mduduzi Myeza IFPYB Publicity Secretary 073 5364 958
On Sunday, 15 May, the Inkatha Freedom Party Youth Brigade (IFPYB) lead the launch of the IFP’s Private Members Bill (PMB), the Employment Services Amendment Bill, in Gauteng. This follows the KZN launch on Workers’ Day. IFP President, Hon. Velenkosini Hlabisa, MPL, delivered the keynote speech. The IFP believes that this Private Member’s Bill (PMB) provides a real solution to youth unemployment. The Party started working on this Bill more than two years ago, following concerns about growing youth unemployment and the number of foreign nationals working in the unskilled and low-skilled occupational levels. In a nutshell, the IFP PMB’s aims to “prioritise the employment of South African citizens who are ready, willing, and capable of taking up the available job opportunities”. The IFPYB NEC invited all South Africans to attend the launch. (more…)
Hosted by our IFP councillor, Dr Joathan Annipen, each mother received a gift which included a sari, perfume set and lotion set. 10 sugar testing machines, 10 dinner sets, 10 pressure testing machine, 10 comforter sets, 20 Bouquets of flowers, 10 Water sets were also given as gifts. [metaslider id="32304"] Dr Jonathan Annipen IFP councillor Ethekwini CaucusRead more
KZN Legislature IFP Caucus members, led by President VF Hlabisa emerged resolute, rejuvenated, replenished and ready to roll up their sleeves from it's three days workshop held this past weekend. One of highlight of this workshop was when President Hlabisa showered female caucus members and support staff with tokens of appreciation, in observing Mother's Day Celebration. [metaslider id="32179"]Read more
On Sunday, 1 May, Workers Day, the Inkatha Freedom Party Youth Brigade (IFPYB) will lead the launch of the IFP’s Private Members Bill (PMB), the Employment Services Amendment Bill. This Bill is part of the IFP’s ongoing efforts to help get South Africans to work. IFP President, Hon. Velenkosini Hlabisa, MPL, will deliver the keynote speech. As the IFP, we have been working on this Bill - a real solution to youth unemployment - for the past two years, after citizens voiced their concerns about the free-falling youth unemployment rate and the number of foreign nationals working in the unskilled and low-skilled occupational levels. The IFPYB NEC invites all IFPYB Members to attend the launch. Transport is provided. Media are invited to attend. -- Contact Hon. Sanele Zondo, MP IFPYB Acting National Chairperson 082 659 9870 Or Cllr Mlungisi Mabaso IFPYB National Secretary 073 598 8785
On Wednesday 27 April 2022, the Inkatha Freedom Party NEC, led by IFP President, Velenkosini Hlabisa, MPL, joined by the IFP Youth Brigade (IFPYB), lead a clean-up campaign in commemoration of Freedom Day.The clean-up campaign forms part of the IFP’s ongoing efforts to provide support to communities in the wake of the recent floods that ravaged KwaZulu-Natal. In a practical demonstration of the IFP’s commitment to servant leadership, clean governance and to join the fight against the harmful effects of climate change, the IFP and IFPYB leadership were on the ground and rolling up their sleeves to clean up Battery Beach.
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ADDRESS BY THE HON. MR VELENKOSINI HLABISA MPL IFP PRESIDENT & LEADER OF THE OFFICIAL OPPOSITION: KWAZULU-NATAL
The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) in Gauteng is delighted to announce the launch of its 2021 Local Government Elections (LGE) Manifesto, to be held on Sunday, 10 October 2021. The Launch is set to be addressed by the IFP President, Hon. Velenkosini Hlabisa, MPL.
IFP National Chairperson, Hon. Blessed Gwala, together with Acting IFP Youth Brigade National Chairperson, Sanele Zondo, will be addressing an IFP Rally in Mahikeng Contact details for more information: North West IFP Local Leadership Ms Grace Phaswana 081 424 2986
IFP Treasurer General Hon. Narend Singh accompanied by the IFP Gauteng Provincial leadership will be conducting door-to-door in Ward 74, Thema Springs, moving to Ward 90 in Tembisa Contact for more information: IFP Gauteng Provincial Secretary Alderman Alco Ngobese 076 834 4066
IFP Youth Brigade National Secretary, MMC Mr Mlungisi Mabaso, will be conducting door-to-door in Ward 36 Mfofolo, to Ward 38 Dube Contact for more information: Ms Thabile Maphanga 079 496 1051
IFP National Spokesperson, Hon. Mkhuleko Hlengwa, will be conducting door-to-door in Mzumbe, Wards 16 and 8 Contact details for more information: IFP National Spokesperson Hon. Mkhuleko Hlengwa 071 111 0539Read more
IFP Women’s Brigade National Secretary, Mrs Queen Xulu will be conducting door-to-door in Umlalazi Ward 1 and move to Constituency Manifesto Launch in eShowe
IFP Deputy National Chairperson will be on the IFP Campaigning Bus Tour route in UMkhanyakude District
IFP Deputy President, Hon. Inkosi Mzamo Buthelezi, will be conducting door-to-door in Ophongolo Contact for more information: Campaign Manager in oPhongolo Ms Velephi Skhosana 066 419 9495