IFP welcomes IEC decision to adopt Moseneke Inquiry recommendations

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) welcomes the decision by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) to adopt the recommendations of the Moseneke Inquiry Report into “Ensuring Free and Fair Local Government Elections During Covid-19”. We further welcome the speed with which the IEC reached this decision, particularly with the Voter Registration Weekend provisionally being scheduled for […]

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Statement by Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP on recent fake video (isiZulu)

UKUQONDISA MAYELANA NELUMBO OKUDUKISWA NGALO UMPHAKATHI EZINDABENI NASEZITHANGAMINI NGOKUNGIBHECA NGOKUSUSA UDLAME SIKHISHWA NGUMANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI UMSUNGULI NOMENGAMELI NGOKUHLONISHWA WEQEMBU LE-IFP   Kulezinsuku ezedlule ubuholi be-IFP buqale ukusebenza imini nobusuku endaweni yase-Phoenix ukunqanda labo phakathi kwalomuzi abangoqonda, ababulala abantu abangenacala. Lento eyenzeka ePhoenix isiphethe kabuhlungu kangangoba siyayigxeka ngawo onke amandla esinawo. Ngakho-ke kusimangalisile ukuthi esimeni esibucayi saloludlame […]

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IFP leadership assisted in search for missing bodies in eThekwini

Following consistent cries on social media about bodies said to be in the vicinity of Queen Nandi Drive, eThekwini leaders of the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP), drove to the area on Wednesday morning on a fact-finding mission, to alert the relevant authorities if anything was found. Councillors Ntombifuthi Gumede and Thembinkosi Biyela, as well as […]

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Condemning race-based violence

Statement by Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP Founder and President Emeritus of the Inkatha Freedom Party   As news of race-based violence continues to emerge from Phoenix and surrounding areas, we plead for order to be restored and justice to prevail. The IFP extends our deepest condolences to the grief-stricken families who have lost loved ones […]

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The Constitutional divorce we cannot afford

By Narend Singh, IFP Chief Whip in Parliament President Ramaphosa, in an address to the nation in July regarding the looting and violence at play in our country, accused instigators of trying to destabilise our constitutional democracy. His description fell far short of how people experiencing these events actually felt. The lack of security forces […]

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In Condemnation of Inflammatory Fake News on Facebook

Statement by Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP Founder and President Emeritus of the Inkatha Freedom Party   Over the past few days, the IFP’s leadership has been working day and night in the community of Phoenix to stop the despicable vigilante violence that is targeting black people. We are devastated by the murders and vicious attacks, […]

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IFP welcomes findings of Moseneke Inquiry

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) welcomes the tabling of the Report and the recommendations calling for the postponement of the upcoming Local Government Elections (LGE) by the former Deputy Chief Justice, Dikgang Moseneke, in the outcome of the Inquiry into “Ensuring Free and Fair Local Government Elections During Covid-19”. We further appreciate Inquiry’s pragmatism in […]

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IFP shocked by vandalism of schools during KZN protests

The IFP Caucus in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature is shocked by the report delivered by KZN Education MEC, Hon. K Mshengu, that 59 schools (thus far) have been vandalised in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. This vandalism is linked to the protest action that took place in KZN and Gauteng last week. The number of vandalised schools […]

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