IFP to resolve tension between hostel dwellers and Indian communities in KZN

Jul 17, 2021 | Press Releases

Tomorrow the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial leadership of the IFP will be meeting with residents of KwaMashu Hostel and Indian communities to resolve the tension that began during the looting and destruction of properties.

The IFP Provincial Chairperson, Mr Thami Ntuli, will be addressing the residents.

Details for the meeting are as follows:

KwaMashu Hostel Section A
Date: 18 July 2021
Venue: Rotary Stadium
Time: 10:00am

The meeting will then move to:
Venue: Duffs-Road area
Time: 14:00pm

All Media personnel are invited to attend.

For more information,

Contact:
IFP Ward Councilor in KwaMashu:
Cllr. Gwala
082 764 5773

Or

IFP Provincial Chairperson
Mr Thami Ntuli
072 585 5000

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