Funeral Service in Remembrance and Honour of the late Honourable Simo Ezra Mfayela

Dear Honourable Members Please find the LINK for the Hybrid Funeral Service in Remembrance and Honour of the late Honourable Simo Ezra Mfayela (MP), which is scheduled on Thursday, 31 December at 09h00 – 13h00: Join Zoom Funeral Service: https://parliament-gov-za.zoom.us/j/99613325995?pwd=MjQ1cWZHb0lIZlBvVDR4RE12aXREZz09 Meeting ID: 996 1332 5995 Passcode: 168645 Please note that the LINK will be LIVE […]

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IFP Welcomes Adjusted Level 3 Lockdown

The IFP welcomes this evening’s address by President Cyril Ramaphosa, which outlined a number of measures to curb the transmission of Covid-19 in our country, and further announced the adjustment to Level 3 lockdown. This address was expected, as many South Africans have let their guard down and acted irresponsibly during this festive period. In […]

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IFP PRESIDENT TO PAY TRIBUTE TO REV. BRO. REMIGIUS MIZRAEM SIBIYA BY ATTENDING THE UNVEILING OF HIS TOMBSTONE IN UMZUMBE

On Sunday, 20 December 2020, IFP President, Hon. Velenkosini Hlabisa, will attend the unveiling of the tombstone of Bro. Remegius Mizraem Sibiya OTR (born 06/11/1910 – died 30/04/1999), at St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church in eMabheleni, uMzumbe, on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. President Hlabisa will be paying tribute to this fallen veteran, who left […]

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IFP Welcomes Stricter Lockdown Measures Amid Second Wave

The IFP welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement this evening – in consultation with the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) and Cabinet – that we implement stricter measures in coronavirus hotspots, and on gatherings. Just a week ago, the President addressed the nation, warning us all of the risks of a second wave, yet it seems […]

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IFP demands a plan to protect nurses from Coronavirus in KZN

The IFP calls on the KZN MEC for Health, Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu, to present a detailed plan on the measures that are in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus among healthcare workers in public hospitals. This, as the pandemic has begun to sweep through KZN’s medical ranks, with anxiety growing among normally dispassionate medical […]

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IFP Statement on the Passing of Motjeka Madisha

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) in Gauteng extends its condolences to the family, friends and fans of Mamelodi Sundowns soccer player, Motjeka Madisha. The 25-year-old Madisha had a promising future ahead of him. His shocking and untimely death came as a result of a tragic car accident, which occurred in the early hours of Sunday […]

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