Thank You from the IFP – Our Pledge of Servant Leadership and Integrity

Mar 12, 2024 | Press Releases

In the wake of the successful launch of our Manifesto this past Sunday, at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) wishes to express our deepest gratitude to all our supporters.

With the unveiling of our 13-point Manifesto plan, we are now embarking on a nationwide mission to share our vision to rebuild our country, through progress, integrity, and servant leadership.

This campaign, inspired by our campaign slogan, “Trust Us - We Work for You," and driven by the spirit of #DoItForShenge, reflects our commitment to putting South Africans needs and aspirations at the forefront of our political agenda.

The overwhelming support and turnout at the launch not only signify the trust and hope placed in us but also marked the beginning of our campaign plan towards 29 May 2024.

We thank each and every supporter for the remarkable turnout at our Manifesto Launch. We have now demonstrated to millions of South Africans our readiness to take our country forward.

Our 13-point plan Manifesto is centered on critical issues such as economic empowerment, job creation, healthcare access, quality education, and robust measures against crime and corruption.

This plan is a blueprint for a future where everyone can thrive. It embodies our dedication to governance characterised by our founding principles of ubuntu/botho together with transparency, accountability, and most importantly, integrity.

We stand ready to serve all South Africans as champions of servant leadership.

Our campaign now will continue to be inspired by #DoItForShenge, as it is a call to action for all who believe in a government that works for them, with them.

As we move forward, know that the IFP is not just working on your behalf, we are working with you, for you.
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Contact
Mkhuleko Hlengwa, MP
IFP National Spokesperson
071 111 0539

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