SONA Debate – Address by Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi

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Joint Sitting Debate on the 2016 State of the Nation Address Address By Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP President of the Inkatha Freedom Party National Assembly: 16 February 2016 Honourable Speaker; Honourable Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces; Your Excellency the President; Your Excellency the…

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Government officials must be held personally accountable for their blunders

The Inkatha Freedom Party in KwaZulu-Natal welcomes the ruling of the Pietermaritzburg High Court that ordered two Kokstad Municipality officials to pay back the money after they were found to be negligent in doing their work. "This ruling is a bold step in the right…

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MTBPS 2015: Government must reduce spending

The Inkatha Freedom Party expects the Minister of Finance, Hon. Nhlanhla Nene, to announce measures to reign in government spending during his Medium Term Budget Policy Statement to be delivered tomorrow as means of hedging against a greater risk of less than forecasted tax receipts…

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R277 million Gansbaai to Bredasdorp road to unlock economic potential in Overberg Region

Statement by Donald Grant Minister of Transport and Public Works R277 Million Gansbaai To Bredasdorp road to unlock economic potential in Overgberh region I am honoured to be here today, during October Transport Month, to celebrate the completion of the upgraded Gansbaai to Bredasdorp road.…

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Parliamentary Debate on Youth Day 2015

Input by: MKHULEKO HLENGWA MP Inkatha Freedom Party Honourable Speaker, When it comes to Youth Development the government deservedly scores 0 out of 10. They have not walked their talk. And today on behalf of the Youth of South Africa, I give this government a…

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IFP: Country being led into darkness and uncertainty

"Recent load shedding and impending water restrictions are the result of poor planning and a lack of astute leadership by a government that has lost the plot," said IFP National Chairperson, Mr Blessed Gwala. "This government has clearly demonstrated that it does not have the…

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IFPYB: Parliament has become a lame duck institution

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"Our Parliament has effectively become a corruption endorsing institution, which rubber stamps Luthuli House decisions to protect Mr Zuma." Said Mkhuleko Hlengwa MP, IFP Youth Brigade National Chairperson, during the Youth Brigade Music Festival in Ulundi whilst campaigning for an upcoming by-election. Hlengwa was reacting…

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IFP: Against proposed municipality being named after Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

The IFP in KwaZulu-Natal has rejected the recent pronouncement by the ANC chairperson in Sisonke, Mluleki Ndobe, that Ingwe Municipality and KwaSani Municipality will be amalgamated and now form one municipality called Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma Municipality. "The IFP is concerned that the ruling party is…

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IFP: OLDER PERSONS MUST BE PROTECTED

The IFP Women's Brigade calls on government to ensure that older people's rights are upheld and defended as we commemorate the International Day of Older Persons. "Older people's rights must be upheld and defended. They must be protected from discrimination and abuse. We condemn in…

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IFP: PEOPLE IN DIRE NEED OF HOUSING NOT OWLS

The IFP calls on the Gauteng Provincial government, specifically the Department of Human Settlements and the City of Johannesburg to urgently provide people with decent housing instead of spending millions of rand buying owls to eat rats. "The City of Johannesburg has allocated R2.5 million…

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