IFP MP Mthokozisi Nxumalo was killed in a car accident on Sunday evening, in Nongoma, KZN at age 32
Ramaphosa thanked the Cuban doctors deployed to help fight COVID-19, but the IFP said local health workers also deserve credit
It was claimed on a weekend radio phone-in show that IFP Founder Mangosuthu Buthelezi had passed away – but the party has moved to set the record straight.
The IFP mourns the death of two elderly members who tragically died after their house was gutted by fire.
The IFP calls on the ANC-led government to treat everybody equally.
IFP founder Mangosuthu Buthelezi pays tribute.
A quota system for foreign workers, you say? The IFP have explained their “patriotic” plans on Wednesday, after submitting a bill to Parliament.
There’s a good chance that South African Airways (SAA) as we know it could soon be no more. Multiple politicians are now hoping the plug gets pulled.
Velenkosini Hlabisa pointed out that the country is suffering from recurring and worsening issues.
Hlabisa says it is the government’s responsibility to ramp up the deportation of unskilled foreign nationals.
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South Africa has denied there has been an official evacuation call from the Nigerian government to its citizens in the Rainbow Nation.
VF Hlabisa has no easy task, taking over political leadership from an undisputed giant.
Can this former principal lay down the law for the IFP? Velenkosini Hlabisa has some enormous shoes to fill, but it looks like he can “make the grade”.
IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi has called time on his 44-years in charge of the fourth largest political party in South Africa.
Opposition parties walked out of a scheduled eThekwini executive committee meeting, meaning it had to be postponed for a lack of attendance.
Another life claimed by political killings.
Narend Singh – the head of elections for the IFP – had claimed that one of their party members was killed on Wednesday while at a voting booth.
Shenge is not going anywhere.
Jacob Zuma may be having a great time in Nkandla, but the other residents are besieged by poor service delivery and undesirable living conditions.
For the first time in 45 years, the IFP will have a new leader.
May the matriarch of the Buthelezi dynasty rest in eternal peace.
The IFP confirmed that they would not comment on personal issues.
The Inkatha Freedom Party congress – where Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi’s successor was to be elected – has been postponed. It’s just the latest twist in Buthelezi’s long political life.