07 April 2014.
If the last election was the 'toilet
election', as analysts suggested when political parties had to
defend their record on delivering sanitation services, 2014 must
surely be the 'employment election', because our country's
economy and workforce are in big trouble.
Where once we struggled against Apartheid, now
the vast majority of South Africans seem to just struggle.
Frustration is rising, protests are flaring and street justice
Today, many young South Africans believe that
they will never be gainfully employed. The flowery Struggle
rhetoric and apparent gains of the past 20 years have not helped
millions of South Africans to put food on the table.
An IFP government would balance job creation
and job protection, by revising labour laws to allow for more
flexibility. We believe that would generate investment, new jobs
During a press briefing on Wednesday, the IFP
NEC will unpack its manifesto which has policies to get South
DETAILS ARE AS FOLLOWS
DATE: Wednesday, 09th April 2014
TIME: 09H00 - 13H00
VENUE: COASTAL KZN FET COLLEGE, UMLAZI V
CONTACT: ANDILE KHUMALO 076 0435 811 / 082 628