15 April 2014.
For the IFP the upcoming elections will not
only hinge on political parties'
positions on land reform but the issue of
traditional leadership will also be a critical matter on which
the electorate would base their decision on who to vote for on
May 7, 2014.
Land reform policies affect how we produce our
own food, protect our food security, and seize socio-economic
opportunities. But when it comes to land reform, the current
government has made very little progress in the past 20 years.
Moreover, the IFP recognises that, since 1994,
traditional leaders have slowly seen their authority eroded. Our
leaders no longer decide how communal land is administered.
At the press briefing tomorrow, senior IFP
leadership will outline the party's views on how to fix land
reform in South Africa as well as its policies on Traditional
Details are as follows:
Date: Wednesday, 16 April 2014
Venue: IFP Media Room, Ist Floor, 2 Durban
Club Place, Durban.
All media are invited to attend.
Contact: Thabisile Mkhize on 073 522 1786