IFP to Launch Weekly Press Briefings on Manifesto Topics

17 March 2014.


On Tuesday 18 March 2014, the IFP leadership will launch the first of 8 weekly press briefings on the themes of the IFP's manifesto and our promises to the electorate ahead of the all important May 7 elections.


Each week, from 18 March until the May 7th elections, we will present a different theme, giving the media an opportunity to ask questions and discover exactly where we stand on the important issues that South Africans face on a daily basis.


During our first briefing on 18 March we will focus on service delivery. Those who followed our manifesto launch on the 2nd will know that the IFP considers service delivery a key responsibility of Government. Looking at the state of service delivery in South Africa, it is clear that our people deserve better.


That is our message to South Africa on this important issue You Deserve Better!


Please join us in KwaMashu for this first press briefing. Many residents of KwaMashu, some who are forced to live in squalor, have often called for an improvement in service delivery. But their very real concerns remain unaddressed. On Tuesday, the IFP will bring hope to the people of KwaMashu.




Date: Tuesday, 18 March 2014


Time: 10h30


Venue: Rotary Stadium, KwaMashu


Directions: KwaMashu off-ramp, pass the robots, then take left, pass the robots, then take left again, go over the bridge then take left, you will see block flats on the right ( Ask for Rotary Stadium )


ALL MEDIA ARE INVITED TO ATTEND AND SHOULD RSVP BY EMAILING [email protected] or [email protected]



Mr Albert Mncwango MP, on 083 448 4896


Mr Phendulani Biyase, IFP Media Officer, on 073 024 5675.