25 February 2014
Without decent jobs, South Africans cannot
make their own decisions and create their own future. This puts
our nation at risk because it breeds poverty, crime and
At the IFP's manifesto launch this Sunday, at
the King Zwelithini Stadium in Umlazi, Durban, the IFP will
propose measures to get South Africa working. We have the
experience, the knowledge and the will to take action NOW! Our
mission is to create conditions that attract and develop skills
and enable current and new businesses to drive our country
Moreover, corruption in our country has become
a cancer that is not easy to remove. If allowed to thrive, it
becomes a culture that will steal our future.
We, as South Africans, must not tolerate
dishonesty. We must refuse to be part of it, report it, and
demand a justice system that punishes it. The IFP believes in
fighting corruption with a zero tolerance policy.
The IFP manifesto launch on Sunday will see
masses of people converge in Durban to attend the launch, as
people look to the IFP for hope. They are looking to the IFP to
provide solutions to their never-ending problems such as -
unemployment, crime, the degenerating standard of education and
the poor health system, to name a few issues the IFP will
address in its manifesto.
Details are as follow:
Date: Sunday, 02 March 2014
Time: 10h00 (TBC)
Venue: King Zwelithini Stadium, Umlazi, Durban
ALL MEDIA ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.
Mr Albert Mncwango MP, IFP Deputy
National Chairperson, 083 448 4896
Media enquiries contact:
Mr Phendulani Biyase, IFP Media Officer, 073