2019 South African general election: Analysis and News

Why IFP thinks it would be 'breath of fresh air' in the Western Cape

This week Kieno Kammies chats to the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) Chief Whip in Parliament Narend Singh about why the IFP deserve your vote.

We are unapologetic that our largest concentration of supporters are from KZN.

Narend Singh, Chief whip - IFP

We are the fourth largest party in the National Assembly...and we have been there for many years, since 1994.

Narend Singh, Chief whip - IFP

While 2014 was a bad year for the party, it has seen an upswing in support since 2016.

Singh says people of the Western Cape should care about the IFP since it has been taking up issues that affect them, issues such as the environment, medical cannabis to name a few.

We'll come as a breath of fresh air, not to be in government in the Western Cape, but to represent the interests in the Western Cape

Narend Singh, Chief whip - IFP

Take a listen to the interview below:


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