IFP to blitz metro voters

2011-04-21 00:00

THE Secretary-General of the Inkatha Freedom Party, Musa Zondi, will be campaigning today in parts of the eThekwini Metro.

IFP national organiser Albert Mncwango announced that ­Zondi will kick off his campaign at Isipingo Metro Police and proceed to Folweni for door-to-door campaigning.

Campaigning will also take place at Emaweleni, Umlazi and proceed to Kennedy Road, Springfield.

Zondi’s group will then do door-to-door campaigning at Mshayazafe in Inanda and proceed to Redcliffe Settlement.

For details, call S.G. Nyawuza at 072 637 0063.

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