Nadeco salutes indunas

2008-04-29 00:00

Political party Nadeco (National Democratic Convention) is on a recruitment drive ahead of the 2009 election and their target at present is to strengthen support among indunas (headmen) in traditional leaders structures.

A special ceremony was held in the Ugu District yesterday to welcome the headman of the Umzumbe area, Induna Gasa, into the party. The ceremony was presided over by Nadeco member of parliament in the KZN Legislature, Professor Jabulani Maphalala, who also welcomed members from the IFP and the ANC.

“These people are well respected in their areas; therefore, the dignity they … can count to the party’s advantage … at grassroots level.”

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