Would you like to ask the IFP a question? Here's your chance!

2019-05-05 13:08
IFP member Mkhuleko Hlengwa.
IFP member Mkhuleko Hlengwa

Still not sure who to vote for come May 8? Would you like to directly ask political leaders a question before casting your vote? Here is your chance.

We're opening News24 up to the leaders of various political parties so that our audience can engage with them directly. 

It's a live, online interview led entirely by YOU as a citizen!

News24 editor-in-chief Adriaan Basson says the country's largest site is the ideal platform for undecided voters to engage with political party leaders ahead of the May 8 election.

"It is clear to me that there are still thousands of undecided voters who haven't made up their minds about who to vote for. This is a unique opportunity for News24's readers to directly ask the leaders of political parties what they want to help them decide."

News24 has extended invitations to all major South African political parties to participate in our live online interviews. 

So far, the ANC, DA, UDM, IFP, FF Plus, COPE and GOOD have agreed to face questions from News24's almost 1 million daily users.

You can see our previous Q&A's here:

Next up we have IFP member Mkhuleko Hlengwa!

IFP member Mkhuleko Hlengwa.

Here's how you can chat to Hlengwa:

Tweet him: Send your questions on Twitter using the hashtag #HlengwaOnNews24 and tag @News24.

Mail him: Send a mail to feedback@news24.com with the subject line 'Questions for the IFP'

Find everything you need to know about the 2019 National and Provincial Government Elections at our News24 Elections site, including the latest news and detailed, interactive maps for how South Africa has voted over the past 3 elections. Make sure your News24 app is updated to access all our elections coverage in one place. 

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