IFP iLembe elects new leadership

2018-10-24 06:03
The newly elected IFP executive members during a press briefing last week.PHOTO: Nkosinathi dube

The newly elected IFP executive members during a press briefing last week.PHOTO: Nkosinathi dube

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THE Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) recently unveiled its newly elected executive leadership during a press briefing at their offices on Wednesday, October 10.

The party held its elective conference on Sunday, October 7 at the KwaDukuza Town Hall and the following structure emerged: Khulekani Ninela was elected chairperson, Makhosonke Ntuli secretary, deputy secretary Zandile Ngema, publicity secretary Mziwelanga Sishi, and Nelisha Dosthath treasurer.

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