IFP determined to retain ward in KZN’s Lindelani

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IFP president Velenkosini Hlabisa
IFP president Velenkosini Hlabisa

The IFP on Sunday vowed to retain the ward it won in Lindelani, KwaDukuza, during the 2016 local government elections.

The ward, which became vacant following the death of IFP councillor Jabulani Sibiya, is one of the wards that will be contested by political parties during by-elections, scheduled to take place across the province on Wednesday.

Speaking during the IFP election campaign trail in Lindelani, party president Velenkosini Hlabisa told residents that the IFP will continue to look after their needs should they return it to power.

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