Friday, July 31, 2015

IFP urges the KZN government not to yield to MKVA

Melon Radebe
31 July 2015

The Inkatha Freedom Party said the country cannot allow a situation where certain people will use their status and contracts to get special treatment.

This follows the alleged demand by the Umkhonto WeSizwe Military Veteran’s Association that its members be employed at various municipalities.

The IFP urges the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial government not to allow to be held to ransom by the Umkhonto WeSizwe Military Veteran’s Association.

The IFP’s Blessed Gwala said, “They must follow the due process. Not to use their status to get jobs from government.”



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