KZN IFP secretary tipped to replace Buthelezi
On Sunday, Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi announced that he will be stepping down from the party's leadership at its next elective conference.
He has been leading the party since its inception in 1975.
Current KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Secretary Velenkosini Hlabisa has been nominated to take over from Buthelezi.
Hlabisa says Buthelezi has set a good example in leadership.
The president of the IFP has shaped our country, our democracy and set a good example of how leaders should behave.Velenkosi Hlabisa, IFP KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Secretary
He has set a good example which we all emulate today.Velenkosi Hlabisa, IFP KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Secretary
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