IFP joins call to scrap e-tolls

The Inkatha Freedom Party has launched its Gauteng election manifesto.

JOHANNESBURG - The IFP says it wants to promote economic growth and remove all obstacles for job seekers. 

Party leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi launched its Gauteng election manifesto in Soweto. 

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"The IFP champions one card system for all forms of public transport.

We want e-tolls scrapped. We want regulation of Uber and Taxify to be fast-tracked.

We want a job seekers metro card for trains and buses.

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We need to remove all obstacles for all people seeking jobs.

We need to lower data costs, to make access to internet and email affordable. We have the highest data cost.

If we want to grow our economy we need to get these basics right first of all."

South Africans go to the poll on 8 May.

Source
eNCA