Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal, 18 June 2016 - The National Freedom Party is expected to launch its manifesto in Vryheid, KwaZulu-aNtal, today. Party leader Zanele Magwaza-Msibi will address the party supporters.?
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VRYHEID: The National Freedom Party launched its manifesto in Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal, on Saturday.
Party leader Zanele Magwaza-Msibi addressed supporters, but was soon supported by her daughter, Gugu Gumede.
Magwaza-Msibi&39;s daughter confirms that her speech was affected by the stroke. She will present her Mom&39;s message NFP— Phakamile Hlubi (@phakxx) June 18, 2016
Gugu Gumede daughter of Magwaza-Msibi is addressing the crowd NFP— Phakamile Hlubi (@phakxx) June 18, 2016
Party leaders promised service delivery to be at the centre of its governance.
NFP Secretary General hlanhla Khubisa says, “The party has been growing, it has spread all over the country. We are bringing forth governance with no corruption."
"We are bring forth a caring governance. Caring for the weak, for the poorest of the poor, the indigent, the women, the orphans, the disabled and all."
"We are bringing water, houses, roads electricity. We bring service delivery and nothing else but service delivery. We have done it. We have a track record."
The NFP is promising safe drinking water to all people and the eradication of bucket systems— Phakamile Hlubi (@phakxx) June 18, 2016
The party says the country deserves better governance.
Khubisa added, "The majority of municipalities in South Africa have been mismanaged, with corruption and cadre deployment systematically destroying the capacity of local government."
"Service delivery protests have become an everyday occurrence, with our people resorting to violence to show their dissatisfaction and frustrations."
"Surely this need not be so South Africa deserves. South Africa deserves better”.
The police say at least two thousand people are here, but it looks like its much more NFP— Phakamile Hlubi (@phakxx) June 18, 2016