IFPYB to Lead Launch of IFP Private Members Bill

Apr 30, 2022 | Press Releases

On Sunday, 1 May, Workers Day, the Inkatha Freedom Party Youth Brigade (IFPYB) will lead the launch of the IFP’s Private Members Bill (PMB), the Employment Services Amendment Bill.

This Bill is part of the IFP’s ongoing efforts to help get South Africans to work.

IFP President, Hon. Velenkosini Hlabisa, MPL, will deliver the keynote speech.

As the IFP, we have been working on this Bill – a real solution to youth unemployment – for the past two years, after citizens voiced their concerns about the free-falling youth unemployment rate and the number of foreign nationals working in the unskilled and low-skilled occupational levels.

Among others, the IFP PMB’s goal is to “prioritise the employment of South African citizens who are ready, willing, and capable of taking up the available job opportunities”.

The IFPYB NEC invites all IFPYB Members to attend the launch. Transport is provided.

Date: 1 May 2022
Time: 09h00
Venue: Gingindlovu Town Hall (Ward 18 Eshowe)

Media are invited to attend.

Contact
Hon. Sanele Zondo, MP
IFPYB Acting National Chairperson
082 659 9870

Or

Cllr Mlungisi Mabaso
IFPYB National Secretary
073 598 8785

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