Join the Ward 35 IFP Youth Brigade March to Jabavu Clinic

Jun 7, 2023 | IPFYB, Press Releases

On Friday, 09 June 2023, the Inkatha Freedom Party Youth Brigade (IFPYB) will lead a peaceful march to Jabavu Clinic, Soweto. The march is a culmination of the community’s discontent with the deteriorating personnel and basic service shortages that effectively deny patients at the Jabavu clinic proper access to healthcare services and medicines.

The purpose of the march will be to demonstrate the IFPYB’s effort towards ensuring access to health care facilities in Gauteng township communities.

The march will take place in accordance with the IFP policy which asserts that “Good health and well-being is integral to the overall socio-economic success of our nation.”

The delegation will hand over a list of demands to the administration of the Jabavu clinic.

All media are invited.

Date: Friday, 09 June 2023
Time: 10h30
Meeting and departure point: Jabavu Soccer Grounds
Arrival point: Jabavu Clinic


Contact:

Nomandla Madolwane
Ward 35 Chairperson
063 262 9229

Or

Tumelo Mokgoka
March Organiser
079 678 1415

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