#RegisterToVoteIFP: President Hlabisa to Visit Ndwedwe Constituency Voting Stations

Feb 3, 2024 | Press Releases

The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) President, Hon. Velenkosini Hlabisa, MP will visit various voting stations tomorrow, Sunday, 4 February 2024 in Ndwedwe Constituency.

President Hlabisa’s tour of the voting stations will commence promptly at 09:00. Members of the media are invited to accompany him.



1. Venue: Mlandeleni School, Maqadini, Ward 3
2. Venue: Mashiyamahle Secondary, Mwolokohlo, Ward 11
3. Venue: Sotobe High, Nodwengu, Ward 9
4. Venue: Sgedleni, Nkombanyuswa, Ward 19
5. Venue: Nhlanganiso, Hlomantethe, Ward 19
6. Venue: Nokusho Pre-school, Ndwedwe Mission, Ward 18
7. Venue: Dumezweni Primary, Mayekeni, Ward 15
8. Venue: Makhawula Primary, Maqadini, Ward 18
9. Venue: Lihlithemba Tech, Msunduzi, Ward 13
10. Venue: Ezindlovini Primary, Mtshebeni, Ward 14

For more information and location details, please contact:

Mkhuleko Hlengwa, MP
IFP National Spokesperson
071 111 0539

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