Minority Front to launch election manifesto

The Minority Front (MF) is expected to launch its election manifesto in Phoenix, KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), on Saturday.

The party has a mainly Indian support base though it was formed to represent all minorities.

It is led by Shameen Thakur, wife of the party’s late founder, Amichand Rajbansi .

Since 2012, Thakur has occupied the party’s only seat in the KwaZulu-Natal legislature.

Also in KZN, the National Freedom Party (NFP) is launching its election manifesto in Vryheid. The party says thousands of people have begun to arrive for the launch.

Party leader Zanele Magwaza-Msibi, who has been absent from the public for two years after suffering form a stroke, is expected to launch the party’s election manifesto.

NFP national secretary, Professor Nhlanhla Khubisa says, “This is a historic moment and a very momentous occasion for the party. We have our president here with us to unveil and present the manifesto. It is important for us to say thank you to the people all over the country so that our president will be better. We have a charismatic leader; she is a woman of the people and a champion of service delivery.”


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