Mahikeng - The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) in North West is not expecting a seat at the provincial legislature, the party said on Thursday.
Provincial leader Grace Phaswa said they were focusing on building the party in North West to demystify the perception that the IFP is a violent KwaZulu-Natal based party.
She said it was not easy growing the IFP in North West and they faced problems during their campaign.
"We are getting there, for now we are not expecting much, the party is still new in North West province. Come 2021 we are going to do better," provincial leader Grace Phaswana said.
Going to the general election the party distributed 1 000 posters in the province, most of which went to areas where the party had more members.