Durban - Thousands of IFP supporters gathered at the Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi Stadium in Ulundi on Sunday morning to listen to their leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi addressing them for the last time before elections on Wednesday.
Scores of buses and minibus taxis delivered people from across KwaZulu-Natal to what they termed national 'Siyanqoba Rally'. The leadership from Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Eastern Cape and Western Cape also attended the final push for the party to convince voters.
Ulundi is Buthelezi’s hometown and regarded as the party’s main stronghold.
IFP Youth Brigade national deputy chairperson, Zandile Majozi, who is based in Gauteng, said the IFP has prospects of getting substantial votes in Gauteng.
“People in Gauteng know that we always raise issues of service delivery on their behalf.