High court bid to declare RAF and its chair and CEO delinquent

Lying to parliament’ and ‘violating accounting standards’ among the reasons cited. A Cape Town-based attorney has lodged an application in the High Court in Johannesburg on behalf of 28 clients to declare the board of the financially distressed Road Accident Fund (RAF), its chair Lorraine Francois, and CEO Collins Letsoalo delinquent. Written By Roy Cokayne […]

Storm of objections rages on as time runs down for objections

The closer we are getting to the 8th October, the deadline for objections to the Road Accident Fund Amendment Bill published by the Department of Transport, the larger the pool of objectors is getting with over 11 500 objections currently lodged on the Dear South Africa site alone. Advocate Justin Erasmus, Chairperson of the Personal […]

Objections flood in

Various stakeholders have raised concerns about the proposed amendments to the Road Accident Fund released by the Department of Transport on September 8.   More than 5 000 objections have been registered against the proposed Road Accident Fund Amendment Bill of this year. Critics argue that if passed, it could limit compensation options for drivers, […]

RAF matters still ongoing

The legal profession was hopeful that more stakeholders would respond to a memorandum sent out on 21 July 2023 that referred to the problems at the Road Accident Fund (RAF). The representative of various organisations in the legal profession, however, has received feedback from some of the stakeholders to whom the memorandum was sent. De Rebus was […]

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