The Road Accident Fund (RAF) has admitted to issues that have set it back, including claims not paid on time, budget constraints, and legal claims against them.
The transport department has stepped in and called on the RAF to provide updates on the work done so far.
The fund says despite some of its historical issues, progress has been made.
“We are seeing a better traction in terms of cutting legal costs,” says RAF CEO, Collins Letsoalo.
The Minister of Transport says the fund must become effective again, given its purpose and role.
In other news – Nelli Tembe’s sister Palesa breaks
Today was the first morning the Tembe family spent without their beloved daughter Nellie. Taking to Instagram for only the second time since her sister’s untimely death. Palesa opened up about how much the family misses her.
The news of Miss Tembe’s passing broke last week Sunday in the morning, following reports that she fell from the 10th floor of a premium hotel in Cape Town. Learn More