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Gert Nel Inc has requested the Constitutional Court to intervene in the Road Accident Fund (RAF) due to concerns about the practice directives that impede the public’s ability to make claims.
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PRETORIA NEWS / 4 DECEMBER 2018, 2:30PM / GERT NEL Over the past few weeks, the portfolio committee on transport held public consultations to gather comments on the proposed new Road Accident Benefit Scheme (Rabs) Bill. A common theme echoed in all the presentations, being that the bill, in its current form, will fail constitutional muster and that taxpayers will simply not be able to afford a dual system, essentially adding the financial demands of the new proposed Rabs on top of the already struggling Road Accident Fund (RAF). Regardless of the comments, the portfolio committee passed a motion allowing the bill to proceed to the next phase towards enactment. The recent public consultations were a dismal failure and cannot in any reasonable terms be described as proper public consultations. Most of the attendees were opposed to the bill. Those opposed to the bill were cut short in their presentations, and in some instances,
Gert Nel Incorporated RABS Claim Assist ATTENTION: THE RABS BILL IS CURRENTLY BEING DEBATED IN PARLIAMENT AND IS NOT LAW YET. RABS WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON HISTORICAL RAF MATTERS AND WILL NOT BE APPLIED RETROSPECTIVELY. SHOULD THE BILL BE PASSED AS LAW GERT NEL INCORPORATED WILL BE THERE TO ASSIST YOU. Read on for more information as the process unfolds : INDUSTRY NEWS / 3 SEPTEMBER 2018, 07:47AM / GEORGINA CROUTH Johannesburg – After weeks of uncertainty about the Road Accident Benefit Scheme Bill, which the Department of Transport has proposed to replace the current fault-based Road Accident Fund, Treasury has announced it will finance the scheme after all. The Treasury says it’s “satisfied” that all of its concerns about the scheme have been “adequately” addressed. Now the questions remain: if the Road Accident Fund bombed so dismally, what hope is there for the RABS to succeed? How will
Cape Argus 3 Sep 2018 WITH GEORGINA CROUTH WRITE TO GEORGINA AT CONSUMER@INL.CO.ZA TWITTER @ASKGEORGIE Despite initial objections to the new RABS, National Treasury has thrown its weight behind the proposed scheme – saying it will find the money, which is likely to mean a hike in the fuel levy and a heavy reliance on public healthcare. Picture: Jeffrey AbrahamsNEW SCHEME: The Transport Department has proposed replacing the Road Accident Fund with the RABS. AFTER weeks of uncertainty about the Road Accident Benefit Scheme (RABS) Bill, which the Department of Transport has proposed to replace the current fault-based Road Accident Fund, Treasury has announced it would finance the scheme after all. The Treasury says it’s “satisfied” that all of its concerns about the scheme have been “adequately” addressed. Now the questions remain: if the Road Accident Fund bombed so dismally, what hope is there for the RABS to succeed? How
PRETORIA NEWS / 20 AUGUST 2018, 07:06AM / ZELDA VENTER THE portfolio committee on transport and the Department of Transport have agreed to meet Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene tomorrow to discuss the enormous cost implications to the proposed Road Accident Benefit Scheme Bill. Both parties are pushing for the proposed bill to be finalised by the end of October. Over the past few weeks the committee held public consultations in the nine provinces to gather comments on the proposed new bill. This followed weeks of submissions that were made to the department in Parliament by various stakeholders, including the law societies. Pretoria-based Road Accident Fund (RAF) expert and lawyer Gert Nel said a common theme echoed in all the presentations was that the bill in its present form would fail constitutional muster. “The South African taxpayer will simply not be able to afford a dual system, essentially adding the financial