Chief Executive Officers and representatives from Southern African neighbouring Road Fund Administrators met to share best practices on road fund administration and road financing models
Chief Executive Officers and representatives from Southern African neighbouring Road Fund Administrators met to share best practices on Road Fund Administration and Road Financing Models
Mr. Stewart Malata, the CEO of RFA Malawi with Mr. Ali Ipinge, CEO of RFA Namibia
Mr. Tseliso Seth Polaki, Secretariat Engineer of Road Fund of Lesotho during a presentation
Mr. Crispin Chilikwela, Director of Corporate Services at the National Road Fund Administration of Zambia delivers remarks on behalf of the ARMFA Southern Focal Group Secretariat
The Road Fund Administration (RFA) was established on the 1st April 2000 by the Road Fund Administration Act (Act 18 of 1999), with the primary aim of managing the road user charging system, to secure and allocate sufficient funding for a safe and efficient road sector in Namibia.
CORE FUNCTION OF THE ROAD FUND ADMINISTRATION
The core functions of the RFA are the management of the road user charging system and management of the Road Fund.
TheRoadFund Administration values are;Integrity,Accountability,Efficiency,Transparency,Teamwork,Innovation and Service Excellence.