The Road Fund Administration values are; Efficiency, Equity, Effectiveness, Transparency, Accountability, Integrity and Safety.read more
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.read more
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. read more
The RFA office has opened at the Swartkop Border Post in Oranjemund.
CBC/MDC OFFICE OPENS IN WALVIS BAY
The Road Fund Administration (RFA) is a statutory body, established to professionally manage the Namibian Road User Charging System (RUCS) with a view to securing the funding required to achieve a safe and economically efficient road sector in Namibia.
The RFA, according to its enabling Act, the Road Fund Administration Act (Act 18 of 1999) under Section 18 (1) (b) and Government Notice 4677 of March 2011, is authorized to collect Cross Border Charges (CBC) from every foreign-registered vehicles and Mass Distance Charges (MDC) on all foreign-registered vehicles weighing above 3,500kg; utilizing Namibiaâ€™s roads temporarily.
Thus, foreign-registered vehicles entering through the Port of Walvis Bay and utilizing the Namibian roads on a temporary basis, are by law required, to buy a CBC and/or MDC permit at the point of entry into Namibia. The amounts due for CBC and MDC depends on the vehicle type, and available at the RFA offices countrywide.
To improve service delivery to our valued clients (importers/exporters/owners) using the Port of Walvis Bay as an entry point and to our existing clients situated in the Erongo region, the RFA will be opening a CBC and MDC office in Walvis Bay, located at the NaTIS offices.The new RFA CBC/MDC office will be operational from the NaTIS Walvis Bay offices , situated at Corner of Theo Ben Gurirab and Rooikop Street as of Thursday,13 August 2015.