RFA honours pledge made to the Buitepos / Trans Kalahari Community for the construction of a kindergarten
RFA CEO Mr Ali Iinge and Hon Ignatius Kariseb,Chairperson of Omaheke Regional Council,with a member of the community. 02 November 2018. Click image to read more.
Kindergarten for Buitepos/Trans Kalahari Community
02 November 2018. Click image to read more.
RFA staff houses at Oshikango border post
Hon. Fillipus Namundjebo (Oshikango Constituency Councillor) & Mr Ali Ipinge (RFA CEO). 15 November 2018.
RFA staff houses at Oshikango border post
Inauguration of RFA staff houses at Kashamane Border Post.
Chief Matias Walaula (Chief of Ombandja Traditional Authority) & Mr Ali Ipinge (RFA CEO). 16 November 2018.
RFA 5 Year Business Plan Consultation Meeting

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OUR BACKGROUND

The Road Fund Administration  values are; Efficiency, Equity, Effectiveness, Transparency, Accountability, Integrity and Safety.

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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.

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OUR VALUES

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

 

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Background

The Road Fund Administration (RFA) was established through an Act of Parliament; the Road Fund Administration Act, (Act 18 of 1999), (Government Gazette Number 2217 of 1999), to manage the Namibian Road User Charging System (RUCS) and the Road Fund. The RFA's main objective is to manage the RUCS in such a manner as to secure and allocate sufficient funding for the payment of expenditure as contemplated in Section 17(1) of the RFA Act, with the view to achieve a safe and economically efficient road network in Namibia.

 

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Change of Bank Details

The Road Fund Administration has changed their corporate bank accounts to Standard Bank Namibia. All transactions will now be done through Standard Bank Namibia with effect from Monday, 1st May 2017.

 

Road User Charges Increase

 All Road Users Charges Increased by 6.5% Effective 1 May 2018.

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