Transport minister Fikile Mbalula said on Monday that the Road Accident Fund (RAF) slashed its ballooning claims liability as a result of an “accounting treatment” that he said had been reviewed by an auditing firm.

The minister said the RAF, the state-supported insurance fund compensating road accident victims, adopted a “more appropriate accounting treatment for social benefits, in line with its mandate, than the insurance contracts previously employed”...

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