The Road Accident Fund (RAF) has told the Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) to “stay in its lane” after two CMS staff members wrote an article suggesting the RAF should continue reimbursing medical aids for the cost of members’ treatment after vehicle accidents.  

The RAF, which notches up tens of billions in losses every year, decided last August to stop paying for medical aid members’ care relating to road accidents...

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