New RAF CEO has a ‘track record of destabilising’, say lawyers

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Collins Letsoalo. Picture: Netwerk24
Collins Letsoalo. Picture: Netwerk24

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A group of lawyers who used to serve the Road Accident Fund (RAF) has challenged the appointment of Collins Letsoalo as the fund’s new CEO, citing procedural irrationality in the process leading to him being hired.

The lawyers have approached the Pretoria High Court arguing that Letsoalo’s appointment was unlawful and should be declared constitutionally invalid.

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