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Medical experts have accused RAF of payment disputes.
Medical experts have accused RAF of payment disputes.
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Frustrated medical experts have written to Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo to ask that the courts no longer use their evidence in Road Accident Fund (RAF) cases. 

The medical experts, who assess accident victims for the fund, say they have been battling for payment for their services.

They claim the RAF owes them millions for using their expertise to settle claimants' cases. 

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