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In an effort to improve relations with its stakeholders, the Road Fund is currently conducting one on one stakeholder engagement meetings, which commenced on Thursday April 25 and will end on Friday May 10, 2019. The aim of the meetings is to build and further cement relations with stakeholders that the Fund works with, especially because in order to deliver on its mandate, the Fund depends on these stakeholders, as they influence and impact on its performance and...
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Road Fund has extended a helping hand to orphans and vulnerable children of Ha Lejone, through a donation of school uniform and accessories delivered to the beneficiaries during a ceremony held at Ha Lejone last Friday. This was a follow up donation for the ten identified beneficiaries, as they received food parcels for Christmas last year in December. Speaking at the ceremony, the Road Fund Public Relations Manager Mrs. Phumla Moleko expressed her gratitude on behalf of the...
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As part of its mandate, which is to promote road user safety programmes, Road Fund has sponsored the Road Safety Department to undertake the Annual Easter Campaign, which is being conducted countrywide from April 10 to 26, 2019. The campaign was recently launched by the Deputy Minister of Public Works and Transport Mr. Mokherane Tsatsanyane, at a ceremony held at Maseru Day High School. In his speech, the Deputy Minister said the success of the campaign depends on...
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The Road Fund was established by Legal Notice No.179 of 1995 and operationalised by the Finance (Road Fund) Regulations 2012, with the primary objective of providing a mechanism for progressive transformation of road sector, whereby the fiscal burden for maintenance of roads is gradually shifted from the government to the users of public roads. Road Fund invites proposals from reputable companies for the “Tender for supply and delivery of ICT equipment”. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens...
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The Road Fund Lesotho has taken part in the African Roads Maintenance Funds Association (ARMFA) Annual General Assembly, which was hosted by the Road Fund Administration in Namibia from March 10 to 16, 2019. The Road Fund Lesotho Team was led by the Board Chairperson Mr. Thato Mohasoa, along with another Board Member Advocate Lineo ‘Masalome Lephatša and the Chief Executive Officer Mr. Nkekeletse Makara. The purpose of the meeting was for the Road Funds in Africa to...
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