A briefing by some of the 10 organisations that compiled a highly critical memorandum of the ‘crisis’ at the Road Accident Fund (RAF) descended into mudslinging between representatives from the legal fraternity and RAF CEO Collins Letsoalo on Thursday.

One representative of the legal associations appealed for the mudslinging to stop, saying it was an embarrassment for this to be happening in front of the media and requested a meeting with Letsoalo “behind closed doors”.

Letsoalo fired back that he was not interested in a private meeting because these organisations had issued a public and not a private letter about the RAF and him.

Yusuf Wadee, an executive committee member of the Johannesburg Attorneys Association (JAA), said the legal associations deal with victims and could be doing more important work rather than engaging in mudslinging.

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