Namibia Motor Vehicle Accident Fund on Saturday said the country recorded a significant decline in road crashes.

Speaking in Windhoek, MVA Fund Chief Executive Officer, Rosalia Matins- Hausiku said fatalities from road carnage have significantly reduced from 730 in 2017/2018 to 540 in 2018 to-date.

“We have made significant progress in reducing the number of deaths on our national roads in the current year to date. Our aim remains on pushing these figures even lower and also making sure we improve our customer service to our clients. ” she said.

Martins-Hausiku also cautioned Namibian road users against unruly behaviour on public roads.

The MVA Fund was established in 1991, and is mandated to design, promote and implement crash and injury prevention measures, and provide assistance and benefits to all people injured and the dependents of people killed in road crashes. Enditem

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