Select Page

Otjozondjupa region records highest road casualties per 100,000 – MVA

Otjozondjupa region records highest road casualties per 100,000 – MVA

The Otjozondjupa region, with its small population size of 158,237 people has the highest road casualties per 100,000 persons at 429, as compared to the national average of 253 casualties per 100,000 persons, according to the statistics from the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund (MVA).

MVA’s Chief Corporate Affairs Official, Surihe Gaomas-Guchu, last week said, as a transit region, Otjozondjupa recorded the highest number of fatalities, amounting to 95 lives lost over a period of five years.

In an effort to raise public awareness on general road safety in the region, Gaomas-Guchu, said the MVA commenced with a campaign, from 26 to 30 March

“The ‘MVA Fund on Wheels’ community outreach program aims to raise public awareness on general road safety, registration of new claims and addressing claim related queries,” she added.

The Fund has since called on stakeholders to engage in road safety conversation based on the region’s crash data.


About The Author

The Staff Reporter

The staff reporter is the most senior in-house Economist reporter. This designation is frequently used by the editor for articles submitted by third parties, especially businesses, but which had to be rewritten completely. - Ed.

Windhoek – Flat to let near central business district

One Bedroom flat for single tenant

Separate bedroom, separate bathroom, combined kitchen and lounge

Secure yard with one inside parking bay

Parking bay under shade netting

Walking distance from the CBD

One block away from Wernhil Shopping Mall

Quiet street – G4S security

Water included, electricity excluded

Monthly rent: N$5408.00 excluding electricity

Deposit: N$2600

Available from 01 August 2019

To view please contact Mrs Don Camm

Tel: 061 221925