As the voice of the trucking industry in South Africa, the RFA is your voice. It is important that you avail yourself of that opportunity to be heard. As an RFA member you will have the following benefits in the industry.
Through tactical lobbying, the RFA makes sure that the interest of operators is protected and addressed at the right levels of government up to the highest office in the land.
Through collective bargaining, the RFA negotiates all labour matters that influence the road freight and logistics industry. Our labour experts give guidance and advice on all labour related matters.
Our team gives advice and guidance on all technical and operational matters such as:
Vehicle Cost Schedule
Specific templates to customise the cost for 81 different vehicle concepts.
Note: the data provided is based on a hypothetical model derived from publicly available information using assumptions and methodology determined by an independent expert – it is not a price calculation tool and is not intended to, and does not, reflect or determine the actual prices that may be charged by an RFA Member or any transport company rendering transport services.
Small Business Support (SMME)
Support & guidance to SMME operators (telephonic, personal, electronic interaction)
Publications and Communication
Newsletters, press releases, electronic industry updates, access to online petitions. Input & feedback into impending legislation / policy pronouncements. Various social media platforms
Competition Law Guide
Competition law guide compiled by experts specifically for the road freight industry
Access to the wellness fund & trucking wellness through the partnership with the NBCRFLI
The RFA makes provision for various categories of members, Membership Fees Vary Based of the Category. If you wish to register as a member, please download the correct registration form below, complete and send back to Gloria Moepi at email@example.com.
Dear RFA Member,
Note: The member is to take note that certain demographic information is referred to as special personal information in terms of Section 26 of the POPI Act. There is a difference between personal information and special personal information. The RFA therefore processes both general and special personal information of its clients.