Zimbabwe: Dube, Entire PSMAS Board Fired
27 January 2014
THE government has fired the entire Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) board and forced its Chief executive Cuthbert Dube to resign.
Dube was also the board chairperson of the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) before being fired last November after failing to come up with a turnaround strategy for the struggling public broadcaster.
The ZIFA president has been earning close to a quarter of a million dollars each month while the organisation was failing to pay service providers and struggles with a $40 million debt pile.
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