The Herald (Harare)

Zimbabwe: Cuthbert Dube Sent Packing

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PSMAS salaries.

Premier Service Medical Aid Society group chief executive Dr Cuthbert Dube has been forced to retire with immediate effect while the society's chairperson Mrs Meisie Namasasu was relieved off her duties forthwith.

This latest development follows revelations of Dr Dube's extravagant salary of US$230 000 a month.

In a statement released this evening, PSMAS board secretary Mr Cosmos Mukwesha said the vice chairperson Mr Newton Mhlanga had been appointed acting chairperson.

Mr Mukwesha said details on the retirement of Dr Dube were being worked out.

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