Cuthbert Dube fired


Premier Service Medical Aid Society group chief executive Cuthbert Dube, who was reportedly earning US$230 000 a month while the organisation was saddled with a US$38 million debt was today fired by the board. PSMAS board secretary Cosmos Mukwesha said: “At its sitting of the 27th day of January 2014, the Premier Service Medical Aid Society board of directors resolved to relieve the current board chairperson, Mrs M M Namasasu, of her duties as chairperson, forthwith. In line with the society’s constitution, the board appointed the vice chairperson, Mr N Mhlanga as acting chairperson until the appointment of a substantive chairperson. Further, the board resolved that in view of the fact that the group chief executive, Dr C.E Dube has reached retirement age, he be retired. Details on the retirement are being worked out.”


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