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FEB 04, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Zimbabwe takes aim at corruption

Exhibit A is the case of Cuthbert Dube, the former chief executive of Premier Service Medical Aid Society, an insurance company that covers nearly 1 million civil servants and their families. According to the state-owned Herald newspaper, Dube — dubbed "Cashbert" by detractors — was getting a monthly salary of $230,000 along with another $220,000 in allowances, even as the company failed to pay its bills. State media published reports that even municipal directors in the capital, Harare, received monthly salaries of up to $40,000 in a city with potholed roads, poor street lighting, water ... Read More

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