ZACC says it is not a court, denies reports it cleared Cuthbert Dube

Zimbabwe Media Review states that the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has denied reports by The Herald that it cleared former Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) group chief executive Dr Cuthbert Dube and his board of any wrongdoing during their tenure of office. According to Zimbabwe Media Review the anti-graft commission said that it is not a court and thus does not have the power to clear anyone. It insists an investigation into possible abuse of funds at PSMAS continues.

Last week The Herald reported that ZACC had concluded that Dube who was earning $236 000 a month, had no case to answer on the six counts he was facing. According to The Herald, ZACC had said there was no sufficient evidence to prosecute PSMAS board members on charges of receiving huge allowances as everything was done above board.

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