PSMAS bosses removed from remand

It is the State’s case that sometime in 2020, the PSMAS board resolved to venture into gold trade.
By Trevor Mutsvairo 21h ago

Teachers demand health insurance

Teachers are failing to access health services after the government discontinued its commitment to contribute 80% of the medical aid premium.
By Staff Reporter May. 15, 2024

Feature: PSMAS imploding, civil servants paying the price

After spending two days there without receiving emergency care, Robby transferred to a private hospital with the hope of saving his legs.
By Global Press Journal Jun. 15, 2023

Health Talk: Nip the rot in the bud at PSMAS

The last few weeks saw many service providers being summoned by police for alleged fraud involving PSMAS claims.
By Johannes Marisa Jun. 4, 2023

Doctors fume over PSMAS ‘harassment’

The doctors implored PSMAS and the Health ministry to restore sanity and engage all stakeholders to avoid making the relationship with doctors permanently irreparable.
By Boitumelo Makhurane Jun. 2, 2023

Health talk: Medical health practitioners getting raw deal from medical aid societies

Medical practitioners have been grumbling about the way medical aid societies deal with them.
By Dr Johannes Marisa May. 28, 2023

Govt pursues Psmas malfeasance

Government, which controls the troubled medical aid society, has maintained a tight grip on the results of the investigation for over six months.
By Sydney Kawadza May. 12, 2023

PSMAS bosses granted bail

The case was remanded to June 15.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 11, 2023

‘PSMAS bosses’ crime equates to acts of terrorism’

The court heard that sometime in 2020, the PSMAS board passed a resolution to venture into buying and selling of gold.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 4, 2023