HARARE – Corporate 24 Medical Centre founder and CEO, Mike Joka Tuesday appeared before a Harare magistrate accused of swindling Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) of ZW$108,860 in 2021.
Joka is jointly charged with company representative Naison Muza.
They both briefly appeared before Harare magistrate Marewanazvo Gofa who granted them ZW$500,000 bail.
The two are being represented by Levious Mundieta.
According to court papers, sometime in 2021, PSMAS engaged the services of a Forensic RBG Auditors who carried out an audit covering a period extending from 2015 to 2022.
The auditing firm unearthed several fraud cases during the process.
On different dates, Corporate 24 Medical Centre hatched a plan to defraud PSMAS through fraudulent claims.