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Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI-Z)

Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI-Z) is a non- profit, non- partisan, systems oriented local chapter of the international movement against corruption. Its broad mandate is to fight corruption and related vices through networks of integrity in line with the Global Strategy. TI-Z believes corruption can only be sufficiently tackled by all citizens including people at grass root level.

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A new era against Corruption......Zero Tolerance 

The Director of Transparency International Zimbabwe Ms Mary Jane Ncube would like to disassociate herself from some misquoted and misdirected statements made by the New Zimbabwe publication of 18 September 2013. Ms Ncube did not make the statements that imply that she said the President's “talk is cheap” or that he should “walk the talk.” The disassociation is being issued on the manner in w...

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The Policy, Legislation and Institutional Monitoring (PLIM)-programme unit is a new initiative of TI-Z that came into existence at the beginning of 2012. The purpose of this unit is to review various policy and legislative provisions within the country (concerned with anti-corruption and good governance) including but not limited to national legislation. The purpose of reviewing policy and legislation is to identify gaps within the framework and to ultimately make recommendations for the improvement and strengthening of the anti-corruption framework in Zimbabwe.

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