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Governance

  • TIZ is governed by a board which provides oversight on the operations of the organisation. The sectoral and gender mix of the current board ensured balanced oversight and support to the secretariat.

    The new TIZ board is committed to fighting against corruption in the country through vast experience represented by incoming board members. Further the Board will continue to work with other civil society organisations, existing and future funding partners towards achieving a corruption-free Zimbabwe



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Our Programmes

  • Advocacy & Legal Advice Centre (ALAC)

    ALAC is a new anti-corruption initiative providing free legal aid services to victims and witnesses of corruption and seeks to empower male and female citizens to demand accountability and transparency.

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  • Policy, Legislation and Institutional Monitoring

    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.

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  • Community Mobilisation and Advocacy

    Community Mobilisation and Advocay (CMA)-facilitates communities to drive initiatives to fight against corruption. CMA aims at providing tools and approaches or knowledge to ordinary citizens in order to stand up for a corruption-free Zimbabwe.

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  • Prospective Programmes

    Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI-Z) is a non- profit, non- partisan, systems oriented local chapter of the international movement against corruption.

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  • Research and Information

    Established in 2012, the new programme unit is mainly concerned with providing professionally generated researches that become the basis for knowledge and information management on corruption related issues including research based advocacy..

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Contact Us

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Harare Address: 96 Central Avenue,
or P O Box CY 434, Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe

Bulawayo Address: 1 Lepro Court,
56A Robert Mugabe Way, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Mutare Address: No. 4 Carlos Flats, Fourth Street, Mutare



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Transparency International Zimbabwe

Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) 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. TIZ believes corruption can only be sufficiently tackled by all citizens including people at grass root level.

Make a pledge to never accept or give a bribe!

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Corruption Rampant in Housing Cooperatives



On the 11th of September Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI Z) held a sensitization workshop for the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Small and Medium Enterprises and Cooperative Development. In attendance were the members of the Parliamentary Committee on Small to Medium Enterprises, Zimbabwe National Association of Housing and Cooperatives (ZINAHCO), Dialogue on Shelter and Human Rights NGO Forum.

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2014 SADC People's Summit Press Release

Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI Z) stands in solidarity with the Southern Africa People’s Solidarity Network (SASPN)

Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI Z) stands in solidarity with the Southern Africa People’s Solidarity Network (SASPN) on the occasion of the 2014 SADC Peoples Summit that is running under the theme “Reclaiming SADC for People’s Development- SADC Resources for SADC People”.

In executing TI Z’s mandate it has been repeatedly proven that transparency and accountability are the anti-thesis of corruption and if SADC’s resources are going to be reclaimed to benefit SADC’s people, it is clear that transparency and accountability have to be championed at the highest level.

The region is not without its resources and all the 14 member states can distinctively contribute to a sustainable region provided the Heads of State and Government unite together to halt the scourge of corruption. Corruption has adverse and destabilising effects on the culture, economic, social and political foundations of society.

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Our programmes

Advocacy & Legal Advice Centre (ALAC)

ALAC is a new anti-corruption initiative providing free legal aid services to victims and witnesses of corruption

Read more

Policy, Legislation and Institutional Monitoring

The Policy, Legislation and Institutional Monitoring (PLIM)-programme unit is a new initiative

Read more

Research and Information

Established in 2012, the new programme unit is mainly concerned with providing

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