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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.

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If contracts, transactions and investment deals are done in a transparent manner, businesses will thrive and relationships and diplomatic ties will be strengthened at individual, corporate, country, regional and global levels.

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‘Licence’ to fines: Issuing of spot fines by the Police

The print and social media has been abuzz with the issue of ‘Illegal Spot Fines’. They are quoting from a case in which the writer witnessed first-hand as a litigant in the case representing the State as a Respondent.

In Zaine Babbage v State HB167/12, Judges L. Kamocha and M. Cheda are on record saying that motorists who have committed petty offences should be issued with tickets to pay the fine at a later date.

“The said ticket should give the motorist a reasonable time within which to pay the fine in accordance with their regulations unless the said offender elects to pay the fine on the spot…..the police should never send motorists to court unless if they disputed the alleged offence and imposition of a fine”.

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Hwange a microcosm of Zimbabwe’s levels of corruption: experts

Analysts have said developments at coal mining giant Hwange Colliery highlight that the entity is just a microcosm of the grand corruption that has engulfed most of our state owned enterprises.

Recently, the state-owned weekly Sunday Mail newspaper reported that workers at Hwange Colliery Company had gone for more than twelve months without pay despite the coal mine being in production.

The workers blamed their plight on administrative shortcomings on the part of management which they said kept changing faces amidst allegations of corrupt activities for self-aggrandisement at their expense and that of the development of the company.

Political and economic analyst Charles Mangongera said parastatals and state owned companies have become playgrounds for corruption and big politics and as a result most of them are run down.

In March last year, The Independent newspaper reported that former deputy ministers Tendai Savanhu and Fred Moyo were implicated in a scam in which Hwange Colliery Company and its subsidiary Hwange Coal Gasification Company (HCGC) lost close to US$200 million through “massive externalisation of funds and fraud” between January 2009 and May 2013.

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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

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Research and Information

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

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