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The Roads to Nowhere: Fighting Corruption in Zimbabwe

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dc.creator Hodzi, Kumbirai 2015-07-20T13:36:26Z 2015-12-08T10:55:26Z 2015-07-20T13:36:26Z 2015-12-08T10:55:26Z 2015-07-20T13:36:26Z 1999
dc.identifier Hodzi, K. (1999) The Roads to Nowhere: Fighting Corruption in Zimbabwe. ZLRev. vol 16, (pp. 61-69.) UZ, Mt. Pleasant, Harare: Faculty of Law.
dc.description.abstract Everybody who does not matter knows that something needs to be done.* 1 There was a time in Zimbabwe when the fundamental problem of addressing the issue of corruption and good governance lay in the lack of understanding of the nature and extent of the problem. Now, of course, there is an unshakable consensus by all that the crisis that is presently gripping Zimbabwe is first of all a governance crisis. There is a growing awareness that the political and economic crisis that is threatening the very survival of the nation is a result of gross mis-governance and grand corruption by the ZANU (PF) government. Zimbabwe is presently steeped in a multi-dimensional crisis as the country experiences the worst forms of crony corruption and is governed by a regime which can only be accurately described as a Kleptocracy.
dc.language en
dc.publisher Faculty of Law, University of Zimbabwe (UZ)
dc.rights University of Zimbabwe (UZ)
dc.subject Governance
dc.subject Politics and Power
dc.title The Roads to Nowhere: Fighting Corruption in Zimbabwe
dc.type Article

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