Leadership, ethics and disciplinary codes: the case of Zimbabwe
This paper examines the applicability of some principles on good governance and corruption to Zimbabwe. The focus is on codes of conduct for ministers of parliament and public and private sector officials. The argument is that comprehensive code of ethics is necessary to make public and private institutions in Zimbabwe free from corruption and more efficient service providers. It begins with a historical analysis of leadership and governance in the pre-colonial and colonial period. The current...[Show more]
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