Zimbabwe has improved its position on the global Corruption Perceptions Index for the second year in a row, but there are concerns that the country remains very low on the international scale.
In the 2010 index published by Transparency International (TI), Zimbabwe scored 2.4, up from 2.1 last year. The country is now ranked 134 this year, up from position 146.
The organisation is of the view that the country’s leadership should integrate anti-corruption measures in all sectors in order to improve its global standings.
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