Feel Good Zimbabwe Project

On Saturday, the 8th of March, TI Z took part in the Feel Good Zimbabwe Project which is being spearheaded by comedian Carl Joshua Ncube. This initiative kicked off with a football match at Mabvuku Tafara. Carl’s idea is to rebuild the community through football.

Youngsters taking in the match proceedings.
Youngsters taking in the match proceedings.

TI Z also seeks to engage the community through anti-corruption initiatives that encourage the demand for greater accountability and transparency in Zimbabwe. The organisation through its Community Mobilisation and Advocacy Unit has a youth component that has given birth to Youth for Transparency and Integrity (YTIs).

It is in this regard that TI Z did not hesitate to be part of the project. Corruption has become so rife and endemic in Zimbabwe and the time we are in demands that we find creative and innovative ways to get our message across. The back of the kits were written values, which should society embrace; Zimbabwe will be a better place.

During the match, TI Z staff was available to answer any corruption queries that the community brought forward.

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