Corporate Governance In Rural District Councils (rdcs) In Zimbabwe: A Case Study
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Corporate Governance In Rural District Councils (rdcs) In Zimbabwe: A Case Study Of Zvimba Rural District Council
The study sought to examine the state of corporate governance in Rural District Councils (RDCs) focusing on Zvimba RDC. The study was largely prompted by reports which made allegations on corrupt activities by board members and senior council officials leading to the suspension and dismissal of some managers and councillors by the Minister of Local Government. The study adopted the descriptive survey design. Questionnaires and interview guides were used to collect data from respondents. The population for this study comprised 115, comprising 80 permanent staff and 35 councillors. A sample of 70 respondents comprising of 50 permanent employees and 5 councillors was used. The study showed thatDownloadViews: 221

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