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A Mathematical Approach to Corruption Management ZimbabweX

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

Welcome to this official online course from the University of Zimbabwe's Department of Mathematics. This online course is an introduction to corruption management using simple mathematical concepts and tools including the Solver module in Microsoft Excel. Your expert instructor is Professor Simon Mukwembi, Deputy Dean: Faculty of Science. Your course Teaching Assistant is Terry Zanamwe, a graduate of the University of Zimbabwe.

Format: Online

Length: 2-3 hours

Price: $50

This course is taken 100% online and is comprised of short videos, readings, tests, and a multiple choice exam. If you achieve a passing grade of over 65% you will receive a certificate of completion signed by the instructor, and branded with the logo of the University of Zimbabwe. This course was developed in collaboration with ZimbabweX and is hosted and offered by TheologyX, a UK registered non profit.

During this course you will do some basic mathematical calculations, to work out if people or processes are corrupt in your organisation. This course is for anyone who wants to learn more about corruption and how to manage it, so that everyone is happy. This should enable your organisation to reduce losses associated with corruption.


There are no requirements, but you should have a basic understanding of mathematics and Microsoft Excel.

Course Staff

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Professor Simon Mukwembi

Simon has been working with the University of Zimbabwe for more than fifteen years and he is the Vice-Chairman of the Department of Mathematics.

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Terry Zanamwe, Teaching Assistant

Terry graduated from the University of Zimbabwe in 2015 with a Computer Science degree. He is now in charge of e-learning projects for the faculty and is teaching assistant for this mathematics course.

Frequently Asked Questions

What web browser should I use?

This course works best with current versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari.

Do I need to be good at maths to pass this course?

Don't worry, the mathematics won't be difficult, but you must be willing to apply yourself to understand some of the key concepts.