Jorum is a Research Coordinator at Transparency International, with his primary responsibilities at the Anti-Corruption Helpdesk. Before joining TI, he was doing his Doctor of Laws studies at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) in South Africa, and his thesis analysed how transitional states in Africa should address corruption as part of their transitional justice agenda. His Master of Laws thesis with Humboldt University of Berlin and UWC advocated for the establishment of an asset disclosure regime for public officials in Zimbabwe. He has also published peer-reviewed papers on economic crime and has presented at international conferences on corruption-related topics.
24 May 2020
Governments and donors need to be alert to the role of professional enablers in facilitating economic crime during the Covid-19 pandemic.
18 Apr 2020
With a huge influx of cashflows and medical supply shortages, humanitarian emergencies create fertile ground for corruption.
19 Mar 2020
Despite progress, many sub-Saharan Africa countries still face high levels of corruption. Governments and other actors are using various tools to tackle the problem.