Willard T Mugadza is the Founder of Africa Institute for Fighting Corruption in Public Procurement and currently a Lecturer in Public Law at Midlands State University (Gweru, Zimbabwe). He specialises in public procurement law, anti-corruption law, international economic law, international trade law, administrative law and public international law. His latest publication is ‘Book review: Corruption and Human Rights Law in Africa (2018) 21 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal. Further, his latest project is with World Bank Group – Doing Business 2019 Contracting with the Government of Namibia. He holds a B-Juris, LLB, LLM and LLD. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
AFRICAN PROCUREMENT LAW UNIT
The aim of the African Procurement Law Unit is to foster inter-institutional academic engagement in the field of public procurement regulation on the African continent.
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INTERNATIONAL LEARNING LAB ON PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS
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