Clive Makumbe is a civic activist in Gweru.
No information could be found on his age, place of birth, or family.
School / Education
2013 to 2017 - Midlands State University.
Service / Career
2019 – Media and Communications Officer, Gweru Residents and Ratepayers Association
2019 – Secretary, Gweru Micro, Small to Medium Enterprises Anti-Corruption Forum.
Over 35 SMEs in Gweru set up a forum against corruption, under the name Gweru Micro, Small to Medium Enterprises Anti-Corruption Forum (Gweru MSME Anti-Corruption Forum), in July 2019. This was done following an anti-corruption training workshop organised by the Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-SA) and the Zimbabwe Chamber of SMEs. Clive Makumbe was elected secretary.
Institutions believed involved in corruption include Zimra, the City of Gweru’s Municipal Police, the Registrar of Companies, the Environmental Management Authority (EMA), the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), the Procurement Regulatory Authority, the City of Gweru’s City Health Department, the City of Gweru’s Department of Works and Building Inspectorate, Ministry of Mines and Mining Development and the National Social Security Authority (NSSA). These were cited among the most corrupt. Mr. Tafadzwa Mazorodze from the Zimbabwe Chamber of SMEs indicated that corruption is one of the challenges affecting SME development that should not be forgotten. 
- LinkedIn, LinkedIn , Retrieved: 8 April 2020
- Gweru-Based SMEs Set Up An SME Anti-Corruption Forum To Fight Corruption Affecting SME Development, Kubatana, Published: 24 July 2019, Retrieved: 8 April 2020