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TOP FIVE (5) DOCUMENTS EVERY BUSINESS SHOULD HAVE IN TANZANIA.

The United Republic of Tanzania is a unitary state. It is a union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar, formed on 26th April 1964, and located in eastern Africa. Tanzania is one of the most widely attractive places to invest, due to favorable government policy, Availability of natural resources, and development of banking, financial, tourism, and agricultural
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Pioneering Progress: AI Integration Shaping Tanzania’s Future

Advancing Justice: Tanzania Embraces AI for Enhanced Court Proceedings On 28 February 2024, the Chief Justice of Tanzania announced the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the country’s judicial processes focusing on court transcriptions and interpretations/translations. Over the next four years, the system will be implemented in approximately one-third of Tanzania’s courtrooms, aiming to alleviate
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TANZANIA JOINS TM CLASS SYSTEM

A Key Milestone for Trade and Service Marks in Tanzania! From March 11, 2024, Tanzania through the Business Registrations and Licensing Agency (BRELA) joined and accepted the terms from the harmonized database of the TM Class System. The TM Class System is a globally recognized system that categorizes goods and services into 45 different classes
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NIGHT ALLOWANCE IN TANZANIA

According to the Employment and Labor Relations Act, the term night is the period between 20:00 pm and 06:00 a.m. (of the following day). This is provided under section 20 (1) of the Employment and Labour Relation Act (CAP 366 R.E 2019) which provides that; “In this section, “night” means the hours after twenty hours
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THE TORT OF DEFAMATION AND HOW IT IS PROVED IN COURT.

The tort of defamation essentially lies in the publication of a statement which tends to lower a person, in the estimation of right-thinking members of the society generally, hence, to amount to defamation there must be publication to a third party concerning a matter containing untrue allegations against the reputation of another. Having elaborated the
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Copyrights by Photographers in Tanzania

Copyright is the legal right to print, prepare, create, publish, perform, film, or record a literary, artistic, or musical work. In Tanzania, the copyrights of the photographer are protected by The Copyrights and Neighboring Act of 1999. Section 5(2)(h) provides that Authors of original Works in which literary and artistic works shall lie copyright may
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