To help businesses navigate the labour challenges caused by the pandemic, we have highlighted a few measures that may be applied to limit the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis to businesses in Tanzania.
The coverage of this pandemic by the global and local media clearly indicates the economic problems ahead not only for individuals but also for businesses at large. This calls for a reflection of the effect of this pandemic on the financial sector in Tanzania given the current global and local environment.
Ever since the landmark decision by the House of Lords (UK) in Salomon v Salomon & Co in 1897, the doctrine of corporate personality has been recognized in Tanzanian law.
On the 17 June 2020, Finance Act No. 8 of 2020 was passed into law. A number of laws were amended including the Fair Competition Act Cap 285 R.E 2009.
DLA Piper Africa achieves impressive results in the newly released 2020 edition of The Legal 500: Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA)edition
With the outbreak of COVID-19 becoming a global pandemic, Tanzania’s Immigration Department has adopted a flexible approach of granting a grace period to accommodate foreigners who are holders of residence permits, immigration passes and prospective foreign visitors.
A bill enacting the new Arbitration Act 2020 was passed by the parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania.