Statistics information law in Tanzania

Statistics Act 2015 amended (as of September 2018), including as follows: A person shall not collect statistics through surveys or censuses, and shall not disseminate or otherwise communicate to the public any statistical information, except with approval of Statistician General. There is a penalty of TZS 10 million, or imprisonment of minimum 3 years, or both, … Read more

Budget Speech June 2018

Copy of Budget Speech 2018 by Minister for Finance and Planning for the estimate of government revenue and expenditure for 2018/19. This shall be debated in Parliament and a resultant Finance Act shall be enacted of the approved provisions.  NB not all the proposals are certain to make it through. Please contact us if you have any … Read more

Tanzania Investment Policy Assessment May 2018

USAID has published its Tanzania Investment Policy Assessment 2018 via its East Africa Trade + Investment Hub. Statistics are from United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). See: http://unctad.org/en/Pages/statistics.aspx The set of investment policy questions that guided the research process are adapted from the World Bank Group. See http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/666341500008847215/pdf/117475-PUBLIC-WP-13-7-2017-12-8-30-SPIRAToolKitGuide.pdfInternational best practice is cited from several … Read more

Blueprint for Regulatory Reforms to Improve Tanzanian Business Environment

Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dodoma has in May 2018 published a Blueprint for Regulatory Reforms to Improve the Business Environment dated December 2017. The Blueprint provides the Government’s main framework for enabling a holistic review of the business enabling environment (BEE) in order to improve the business climate in Tanzania. It presents key … Read more

Minister of Energy and Minerals fired

Following the mineral sand Committee report led by Chairman Professor Abdulrahman Mruma, President Magufuli yesterday, 24 May 2017: fired the Minister of Energy and Minerals, Professor Sospeter Muhongo; dissolved Tanzania Minerals Audit Agency (TMAA) Ministerial Advisory Board; and suspended the TMAA’s Chief Executive Officer, Engineer Dominic Rwekaza. Some English language newspaper reports: Daily News Citizen Guardian … Read more

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