Saving Tanzania’s sailors

  VELMA Law is proud to have been of assistance with it’s pro bono work to set up, and continue to assist, Tanzania Sea Rescue with its legal and constitutional requirements. Hear more about Tanzania Sea Rescue on the BBC World News . “Being a fisherman can be a very dangerous profession. If you’re lucky, you live … Read more

High Court Judge Victoria Makani

VELMA Law is delighted to announce that a founder partner Victoria Lyimo Makani has been appointed as a High Court Judge of Tanzania with immediate effect from Saturday, 26 July 2015. This is a wonderful achievement. VELMA Law is now adjusting to these new circumstances to ensure “business as usual” and we wish Victoria all … Read more

VELMA Law sponsors Tanzanian sailors to coaching

VELMA Law is very pleased to support Tanzanian sporting development and pay for the flights to South Africa for 2 sailing instructors Philemon Nasari and Hassan Said to attend on behalf of the Tanzanian Sailing Association the ISAF / Santander Emerging Nations Technical Course for Coaches in Cape Town 4 to 10 March 2013.  They shall return better trained to promote sailing developments … Read more

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