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Breakthrough Attorneys is an ultramodern legal practice based in Tanzania having a spectrum of cross-borders practices that cater for local and multinational corporations, financial institutions, government entities as well as business private individuals concerning their legal needs around the globe. We at Breakthrough Attorneys put the quality of the service that we offer our clients above all else. We know that, that is what is important to our clients and that knowledge and execution is what sets us apart from our competition…
- March 30, 2020Employment & Labour Laws and Regulations – Tanzania covers common issues in employment and labour laws and regulations – terms ..
- LABOUR LAW UPDATE: EMPLOYERS’ GUIDE ON HOW TO HANDLE THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK AT THE WORKPLACE IN PERSPECTIVE WITH TANZANIA LABOUR LAWSMarch 30, 2020Pandemics and outbreaks in the eye of labour law in Tanzania The notion of “lockdown” and work-from- home to employer-employee ..
- Tax Law Update: Power of the Commissioner General TRA to Issue Agency Notices in Tanzania: A quick look into the Tax Administration (General) (Amendments) Regulations, 2020March 10, 2020Defining “Agency Notices” in tax law perspective A summary of the law in place in Tanzania Scope of amendment and ..
- REGULATORY AND COMPLIANCE UPDATE: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE REQUIREMENT TO REGISTER SIM CARDS IN TANZANIA; THE IMPORT OF THE ELECTRONIC AND POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS (SIM CARD REGISTRATION) REGULATIONS, 2020March 5, 2020The mandatory obligation to register SIM cards in Tanzania; Procedures of registering a SIM card, categories of registrants and different ..
- REGULATORY COMPLIANCE PRACTICE: COMPULSORY REQUIREMENT FOR ALL ORGANIZATIONS TO ADAPT ‘.TZ’ DOMAIN NAME FOR ALL ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION IN TANZANIAFebruary 10, 2020All businesses, companies, governmental organisations and NGOs registered and operating in Tanzania required to adapt the ‘.tz’ domain for ..
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