282022Jul
Mozambique’s vast hydro-power project could create a regional energy hub

Mozambique’s vast hydro-power project could create a regional energy hub

Mozambique is a scenic country in southeastern Africa and its capital, Maputo, is the commercial and cultural centre. The country is rich in natural resources, is biologically and culturally diverse, it has a tropical climate, and its beautiful beaches are an important attraction for its growing tourism industry. Its extensive coastline offers some of Africa’s best…

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282022Jul
New Tax Regulations Promulgated

New Tax Regulations Promulgated

Following the enactment of the Finance Act, 2022 (the Finance Act), the Minister for Finance on 1 July 2022 issued three sets of Tax Regulations. These Regulations are the Tax Administration (General) (Amendment) Regulations, 2022 (the TAA Regulations); the Value Added Tax (Registration of Non-Resident Electronic Service Suppliers) Regulations, 2022 (the VAT Regulations); and the…

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282022Jul
Mining Local Content Regulations Amended

Mining Local Content Regulations Amended

Article by Tanzanian member FB Attorneys In a bid to address regulatory and practical challenges pertaining to the Mining Local Content Regulations, 2018 (the amended Regulations) the Minister for Minerals has issued the Mining (Local Content) (Amendment) Regulations (the amendments) vide Government Notice No. 479 of 2022. According to the amendments, mining activities include provision…

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292022Jun
Eswatini: A renowned tourist destination with valuable mineral wealth

Eswatini: A renowned tourist destination with valuable mineral wealth

Eswatini, formerly Swaziland, is a small landlocked kingdom in Southern Africa is bordered by both South Africa and Mozambique. It is one of Africa’s smallest countries, little more than half the size of Belgium, and has a population of just under 1.3 million people. The country has a very young population, with more than one-third…

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