View this email in your browser

OCTOBER NEWSLETTER

ATTENDANCE OF THE LAST RESPECT SERVICE OF ADV. JUMA SAWAYA MAWALLA.

The Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) lost a stalwart very Senior Counsel, Advocate Juma Reginald Sawaya Mawalla of Moshi.

The first Tanganyika Utter Barrister and the founder of MAWALLA ADVOCATES who passed away on the 2nd day of September 2017.He was The First advocate to be inaugurated after Tanganyika's Independence.

As one of the past Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) Presidents, Adv Charles R B Rwechungura, the Managing Partner of CRB, attended the last respects ceremony in Moshi and the burial in Marangu.

Advocate Juma Reginald Sawaya Mawalla will forever be missed. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

ADMISSION TO THE ARBITRATORS PANEL.

On the 21st day of September, 2017, the Tanzania institute of arbitrators appointed Advocate Cyril Pesha Rugambwa into the Institutes panel of arbitrators with immediate effect from the same date.

Mr. Cyril Pesha is an Advocate and banking and corporate law consultant with specializations extending from development banking, insurance, capital markets and securities, civil litigation and debt recovery competencies. He was exposed to mining law as head of department of mining in Tanzania Legal Corporation in the 1980’s  before merging into development banking as an in-house counsel in Tanzania and East Africa including advising hands on investments in mining and structuring of securities for mining and other loans. He is a graduate of the University of Dar es Salaam with postgraduate qualifications from the University of Amsterdam.

Congratulations Mr Pesha!

SADC MEETING ATTENDANCE.

This past August, our Principal Partner, Mr Rugambwa Cyril John Pesha, attended the SADC meeting in Gaborone, Botswana.

Seen in the picture below is part of the Tanzanian delegation from left to right: Advocate Costa Makala, Tanzania Law Society (TLS) CEO, Mr Gamaya, Judge Mambi of High Court of Tanzania Mbeya, Rugambwa Cyril Pesha Principal Partner CRB AFRICA LEGAL and Tanzania Law Society (TLS) and SADC  Councillor John Seka. Not in the picture are Godwin Ngwilimi who is the Vice President of the Tanzania Law Society (TLS) and Advocate Joseph Ndazi.

INTERN FAREWELL LETTER.

In the month of July 2017, CRB Africa Legal received two undergraduate trainees, namely, Brian Rwechungura from University of Portsmouth UK and Dagless Kangero from University of Sussex, Brighton.

Dagless finished his internship and returned to school, but before that he wrote a very detailed farewell letter as displayed below.

We wish you all the best in your studies Dagless.
INTERN FAREWELL.
Annette, who has been our intern for some weeks now, is leaving us (hopefully temporarily), going to the UK for her Bar Training, which is locally done at the School of Law.

She admitted to have earned a great deal of experience from CRB AFRICA LEGAL and familiarized in matters like; how the construction of a Memorandum, the role a law firms play in the process of a company enlisting their shares and going public, familiarized with the new Tanzanian Mining Act, 2010, introduction to the Tanzanian legal court system and Developed and challenged her research skills in relation to legal affairs as well as the importance of punctuality, leadership, professionalism and teamwork.

Annette, we wish you all the best in the coming journey. If it ever occurs to you that you would like to return to CRB AFRICA LEGAL, karibu!. We will keep the doors agape and throw the keys away.

FOLLOW OUR PAGES

CRB Africa Legal
@crbafricalegal
crbafricalegal
CRB Africa Legal Official Site
Copyright © 2017 CRB Africa Legal
All rights reserved.



Our mailing address is:
info@crbafricalegal.com

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.