Wildlife Conservation Act

Chapter 283


Tanzania

Wildlife Conservation Act

Chapter 283

  • Published in Tanzania Government Gazette
  • Commenced on 1 December 1974
  • [This is the version of this document at 31 July 2002.]
  • [Note: This legislation has been thoroughly revised and consolidated under the supervision of the Attorney General's Office, in compliance with the Laws Revision Act No. 7 of 1994, the Revised Laws and Annual Revision Act (Chapter 356 (R.L.)), and the Interpretation of Laws and General Clauses Act No. 30 of 1972. This version is up-to-date as at 31st July 2002.]
[G.N. No. 265 of 1974; Acts Nos. 12 of 1974; 21 of 1978; 29 of 1994]An Act to make provisions for the protection, conservation, development, regulation and control of fauna and fauna products and for related matters.

Part I – Preliminary provisions (ss. 1-2)

1. Short title

This Act may be cited as the Wildlife Conservation Act.

2. Interpretation

(1)In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires—"Act" means the Wildlife Conservation Act;"aerodrome" means any area of land or water designed, equipped, set apart or commonly used for affording facilities for the landing and departure of aircraft;"animal" means any kind of vertebrate animal and the young and egg thereof, other than domestic animals;"authorised officer" means the Director, A Game Management Officer, a Game Warden, a Game Assistant, a Field Assistant or a Police Officer and includes—(a)an employee of the Forest Division of or above the rank of Field Assistant;(b)an employee of the National Parks of or above the rank of Park Guide;(c)an employee of the Fisheries Division of or above the rank of Field Assistant;(d)any public officer or other person appointed as such in writing signed by the Director;"authorised organisation" shall have the meaning assigned by section 29;"Board" means the Board of Trustees of the Wildlife Protection Fund established by section 74;"capture" includes any act immediately directed at the taking of any animal, nest or egg;"Commissioner of Customs" includes a Customs Officer employed by the Customs Department;"conservation area" means—(a)a game reserve established under section 8;(b)a national park established under the National Parks Act 1;1Cap. 282(c)the Ngorongoro Conservation Area established by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Act 2;2Cap. 284(d)a forest reserve established under the Forests Act 3;3Cap. 323"dangerous animal" means any animal specified in the Fourth Schedule to this Act;"designated organisation" shall have the meaning assigned to that expression by section 29;"Director" means the Director of Game appointed under section 3;"dwelling house" has the meaning assigned to that expression in the Penal Code 4;4Cap. 16"export" means to take or cause to be taken from within Mainland Tanzania to any place outside Mainland Tanzania;"fish" means all forms of aquatic or amphibious life, including turtles, crabs, shell fish, and the spat, brood, fry, spawn, ova or young thereof;"game" and "game animal" means any animal specified in any Schedule to this Act and includes the eggs and young of any such animal;"game bird" means any bird specified in any Schedule to this Act and includes the eggs and young thereof;"game controlled area" means any area declared to be a game controlled area by an order made under section 9;"game licence" means any licence issued under the provisions of Part IV of this Act for the hunting of an animal;"game officer" means a game officer appointed under section 4;"game reserve" means any area declared to be a game reserve by an order made under section 8;"hide" means any form of man-made screen, fence, platform, pit or ambush intended to conceal a hunter;"highway" shall have the meaning assigned to that expression in the Highways Act 5;5Cap. 167"horn" includes rhinoceros horn;"hours of darkness" means the period commencing at 6.30 p.m. on any day and expiring at 5.30 a.m. on the following day;"hunting" includes any act directed or incidental to the killing of any animal;"ivory" means elephant ivory;"licensing officer" means any game officer or any other person whom the Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, appoint to be a licensing officer for the purposes of this Act;"livestock" includes cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses, mules, donkeys and all other domesticated animals and their eggs and young;"manufactured trophy" means any article made either wholly or partly, of or from any durable part of an animal by subjecting such part to any chemical or mechanical process, tanning, sewing or other process;"meat" includes the fat, blood or flesh of any animal fresh, dried, pickled or otherwise preserved;"mechanically propelled vehicle" means all vehicles, including watercraft and aircraft, which receive their motor power from internal combustion, steam, reaction or electrical propulsion;"Minister" means the Minister responsible for matters relating to the conservation of fauna;"national park" means an area set aside as a National Park under the provisions of the National Parks Act 6;6Cap. 282"Ordinance" means the Fauna Conservation Ordinance 7;7R.L. Cap. 302"owner" in relation to any land means the person holding or deemed by any written law to be holding right of occupancy over the land and includes a lessee, a mortgagee in possession and any person authorised by the owner, lessee or mortgagee to act on his behalf in his absence;"partial game reserve" means any area declared to be a partial game reserve by an order under section 16;"private land" means any land held or deemed by any written law to be held under a right of occupancy;"purchase" and "sell" include barter;"road" means any highway and any other road to which the public has access and includes bridges over which a road passes but does not include a road or part of a road within the curtilage of a dwelling house;"trophy" means any animal, alive or dead, and any horn, ivory, tooth, tusk, bone, claw, hoof, skin, meat, hair, feather, egg or other portion of any animal and includes a manufactured trophy;"trophy dealer" means any person who engages in the buying, selling, cutting, carving, polishing, cleaning, mounting, preserving or processing of trophies;"the Unit" means the Wildlife Protection Unit established under section 5;"vehicle" means a vehicle of any description drawn or propelled, and includes a vessel and an aircraft;"vessel" means a ship, boat, dhow, submarine and every other kind of watercraft used in navigation, either on the sea or in inland waters and includes a seaplane and any amphibious craft;"weapon" means any firearm, dart-gun, missile, explosive, poison, poisoned bait, spear, knife, axe, hoe, pick, bow and arrows, club, stakes, pitfall, net, gin, trap, snare or any combination of these, and any other device capable of killing or capturing an animal;"wound" means any incision or puncture which divides or pierces any exterior membrane of the body and includes maiming.
(2)The Director may by notice in the Gazette or in writing under his hand delegate to any public officer all or any of his functions under this Act, and where the Director has so delegated any of his functions then, in respect of the function, references in this Act to the Director shall include references to the public officer to whom the function has been delegated.
(3)Where pursuant to subsection (2) the Director has delegated any function in writing under his hand, the writing shall be admissible as evidence before any court and shall be prima facie evidence of the delegation as well as of the fact that the person whose signature appears thereon held the office of the Director when the same was signed.
(4)References in this Act to the Ordinance or this Act include references to all subsidiary legislation made under the Ordinance or this Act, as the case may be.

Part II – Officers (ss. 3-7)

3. Director of Game

(1)There shall be a Director of Game who shall be appointed by the President.
(2)The Director shall be responsible for the proper administration and other officers.

4. Game officers

The Minister may appoint such number of Game Officers as, in his opinion, may be necessary for the efficient administration of this Act.

5. Minister to establish the Wildlife Protection Unit

(1)The Minister shall, after consultation with the President, establish a department of Government to be known as the Wildlife Protection Unit.
(2)The Unit shall consist of such number of persons as the Minister may determine.
[s. 4A]

6. Functions of the Unit

The functions of the Unit shall be the protection of wildlife against unlawful hunters and, generally, the enforcement of the provisions of this Act relating to the hunting, capturing and photographing of wildlife, and the securing of trophies.[s. 4B]

7. Administration of the Unit

(1)The administration of the Unit shall be vested in the Director and for that purpose the Unit shall be organised in such branches and deployed according to such areas or places as the Director may, with the consent of the Minister, determine.
(2)The Minister may, after consultation with the Minister for the time being responsible for home affairs and with the consent of the President, by regulations published in the Gazette, provide for—(a)the organisation and deployment of the Unit, the conditions and terms of service, and the various grades, ranks and appointments in it;(b)the duties to be performed by members of the Unit, and their guidance in the discharge of those duties;(c)the regulation of matters relating to discipline in the Unit;(d)the description and issue of arms, ammunition, accoutrements, uniforms and other necessary supplies to members of the Unit;(d)matters relating generally to the good order and administration of the Unit.
[s. 4C]

Part III – Protected areas and general restrictions (ss. 8-23)

(a) – Game reserves and game controlled areas (ss. 8-15)

8. Establishment of game reserves

(1)The President may, by order in the Gazette, declare any area of Mainland Tanzania to be a game reserve.
(2)The President may by order in the Gazette apply any condition applicable to a game reserve to any area of Mainland Tanzania and upon such order being made the condition specified therein shall apply to the area in relation to which the order is made as if such area were a game reserve, and any contravention of such condition in or in relation to such area shall be punishable accordingly.
[s. 5]

9. Establishment of game controlled areas

The Minister may, by order in the Gazette, declare any area of Mainland Tanzania to be a game controlled area.[s. 6]

10. Restriction on entry into and residence in game reserves

(1)No person other than—
(a)a person whose place of ordinary residence is within the reserve; or
(b)a person travelling through the reserve along a highway shall enter a game reserve except by and in accordance with the written authority of the Director previously sought and obtained.
(2)Any person who contravenes any provision of this section or contravenes any condition attached to any authority granted under subsection (1) commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both that fine and imprisonment.
[s. 7]

11. Restriction on carriage of weapons in game reserves

(1)No person shall be in possession of a firearm, bow and arrow in a game reserve without the written permission of the Director previously sought and obtained.
(2)Any person who contravenes any provision of this section commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twelve months or to both.
[s. 8]

12. Protection of vegetation in game reserves

(1)No person shall wilfully or negligently cause any bush or grass fire, or fell, cut, burn, injure or remove any standing tree, shrub, bush, sapling, seedling or any part thereof in a game reserve except in accordance with the written permission previously sought and obtained from the Director as well as if any part of the game reserve is included in a forest reserve, the Director of Forestry or his duly authorised representative:Provided that any person whose place of residence is within the reserve may without such permission fell trees for the purpose only of building dwellings for himself and his dependants and domestic employees, so that this proviso shall be without prejudice to any provision of any other written law restricting the felling of trees in any forest reserve or other area.
(2)Any person who contravenes any provision of this section or contravenes any condition attached to any authority granted under subsection (1) commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both that fine and imprisonment.
[s. 9]

13. Hunting in game reserve or game controlled area

(1)No person shall, except with the permission in writing from the Director previously sought and obtained and in the manner specified in the writing, hunt, capture, kill, wound or molest any animal, including fish, in any game reserve or a game controlled area.
(2)Any person who contravenes any provision of this section or contravenes any condition attached to any authority granted under subsection (1) commits an offence and on conviction is liable—
(a)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting, capture or killing of an animal specified in Part I of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than three years but not more than seven years and the court may in addition impose a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand shillings;
(b)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting, capture or killing of an animal specified in Part II of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than two years but not more than five years, and the court may in addition impose a fine not exceeding fifty thousand shillings;
(c)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting, capture or killing of an animal specified in Part III of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than one year but not more than three years and in addition the court may impose a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings.
(d)in the case of any other offence to a fine of not less than three thousand shillings but not more than twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term of not less than three months but not exceeding two years.
[s. 10]

14. Other restrictions applying to game reserves and game controlled areas

(1)Except with the written permission of the Director previously sought and obtained, no person shall, within any game reserve or game controlled area
(a)dig, lay, or construct any pitfall, net, trap, snare or other device, capable of killing, capturing or wounding any animal;
(b)carry or have in his possession or under his control any weapon in respect of which he fails to satisfy the Director that it was intended to be used for a purpose other than the hunting, killing, wounding or capturing of an animal.
(2)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both that fine and imprisonment.
[s. 11]

15. Restrictions on grazing livestock in game reserve

(1)No person shall, except with the written permission of the Director previously sought and obtained, graze any livestock in any game reserve.
(2)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.
[s. 12]

(b) – Partial game reserves (ss. 16-17)

16. Establishment of partial game reserve

The Director may, by order in the Gazette, declare any area of Mainland Tanzania to be a partial game reserve for any animal or class of animals (hereinafter in this Act referred to as "protected animals").[s. 13]

17. Restrictions relating to partial game reserves

Any person who without the permission of the Director previously sought and obtained hunts, captures, kills, wounds or molests any protected animal in a partial game reserve commits an offence and on conviction is liable—
(a)in the case of a conviction for hunting, capturing or killing a protected animal, to imprisonment for a term of not less than three years but not exceeding seven years;
(b)in any other case to a fine of not less than three thousand shillings but not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment of not less than three months but not exceeding two years.
[s. 14]

(c) – Declaration of national game (ss. 18-19)

18. Declaration of national game

The Minister may, by order in the Gazette, declare any animal or class of animals to be a national game.[s. 15]

19. Restrictions relating to national game

(1)No person shall except by and in accordance with the written permission of the Director previously sought and obtained hunt, kill, capture or wound any animal which is a national game.
(2)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section or contravenes any condition attached to any permission granted under subsection (1) commits an offence and on conviction is liable—
(a)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting, capture or killing of a national game, to imprisonment for a term of not less than three years but not exceeding seven years and in addition the court may a impose a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand shillings;
(b)in any other case, to a fine of not less than three thousand shillings but not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment of not less than three months but not exceeding two years.
[s. 16]

(d) – Close season (ss. 20-21)

20. Declaration of close season

The Minister may, by order in the Gazette, prohibit, restrict or regulate the hunting, killing or capture of any animal or class of animals in any area of Mainland Tanzania during such period as he may specify in such order (such period so specified is hereinafter referred to as "close season").[s. 17]

21. Restrictions relating to close season

(1)Where an order under section 20 has been made in respect of any area of Mainland Tanzania, no person shall during the close season hunt, kill, capture or wound within that area any animal to which that order applies except by and in accordance with the permission of the Director.
(2)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section or contravenes any condition attached to any permission granted under subsection (1) commits an offence and on conviction is liable—
(a)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting, capture or killing of an animal specified in Part I of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than three years but not exceeding seven years and the court may in addition impose a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand shillings;
(b)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting, capture or killing of an animal specified in Part II of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than two years but not exceeding five years, and the court may in addition impose a fine not exceeding fifty thousand shillings.
(c)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting, capture or killing of an animal specified in Part III of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than one year but not exceeding three years and in addition the court may impose a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings;
(d)in any other case, to a fine of not less than three thousand shillings but not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment of not less than three months but not exceeding two years.
[s. 18]

(e) – General provisions (ss. 22-23)

22. President may lift restrictions

The President may, by order in the Gazette, modify any of the restrictions imposed by this Part in relation to game reserves, game controlled areas and partial game reserves, and where any such order is made, the provisions of this Part shall take effect subject to the provisions of the order.[s. 19]

23. Where any area is a National Park, etc.

(1)Nothing in this Act shall be construed as empowering the Director to grant any permission for the hunting, killing, capture or wounding of any animal in any National Park in contravention of the provisions of the National Parks Act 8 or in a Marine Park in contravention of the provisions of the Marine Parks and Reserves Act 9.8Cap. 2829Cap. 146
(2)Where any game reserve, game controlled area or partial game reserve, or any portion thereof, falls also within the conservation area established under the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Act 10, the Director shall not grant any permission for the hunting, killing, capture or wounding of any animal within such area without the prior consent of the Conservator of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.10Cap. 284
[s. 20]

Part IV – Hunting, capturing and photographing of animals (ss. 24-60)

(a) – Hunting of animals (ss. 24-34)

24. Interpretation

In this Part—"specified animal" means an animal in the Second Schedule to this Act;"scheduled animal" means an animal specified in the Third Schedule to this Act.[s. 21]

25. President may restrict grant of licences and permits

(1)The President may, by order in the Gazette, declare any category of persons as being a category of persons who shall not be granted any game licence in relation to any category of animals specified in the order.
(2)Where an order under subsection (1) is made in relation to any category of persons, no person belonging to that category shall be entitled to apply for or obtain a game licence in respect of any animal to which the order applies and any such licence granted to any such person shall be void and ineffective.
[s. 22]

26. No hunting without licence

Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Act, no person shall hunt any specified animal or scheduled animal except under and in accordance with the conditions of a valid game licence issued to him under this Act:Provided that the Minister may, by order, permit any person or category of persons to hunt any specified or scheduled animal without a game licence.[s. 23]

27. Amendment of Second and Third Schedules

The Minister may, by order in the Gazette, amend, add to, vary or replace the Second and the Third Schedules to this Act.[s. 24]

28. General provisions relating to game licences

(1)Game licences may be issued by a licensing officer upon an application made in writing in the prescribed form and upon payment by the applicant of the prescribed fee.
(2)No game licence shall be granted to an applicant who fails to satisfy the licensing officer
(a)that he has attained the apparent age of eighteen years;
(b)that he is in possession of a valid firearm licence in respect of the firearm intended to be used in hunting;
(c)in the case of a licence for the hunting of a specified animal, that he is a citizen of the United Republic or that he has been ordinarily resident in the United Republic for a period of not less than twelve months immediately preceding the date of the application;
(d)that he has a reasonable knowledge of the use of a firearm for the purpose of game hunting;
(3)The licensing authority may require an applicant for a game licence to appear before him and answer any question or produce any document relevant to any of the matters referred to in subsection (2) and the firearm proposed to be used.
[s. 25]

29. Authorised associations and designated organisations

(1)The Minister may, by order in the Gazette, declare any body of persons, whether corporate or unincorporate, or any ujamaa village to be an authorised association for the purposes of this Act.
(2)The Minister may, by order in the Gazette, declare any body corporate to be a designated organisation for the purposes of this Act.
[s. 26]

30. Issue of game licences for specified animals to authorised associations

(1)A licensing officer may grant a game licence for the hunting of a specified animal to any authorised association:Provided that the licensing officer shall not grant a game licence for the hunting of a specified animal to any authorised association unless he is satisfied that the meat of the animal hunted shall be made available for consumption by all the members of the association.
(2)A game licence granted to an authorised association under subsection (1) shall entitle any member of the authorised association who has attained the apparent age of eighteen years to hunt, in accordance with the conditions of the licence, the animal specified therein.
[s. 27]

31. Issue of game licences for scheduled animals to designated organisation

(1)The Director may grant a designated organisation a licence to generally hunt such number of scheduled animals subject to such terms and conditions and for such period as may be specified therein.
(2)A game licence granted to a designated organisation under subsection (1) shall entitle any member, employee or agent of the organisation who has attained the apparent age of eighteen years to hunt, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the licence, any scheduled animal which may lawfully be hunted under such licence.
[s. 28]

32. Minister may regulate issue of game licences

The Minister may, by regulations made under this Act
(a)provide that no licence for the hunting of a scheduled animal shall be granted to any person except on the recommendation of a designated organisation;
(b)regulate the mode of hunting of scheduled animals;
(c)prescribe the functions of the designated organisation in relation to the hunting of animals hunted pursuant to any licence issued on the recommendation of such organisation;
(d)authorise, subject to such terms and conditions as he may specify, the issue of a game licence for the hunting of a specified animal to any person who does not, by virtue of the provisions of paragraph (c) of subsection (2) of section 28, qualify for such licence where the application for that licence is recommended by a designated organisation;
(e)provide that no person shall be granted licence to hunt more than the specified number of species of animal in any specified area;
(f)provide for the reception of Government trophies by a designated organisation from persons referred to in subsection (1) of section 71 and the procedure to be complied with by that organisation upon receipt of the Government trophies.
[s. 29]

33. Provisions relating to validity of game licences

Subject to the provisions of section 31 and any regulations made pursuant to section 32, every game licence shall specify the species and number of specified or scheduled animals which may lawfully be hunted by the holder of a valid game licence and shall be valid for such period as may be prescribed.[s. 30]

34. Unlawful hunting of specified or scheduled animal

Any person who—
(a)not being the holder of a valid game licence, hunts, kills or wounds any specified or scheduled animal; or
(b)being the holder of a valid game licence, hunts, kills or wounds—
(i)a specified or a scheduled animal of a specie, category, type or description other than that specified in the licence; or
(ii)a number of specified or scheduled animals larger than that authorised by the licence; or
(iii)a specified or scheduled animal in an area other than the area specified in the licence,
commits an offence and on conviction is liable—
(a)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting or killing of an animal specified in Part I of the First Schedule to this Act to imprisonment for a term of not less than three years but not exceeding seven years and the court may in addition impose a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand shillings;
(b)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting or killing of an animal specified in Part II of the First Schedule to imprisonment for a term of not less than one year but not exceeding five years, and the court may in addition impose a fine not exceeding fifty thousand shillings;
(c)in the case where the conviction relates to the hunting or killing of an animal specified in Part III of the First Schedule to imprisonment for a term of not less than six months but not exceeding three years and in addition the court may impose a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings;
(d)in any case in which the conviction relates to wounding of an animal, a fine of not less than one thousand shillings but not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment of not less than three months but not exceeding two years.
[s. 31]

(b) – Capture of animals (ss. 35-38)

35. No animal to be captured without permit

(1)Except as otherwise expressly stated in this Act, no person shall capture any animal, whether or not specified in any Schedule to this Act, except under and in accordance with the conditions of a valid capture permit issued to him under this Act.
(2)The Director may grant a capture permit authorising the capture of any animal for—
(a)providing a specimen for any zoological garden or similar institution;
(b)any educational, scientific or cultural purpose;
(c)any purpose which in the opinion of the Director is in the national interest.
[s. 32]

36. Methods of capture

The Director may grant a capture permit subject to such conditions as to the method of capture, care, stabling, feeding crating and exporting of animals as he may consider fit, and shall either specify the conditions in the permit or otherwise communicate them to the person to whom the permit is issued.[s. 33]

37. General provisions relating to capture permits

(1)Every capture permit shall be in the prescribed form specifying the area or areas within which the animal specified therein may be captured.
(2)A capture permit shall be valid for such period as the Director may specify.
(3)There shall be charged in respect of a capture permit such fee or royalty as may be prescribed or, where no fee or royalty has been prescribed, such fee or royalty as the Minister may direct.
[s. 34]

38. Unlawful capture of animal

Any person who—
(a)not being the holder of a valid capture permit, captures any animal; or
(b)being the holder of a valid capture permit, captures—
(i)an animal of a specie, category, type or description other than that specified in the permit; or
(ii)a number of animals larger than that authorised by the permit; or
(iii)an animal in an area other than the area specified in the permit,
commits an offence and on conviction is liable—
(a)in the case where the conviction relates to the capture of an animal specified in Part I of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than two years but not exceeding seven years and the court may in addition impose a fine not exceeding one hundred thousand shillings;
(b)in the case where the conviction relates to the capture of an animal specified in part II of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than one year but not exceeding five years, and the court may in addition impose a fine not exceeding fifty thousand shillings;
(c)in the case where the conviction relates to the capture of an animal specified in part III of the First Schedule to this Act, to imprisonment for a term of not less than six months but not exceeding three years and in addition the court may impose a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings;
(d)in any other case, to a fine of not less than three thousand shillings but not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term of not less than three months but not exceeding two years.
[s. 35]

(c) – Commercial game photography (ss. 39-40)

39. Commercial game photography

(1)No person shall engage in photographing animals for commercial purposes except under and in accordance with the conditions of a commercial game photography permit:Provided that this section shall not apply in relation to the photographing by the holder of a licence or permit granted under this Act of any animal involved in any activity lawfully carried on pursuant to such licence or permit.
(2)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of subsection (1) commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand shillings.
(3)For the purposes of this section—
(a)"photograph" means any product of photography or any process akin to photography and includes cinematograph;
(b)a person shall be deemed to engage in photographing animals for commercial purposes if—
(i)he intends to sell or exhibit for gain or reward the photograph or cinematograph film produced;
(ii)he engages in such photography on behalf of any other person for any monetary gain or reward;
(iii)he is a person who is ordinarily engaged in the business of a photographer or cinematograph producer.
(4)Where in any proceedings for an offence under this section the court is satisfied that the accused took any photograph of any animal, the court shall, unless the accused satisfies the court to the contrary, presume that—
(a)the photograph was taken for the purposes of commercial photography;
(b)the proviso to subsection (1) does not apply to the accused.
[s. 36]

40. Provisions relating to commercial game photography permit

The Director may grant a commercial game photography permit on such terms and conditions as he may specify and upon payment of such fee as may be prescribed.[s. 37]

(d) – General provisions relating to hunting (ss. 41-57)

41. Hunting of unscheduled animals without permit

(1)No person shall without the written authority of the Director previously sought and obtained, hunt, kill or wound any animal regardless of the fact that the animal is not specified in the Second or Third Schedule to this Act.
(2)Any person who contravenes the provisions of this section commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
[s. 38]

42. Killing of young animals to be an offence

No licence, permit or authority granted under this Act shall, unless it is specifically stated be construed as authorising the holder to hunt or kill the young of any animal or any female animal which is apparently pregnant or which is accompanied by its young and any person who, holding a valid licence, permit or authority to hunt an animal of any specie, hunts the young of that specie or the female of that specie which is pregnant or is accompanied by its young shall, unless the hunting of such young or such female is expressly authorised by the licence, permit or authority, be guilty of having hunted, killed or wounded the same without a licence, permit or authority and be liable to be punished accordingly.[s. 39]

43. Hunting or capture on private land

(1)No person shall hunt or capture any animal on a private land unless—
(a)he is the holder of a valid licence, permit or written authority issued or granted under this Act to hunt, or as the case may be, to capture such animal; and
(b)the owner of the private land has given his consent.
(2)Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (1) where the Director is of the opinion that it is in the public interest that any animal on any private land be hunted or captured he may by writing under his hand authorise any person to hunt or capture such animal on the private land and after a copy of the authority has been served on the owner of the private land, it shall be lawful for the person authorised to hunt or capture the animal to proceed to do so without the consent of the owner:Provided that the person so authorised shall not be entitled, without the consent of the owner, to enter any dwelling house or other building on the land.
(3)Any person who—
(a)not being a person authorised under subsection (2) so to do, hunts or captures any animal on a private land without the consent of the owner;
(b)being a person so authorised contravenes the provisions of subsection (2);
(c)being the owner of any private land who has been served with a copy of any authority granted under subsection (2), obstructs the person authorised to hunt or capture any animal on such private land from entering on the private land or from hunting or capturing the animal,
commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
[s. 40]

44. President's licence

(1)Notwithstanding the other provisions of this Act, it shall be lawful for the Director, with the consent of the Minister and upon such conditions as he may consider fit, with or without a fee to grant to any person a President's licence in the prescribed form authorising the holder thereof to hunt, capture or photograph the animals specified for the purpose of—
(a)scientific research;
(b)display in a museum, zoo, or similar establishments;
(c)educational activity;
(d)cultural activity;
(e)complimentary gift; or
(f)supply of food in cases of emergency.
(2)A President's licence may authorise the hunting, capture or photography of any animal whether or not the animal is protected by any other provision of this Act or other written law.
[s. 41]

45. Security for compliance with this Act

(1)The Director may, as a condition to the grant of any licence, permit or other authority under this Act, direct that the applicant shall give a security for compliance with the provisions of this Act and any subsidiary legislation made hereunder either by depositing with the Director such sum of money, not exceeding five thousand shillings or by executing a bond, with or without sureties, for such amount not exceeding five thousand shillings, as the Director may decide.
(2)Where a person who has given a security under this section contravenes any of the provisions of this Act or any subsidiary legislation made hereunder during the period of nine months immediately succeeding the date on which the security is given, then, notwithstanding any penalty which may have been or may be imposed upon that person for the contravention—
(a)where a sum of money was deposited with the Director, such sum of money or such part thereof as the Director may direct, shall be forfeited to the Government;
(b)where a security bond was executed, the bond shall be enforceable by the Director on behalf of the government either in relation to the whole amount specified or such part of such amount as the Director may decide.
[s. 42]

46. Licences, etc., not transferable

(1)No person shall without the prior consent in writing of the Director transfer or assign to any other person any licence, permit or other authority granted to him under this Act and any such purported transfer or assignment without such consent shall be void.
(2)Any person who without the prior consent in writing of the Director purports to transfer or assign to any other person or accepts a transfer or assignment to himself of any licence, permit or authority granted under this Act commits an office and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both.
[s. 43]

47. Recording of game and surrender of licence

(1)Any person to whom there has been issued any licence, permit or written authority under this Act shall—
(a)carry the licence, permit or authority with him when exercising the rights thereby conferred;
(b)record in Kiswahili or English in legible writing, in the space provided, all relevant details of all animals killed or captured by him in the exercise of the rights conferred and no animal so killed, nor any part thereof shall be removed from the place where it fell unless all such details have been first so recorded;
(c)not later than thirty days after the expiry of the licence, permit, or authority, or where he proposes to depart from Mainland Tanzania or the area for which the licence, permit or authority is valid before the date of the departure, surrender the licence, permit or authority to the licensing officer who issued it and shall sign a declaration certifying the accuracy of the record of game killed or captured in the presence of that officer.
(2)The licensing officer to whom any licence, permit or other authority is surrendered shall countersign the declaration made in the space provided for the countersignature.
(3)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of subsection (1) commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both that fine and imprisonment.
[s. 44]

48. Extension of licences by Director

The Director may, in his discretion, extend the period of validity of any licence, permit or other authority granted under this Act, by a period not exceeding three months if in his opinion the holder was prevented from exercising the rights thereby conferred by any reasonable cause.[s. 45]

49. Refund of fees

Where in the opinion of the Director the holder of a licence, permit or other authority granted under this Act has failed to exercise any of the rights conferred thereby and it is not desirable, expedient or practical to extend the period of validity of the licence, permit or authority, the Director may, in his absolute discretion, refund the fee or any part paid for the licence, permit or authority.[s. 46]

50. Animal killed by accident or in error

(1)Any person who kills an animal specified in any of the Schedules to this Act by accident or in error shall as soon as may be practicable—
(a)remove from that animal any skin, ivory, horn, tooth or any other valuable trophy;
(b)report the fact and the circumstances of the killing to the nearest Game Officer;
(c)hand over to the Game Officer any trophy removed from that animal, which trophy shall be the property of the Government and shall be disposed of as the Director may direct; and
(d)if so required by the Game Officer, show him the place or site where the animal was killed.
(2)An animal shall be deemed not to have been killed by accident or in error if the person killing it is the holder of a licence, permit or authority, entitling him to hunt an animal of that specie.
(3)Any person who fails to comply with any of the provisions of this section commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both that fine and imprisonment.
[s. 47]

51. Dangerous animals

(1)The animals specified in the Fourth Schedule to this Act are hereby declared to be dangerous animals.
(2)The Minister may, by order in the Gazette, amend, vary or replace the Fourth Schedule to this Act.
[s. 48]

52. Wounding of animals

(1)Any person who wounds any animal shall use all reasonable endeavours to kill it at the earliest opportunity.
(2)If a dangerous animal which has been wounded enters a game controlled area, a game reserve, a forest reserve, a national park or the Ngorongoro Conservation Area the person wounding it shall forthwith report the entry to the nearest Game Officer, Forest Officer, Park Warden, or Conservator, as the case may be and the officer shall take all necessary measures to assist that person in killing the animal.
(3)Any person who wounds any dangerous animal and fails to kill it shall forthwith make a report to the nearest Game Officer.
(4)Every report made under subsection (3) shall specify the date, time and place of the wounding, the nature of the wound, the efforts made to kill the animal and such other information as may assist in locating the animal.
(5)Where any animal is found dead and the Director is satisfied that it is an animal which was wounded and lost by a person holding a licence, permit or authority for the hunting or capture of an animal of the same specie as the animal so found, and that that person—
(a)after wounding the animal used every endeavour to kill it; and
(b)on losing the wounded animal, made a report as required by this section,
the Director may, at his discretion, direct that any trophy of that animal be delivered to that person.
(6)Any person who fails to comply with any of the provisions of subsections (1), (2), (3) or (4) commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both that fine and imprisonment.
[s. 49]

53. Killing animal in defence of life or property allowed

(1)Nothing in this Act shall make it an offence to kill any animal in defence of human life or property or for the owner or occupier of the property or any person dependent on or employed by the owner or occupier to drive out or kill by any means any animal found causing damage to such property:Provided that—
(a)this section shall not apply to the killing of an animal in defence of life or property if—
(i)the behaviour of the animal necessitating the killing is the result of molestation or deliberate provocation by or with the knowledge of the person killing the animal; or
(ii)the person killing the animal or the person whose life or property is being defended was, when the defence became necessary, committing an act which constitutes an offence under this Act;
(b)nothing in this section shall be deemed to authorise—
(i)the use of stakes in pitfalls or of any other method which is likely to result in undue cruelty to animals or to endanger human life;
(ii)the owner or occupier of any property adjoining any conservation area to hunt in such area without the previous consent in writing of the appropriate officer of such conservation area;
(iii)the killing of any national game without the written authority of the Director previously sought and obtained.
(2)Any person killing an animal in defence of life or property shall forthwith—
(a)remove from the animal any skin, ivory, horn, tooth or any other valuable trophy;
(b)report the fact and the circumstances of the killing to the nearest Game Officer;
(c)hand over to the Game Officer any trophy removed from the animal, which trophy shall be the property of the Government; and
(d)if so required by the Game Officer, show him the damage caused to the property or the place of the killing.
(3)The meat of any animal lawfully killed in defence of human life or property under this section may, with the written authority of the Game Officer to whom the killing is reported, be utilised by the person killing it and or by the owner or occupier of that property for consumption by himself and his dependants or by any other person specified in such game officer's written authority.
(4)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section or fails to comply with any lawful direction given thereunder commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both that fine and imprisonment.
[s. 50]

54. Defence of accidental killing or wounding or of killing or wounding in self-defence

Where in any proceedings for an offence under this Act the court is satisfied that an animal was killed or wounded by the accused, the court shall presume that the animal was killed or wounded in the course of it being intentionally hunted by the accused unless the accused proves to the satisfaction of the court that the killing or wounding was an accident beyond his control and that he had taken all reasonable precautions to avoid such an accident or that the killing or wounding was in such circumstances as to be justifiable and lawful under section 52.[s. 51]

55. Destruction of animals

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Act the Director may kill or authorise the killing of any animal in any place, not being a national park or the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.[s. 52]

56. Director may regulate type of weapons

(1)The Director may, by order in the Gazette, prescribe the type or class of weapons which may or may not be used for the hunting of any particular specie of animals.
(2)Where an order under subsection (1) has been made, any person who hunts any animal or class of animals by means of any weapon prohibited by such order for use in the hunting of animals of that species or any weapon other than of the type or class authorised by such order for use in the hunting of animals of that specie commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
[s. 53]

57. Unlawful methods of hunting

(1)No person shall, except by and in accordance with the written authority of the Director previously sought and obtained—
(a)use for the purpose of hunting any animal
(i)any mechanically propelled vehicle;
(ii)any poison, bait, poisoned bait, poisoned weapon, stakes, pitfall, net, gin, trap, setgun, missile, explosives, ball ammunition, snare, hide, fence or enclosure;
(iii)a dog or any domesticated animal;
(iv)any fire-arm capable of firing more than one cartridge as a result of one pressure of the trigger or of reloading itself more than once without further action by the operator;
(v)any device capable of reducing or designed to reduce the sound made by the discharge of any firearm;
(vi)any artificial light or flare; or
(vii)any anaesthetic dart capable of immobilisation;
(b)for the purpose of hunting any animal cause any grass or bush fire;
(c)hunt any animal
(i)from any mechanically propelled vehicle or within two hundred metres of such vehicle, except when hunting birds in water;
(ii)(other than a hippopotamus, otter, sitatunga, water-buck or bird) within five hundred metres of any permanent water, pool, waterhole or salt-lick;
(iii)within a kilometre of a national park, a zoological garden, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area or an aerodrome;
(iv)during the hours of darkness.
(2)No person shall—
(a)for the purpose of hunting or while on a hunting trip, camp within a kilometre of any aerodrome;
(b)drug, cut or display any dead animal in the vicinity of any lodge, hotel, zoo or camp frequented by visitors;
(c)throw any animal carcass into any permanent water, pool, water-hole, salt-lick or any place commonly used by animals as a resting place;
(d)leave any animal carcass within two kilometres of any aerodrome or a kilometre of any public road, lodge, hotel or zoo;
(e)leave on any hunting site litter, refuse, unburnt trophy drying racks or a burning fire or leave that site in a state likely to constitute a danger to the public or animal health.
(3)Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (1) the restrictions imposed by that subsection, other than the restrictions imposed by subparagraph (ii) or paragraph (a) and by paragraph (b), shall not apply where an animal is hunted under and in accordance with the provisions of section 53.
(4)The Minister may by regulations made under this Act impose such further restrictions on the methods of hunting animals as he may deem fit.
(5)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of subsection (1) or (2) commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
[s. 54]

(e) – Provisions relating to licences, etc. (ss. 58-60)

58. Refusal, cancellation and suspension of licence, etc.

(1)The Director, a Game Officer or a licensing officer may, if in his opinion it is in the public interest so to do—
(a)refuse to issue to any person any etc. certificate, licence, permit, permission or other authority under this Act; or
(b)cancel or suspend any certificate, licence, permit, permission or other authority under this Act:
Provided that in the case of any such cancellation or suspension by a Game Officer or a licensing officer he shall, as soon as may be practicable, report the cancellation or suspension, as the case may be to the Director.
(2)Any person aggrieved by any refusal, cancellation or suspension under this section may appeal to the Minister within such time and in such manner as may be prescribed, and the decision of the Minister on any appeal shall be final and conclusive.
[s. 55]

59. Disqualification from grant of licence, etc.

(1)Any person—
(a)who has been convicted of an offence under this Act, the Ordinance, the National Parks Act 11, the Ngorongoro Conservation Act 12 or any written law applicable in any other country and designed for the protection of wildlife in that country;11Cap. 28212Cap. 284
(b)whose licence, permit, permission or authority granted under this Act or the Ordinance has been cancelled or suspended,
shall be disqualified from holding or being granted any licence, permit, permission or other authority under this Act unless the disqualification is lifted by the Director by a certificate under his hand.
(2)Any person who fails to inform the Director or any Game Officer or licensing officer at the time of his application or request for any licence, permit, permission or other authority under this Act of the fact that he is, by virtue of subsection (1), disqualified from holding or obtaining any licence, permit, permission or other authority under this Act, commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
[s. 56]

60. Licences, etc., may be issued subject to conditions

(1)Any licence, permit, permission or authority granted under this Part may be granted subject to such terms and conditions as the person or officer granting the same may deem fit and all the terms and conditions shall be specified on the licence, permit, permission or authority granted:Provided that the Minister may, by regulations made under this Act, prescribe terms and conditions which shall be deemed to be annexed to any category of licence, permit, permission or authority granted under this Part.
(2)Any person who contravenes any term or condition annexed or deemed to be annexed to any licence, permit, permission or authority commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both that fine and such imprisonment;Provided that the penalty provided for by this subsection shall be without prejudice to any penalty specifically prescribed by any other provision of this Act for the contravention of any term or condition annexed or deemed to be annexed to any licence, permit, permission or authority granted under this Part.
[s. 57]

Part V – Registration of certain trophies (ss. 61-63)

61. Interpretation

In this Part—"trophy" means ivory, rhinoceros horn, hippopotamus teeth, animal tusks, animal horns and skin of any game animal; and"manufactured trophy" means any article made from any of the foregoing trophies or from any tooth, tusk, horn, bone, claw, hoof, hair, leather, egg or other durable portion of any animal.[s. 58]

62. Trophy to be produced to licensing officer of the district within a month

(1)Any person who obtains possession of any trophy shall within thirty days produce the trophy together with the licence, permit or other authority under which it has been obtained and any weapon with which the animal from which the trophy was obtained was hunted to the licensing officer having jurisdiction over the area in which the animal was hunted, or to such other officer as the licensing officer or the Director may in writing direct, for the registration of the trophy and the issue of a trophy certificate in respect thereof.
(2)Any person who obtains possession of any manufactured trophy shall within thirty days of obtaining possession of the manufactured trophy produce the manufactured trophy to a licensing officer for registration:Provided that this subsection shall not apply where that person already holds a certificate of registration related to the trophy.
(3)Registration of trophy or manufactured trophy shall be effected in such manner as may be prescribed and upon registration the owner shall be issued with a certificate of registration in the prescribed form.
(4)If the officer to whom a trophy or a manufactured trophy is produced is not satisfied that the trophy or, as the case may be, the manufactured trophy was obtained lawfully by the person producing the same for registration, he may retain the same pending further investigation:Provided that if no proceedings are instituted in relation to the trophy or the manufactured trophy within six months of the date when it was first produced for registration, the trophy or, as the case may be, the manufactured trophy shall be duly registered and a certificate of registration issued.
[s. 59]

63. Offences relating to non-registration

(1)Any person who has in his possession any trophy or manufactured trophy and does not hold a certificate of registration in respect thereof commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years:Provided that in any proceedings for an offence under this subsection the accused shall be entitled to be acquitted if he can satisfy the court—
(a)that he has since the commencement of the proceedings lawfully obtained a certificate of registration in respect of the trophy or, as the case may be, the manufactured trophy;
(b)that a period of thirty days had not expired between the date when he first acquired or obtained the trophy or the manufactured trophy and the date of the institution of the proceedings or the date when the trophy or the manufactured trophy was seized by an authorised officer in the course of an investigation resulting in the proceedings, whichever date first occurred.
(2)Any person who in any manner transfers to any other person any trophy or manufactured trophy, whether or not the property therein passes, in respect of which a certificate of registration does not exist at the date of the transfer and any person who accepts any such transfer of any trophy or manufactured trophy in respect of which a certificate of registration does not exist at the date of the transfer commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
(3)Any person who in any manner transfers any trophy or manufactured trophy to any other person without handing over to the transferee the certificate of registration and any transferee who accepts the transfer to himself of any trophy or manufactured trophy without obtaining delivery of the certificate of registration commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
[s. 60]

Part VI – Dealings in trophies (ss. 64-68)

64. No dealing in trophies without trophy dealer's licence

(1)No person shall manufacture articles from trophies for sale or carry on the business of a trophy dealer except under and in accordance with the conditions of a valid trophy dealer's licence.
(2)The Director may, subject to any regulations made under this Act, grant to any person a trophy dealer's licence in the prescribed form upon application made in the prescribed form and subject to conditions and fees as may be prescribed.
(3)A trophy dealer's licence shall entitle the holder to carry on the business of buying and selling trophies but shall not entitle him to hunt, kill, capture or photograph any animal.
(4)No trophy dealer shall under any circumstances accept, buy, sell or transfer any trophy before the trophy is registered under the provisions of Part V of this Act.
[s. 61]

65. No transfer of trophy without a transfer permit

(1)No person shall in any manner transfer by way of a gift, sale, barter, exchange or otherwise or buy or accept any trophy except under and in accordance with the conditions of a valid transfer permit granted under this section.
(2)The Director may in his discretion, with or without a fee, grant to any person a transfer permit in respect of any trophy.
(3)A transfer permit shall be in the prescribed form.
(4)The provisions of this section shall not apply to any trophy sold by a licensed trophy dealer or the Government or to any manufactured trophy in respect of which a valid certificate of registration issued under Part V exists.
[s. 62]

66. Export of trophy

(1)No person shall export any trophy unless he holds a valid trophy export certificate issued in respect thereof.
(2)The Director may, subject to any regulations made under this Act and on payment of any prescribed fee, issue to any person desiring and otherwise entitled to export any trophy, a trophy export certificate in the prescribed form.
(3)This section shall not apply to a manufactured trophy in respect of which a valid certificate of registration issued under Part V exists.
[s. 63]

67. Import of trophy

No person shall, except with the written authority of the Director previously sought and obtained, import any trophy:Provided that this section shall not apply to a manufactured trophy in respect of which the Commissioner for Customs is satisfied that it is the personal property of the importer and has been imported for personal use by the importer.[s. 64]

68. Unlawful dealings, etc., in trophies

Any person who sells, buys, transfers, accepts, exports or imports any trophy in contravention of any of the provisions of this Part or who otherwise contravenes any of the provisions of this Part commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand shillings or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding seven years or to both that fine and imprisonment.[s. 65]

Part VII – Government trophies (ss. 69-74)

69. Government trophies

(1)The following shall be government trophies and subject to the provisions of subsection (2), shall be the property of the Government—
(a)any animal which has been killed or captured without a licence, permit, permission or authority granted under this Act, and any part of any such animal;
(b)any animal which is found dead, and any part of any such animal;
(c)any animal which has been killed in defence of life or property and any part of any such animal;
(d)any trophy which is in the possession of any person who is unable to satisfy the Director that he lawfully acquired that trophy;
(e)any trophy in respect of which a breach of the provisions of this Act has been committed;
(f)any animal or trophy or class of animals or trophies which the Minister may, by order in the Gazette, declare to be Government trophy or trophies.
(2)Any trophy found or obtained in a national park or the Ngorongoro Conservation Area or in respect of which an offence has been committed under the National Parks Act 13 or the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Act 14 shall be the property of the Trustees of the national parks or, as the case may be, the Conservator of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.13Cap. 28214Cap. 284
[s. 66]

70. Possession of Government trophy unlawful

(1)No person shall be in possession of, or buy, sell or otherwise deal in any Government trophy.
(2)Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of this section commits an offence and is liable on conviction—
(a)where the trophy which is the subject matter of the charge or any part of the trophy is part of an animal specified in Part I of the First Schedule to this Act and the value of the trophy does not exceed five thousand shillings, to imprisonment for a term of not less than ten years but not exceeding twenty years or to a fine of not less than an amount equal to ten times the value of the trophy but not exceeding twenty times the value of the trophy;
(b)where the trophy which is the subject matter of the charge or any part of such trophy is part of an animal specified in Part I of the First Schedule to this Act and the value of the trophy exceeds five thousand shillings, to imprisonment for a term of not less than twenty years but not exceeding thirty years and in addition to it the court may impose a fine of an amount not exceeding one hundred thousand shillings or ten times the value of the trophy, whichever is the larger amount;
(c)in any other case—
(i)where the value of the trophy which is the subject matter of the charge does not exceed five thousand shillings, to a fine of not less than an amount equal to five times the value of the trophy but not exceeding ten times the value of the trophy or to imprisonment for a term of not less than two years but not exceeding seven years.
(ii)where the value of the trophy which is the subject matter of the charge exceeds five thousand shillings but does not exceed twenty thousand shillings, to a fine of not less than an amount equal to five times the value of the trophy but not exceeding an amount equal to ten times the value of the trophy or to imprisonment for a term of not less than five years but not more than fifteen years;
(iii)where the value of the trophy which is the subject matter of the charge exceeds twenty thousand shillings, to imprisonment for a term of not less than ten years but not exceeding twenty years and the court may in addition to that impose a fine not less than one hundred thousand shillings nor more than ten times the value of the trophy, whichever is the larger amount.
(3)There shall be awarded, in addition to the sentence of imprisonment imposed in respect of an offence under subsection (2), corporal punishment in accordance with the Corporal Punishment Act 15. [ss. (2A)]15Cap. 17
(4)For the purposes of subsection (2)
(a)in assessing the punishment to be awarded the court shall, where the accused is charged in relation to two or more trophies, take into account the aggregate value of all the trophies in respect of which he is convicted, and in any such case the provisions of paragraph (a) or (b) of subsection (2) shall apply in relation to all such trophies if any one of them is part of an animal specified in Part I of the First Schedule to this Act;
(b)the value of any trophy shall be taken to be the normal price of the trophy on a sale in the open market between a buyer and a seller independent of each other. [ss. (3)]
(5)In any proceedings for an offence under this section a certificate signed by the Director and stating the value of any trophy involved in the proceedings shall be admissible in evidence and shall be prima facie evidence of the matters stated therein including the fact that the signature is that of the person holding the office specified therein. [ss. (4)]
[s. 67]

71. Duty to report possession of Government trophy

(1)Any person who by any means obtains or possesses any Government trophy or who sees any Government trophy in the possession of any other person shall forthwith report the possession to the nearest Game Officer or to a designated organisation and shall, if required, deliver the trophy to the Game Officer or give particulars of the person in possession.
(2)Any person who fails to comply with any of the provisions of this section commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
(3)Subject to subsection (4), the Director may, with the consent of the Minister, award a sum of money as a reward to any person giving information leading to the recovery of a Government trophy;
(4)The sum of money awarded as a reward to any person or the aggregate of the sums awarded to more than one person in any recovery of a Government trophy shall not exceed—
(a)one-fourth of the value of the Government trophy or trophies recovered; or
(b)ten thousand shillings,
whichever is the smaller sum of money.
(5)The Minister may by directions, regulate the procedure to be complied with in the payment or the making of recommendations for the payment of the awards.
[s. 68]

72. Disposal of Government trophy

The Director of Game shall be responsible for the disposal of all Government trophies subject to any instructions that may be given by the Minister responsible for finance, after consultation with the Minister responsible for Wildlife.[s. 69]

73. Establishment of Wildlife Protection Fund

(1)There is established a fund which shall be known as the Wildlife Protection Fund.
(2)The Wildlife Protection Fund shall consist of—
(a)such sums as may be provided for the purpose by Parliament;
(b)twenty-five percent of the proceeds of the sale of every animal, trophy, weapon, vehicle, vessel, aircraft, tent or other article which is forfeited pursuant to section 86 and sold or disposed of in any other way for money;
(c)any sum or property which may in any manner become payable into the Fund;
(d)any sum granted to the Fund by the government or any person.
(3)The Minister shall make rules regulating the functions, and use of the Fund, and shall, after consultation with the Minister responsible for finance make rules regulating the operations of the Fund.
(4)All rules made pursuant to subsection (3) shall be published in the Gazette.
[s. 69A]

74. Establishment of Board of Trustees

(1)There is established a Board of Trustees of the Wildlife Protection Fund.
(2)The Board shall be a body corporate and shall—
(a)have perpetual succession and an official seal;
(b)in its corporate name, be capable of suing and being sued;
(c)be capable of taking, purchasing or, in any other way, acquiring, holding, charging and disposing of property, movable or immovable; and
(d)have power to enter into contracts and doing any act or acts for the proper performance of its functions under this Act which may lawfully be done by a corporate body.
(3)The Board shall consist of—
(a)the chairman, who shall be appointed by the President;
(b)the Director of Wildlife;
(c)the Conservator of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area;
(d)the Director of the Tanzania National Parks;
(e)the General Manager of the Tanzania Wildlife Corporation; and
(f)two other members appointed by the Minister.
(4)The functions of the Board shall be—
(a)to manage and administer the Fund in accordance with this Act;
(b)subject to this Act and to any directions given by the Minister, to do any act or thing for the promotion of the purposes and objects of the Fund.
(5)The Minister shall, by an order published in the Gazette, provide for the regulation of the proceedings, the operations and affairs of, and other matters in relation to the Board.
[s. 69B]

Part VIII – General provisions relating to offences (ss. 75-90)

(a) – Evidentiary provisions (ss. 75-77)

75. Burden of proof

(1)In any proceedings for the offence of unlawfully hunting, wounding, killing or capturing any animal contrary to any provision of this Act, the burden to prove that the animal was hunted, killed, wounded or captured pursuant to and in accordance with the terms of a licence, permit or authority granted under this Act shall lie on the person charged.
(2)Where in any proceedings for an offence under section 70 it is proved to the satisfaction of the court—
(a)that the Government trophy which is the subject matter of the charge was found in any building, premises or ship, or any part of any building, premises or ship occupied by the accused or his dependant, whether or not the accused was physically present when the trophy was found; or
(b)that the Government trophy was found in any vehicle, baggage, package or parcel in possession of or owned by the accused or over which the accused had control at the time when the trophy was found, the court shall presume that such trophy was in the possession of the accused unless the accused satisfies the court to the contrary.
(3)In any proceeding for an offence under section 70 the burden to prove—
(a)that the possession of the Government trophy was lawful; or
(b)that the sale, purchase or other transaction relating to the Government trophy was lawful; or
(c)that the accused had assumed possession of the trophy in order to comply with the requirements of section 70; or
(d)that the trophy is not a Government trophy, shall lie on the person charged.
[s. 70]

76. Disposal of trophies, etc., during proceedings

(1)Subject to subsection (2), at any stage of any proceedings under this Act, the court may, on its own motion or on an application made by the prosecution in that behalf order that any animal, trophy, weapon, vehicle, vessel or other article which has been tendered or put in evidence before it and which is subject to speedy decay, destruction or depreciation be placed at the disposal of the Director.
(2)Where the article in respect of which an order under subsection (1) is made is not an animal or trophy, the court may, if it is satisfied that it would be just to do so, attach to the order a condition that the Director shall not dispose of that article until after the expiration of six months from the date of the making of that order.
(3)Notwithstanding the provisions of any written law to the contrary, on the expiration of six months from the making of an order under subsection (1) to which the condition under subsection (2) was attached, the order of the court shall be final and shall operate as a bar to any claim by or on behalf of any person claiming ownership of or any interest in the article by virtue of any title arising before the order was made.
[s. 70A]

77. Where trophies belong to another person

(1)Subject to the following provisions of this section, in any proceedings for an offence under this Act, which consists of the unlawful possession of, or unlawfully having in control or custody, any trophy or trophies, any person being prosecuted may, with the leave of the court, have any person to whom the trophy or trophies belong or to whose act or default he alleges that the contravention of the relevant provisions was due brought before the court in the proceedings, and if, after the contravention has been proved, the original accused person proves that the trophy or trophies belong to or that the contravention was due to the act or default of, that other person, that other person, may be convicted of the offence, and, if the original accused person proves that he had used all due diligence to secure that the relevant provisions were complied with, he shall be acquitted of the offence.
(2)Without prejudice to subsection (1), in any such proceedings under this Act an accused person shall not allege that the trophy or trophies belong, or that the contravention of the relevant provisions was due, to some other person unless, before the end of two days from the commencement of the first hearing of the case, he gives to the prosecution notice of his intention to do so.
(3)Every notice given under subsection (2) shall be deemed to be void and of no effect unless it contains—
(a)the name and address of that other person or, if the name or address is not known to the accused person at the time he gives the notice, any information in his possession which might be of material assistance in finding that other person;
(b)if the name or the address is not included in that notice, the court is satisfied that the accused person, before giving the notice, took and continued to take all reasonable steps to secure that the name or address of that other person would be ascertained;
(c)if the name or address is not included in that notice, but the accused person subsequently discovers the name or address or receives other information which might be of material assistance in finding the other person, he shall forthwith give notice of the name, address or other information, as the case may be; and
(d)if the accused person is notified by or on behalf of the prosecution that other person has not been traced by the name or at the address given, he shall forthwith give notice of any such information which is then in his possession, or, on subsequently receiving any such information he shall forthwith give notice of it.
(4)For the purposes of this section, the fact that an accused person has not been admitted to bail shall not be a defence for his failure to provide to the prosecution the correct name or address of that other person or any information which may be of material assistance in finding that other person.
(5)Where an accused person seeks to avail himself of subsection (1)
(a)if the person he complains against or to whom he alleges the trophy or trophies belong is not present at the time appointed for the hearing, the court shall proceed with the hearing of the case against the accused person in the absence of that other person.
(b)the prosecution, as well as the person to whom the accused person alleges the trophy or trophies belong or whom he charges with the offence, may cross examine him, if he gives evidence, and any witness called by him in support of the plea, and may rebut his evidence.
(6)Any evidence tendered by the prosecution to rebut the allegations of the accused made pursuant to subsection (1) may, subject to any directions by the court as to the time it is to be given, be given before or after evidence is given in support of the allegation.
[s. 70B]

(b) – General offences (ss. 78-80)

78. Possession of certain weapons in certain circumstances to be an offence

Any person who is found in possession of any ball ammunition, poison, snare or trap in circumstances which raise a reasonable presumption that he has used or intends or is about to use the same for the purpose of the commission of an offence under this Act shall, unless he shows lawful cause for that possession, commits an offence, and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.[s. 71]

79. Duty to take care of licences, permits, trophies, etc.

(1)Any person having in his possession, control, custody or care—
(a)any licence, permit, certificate, licence book, permit book, certificate book or other official document granted or issued under or used for the purposes of this Act;
(b)official mark, stamp or ink used for or in connection with the administration of this Act;
(c)any official uniform or badge approved for use by any authorised officer;
(d)any trophy which is required by any provision of this Act to be delivered to any public officer or which is in his possession by virtue of his holding any public office,
shall take all reasonable precautions to prevent the same from falling into the hands or custody of any person not authorised to be in possession, and if that person fails to take such reasonable precautions he shall be committing an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
(2)In any proceedings against any person for an offence against subsection (1)
(a)the burden to prove that reasonable precautions were taken to prevent any article or thing to which that subsection applies from falling into the hands of an unauthorised person shall be on the person charged;
(b)where any such article or thing is shown to have been lost or stolen the court shall, unless it is satisfied to the contrary, presume that it has fallen into the hands of an unauthorised person.
[s. 72]

80. Offences relating to licences, etc.

(1)Any person who—
(a)fraudulently forges, alters or defaces any licence, permit, written permission or authority granted or purporting to have been granted under this Act;
(b)fraudulently utters any forged licence, permit, permission or authority;
(c)obtains any licence, permit, permission or authority by fraud, misrepresentation of a material fact or a false pretence,
commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years.
(2)Any licence, permit, permission or authority which has been forged or obtained by fraud, misrepresentation of a material fact or a false pretence shall be void ab initio.
[s. 73]

(c) – General provisions (ss. 81-89)

81. Power of search and arrest

(1)If any authorised officer has reasonable grounds for believing that any person has committed or is about to commit an offence under this Act he may—
(a)require that person to produce for his inspection any animal, meat, trophy or weapon in his possession or any licence, permit, or other document issued to him or required to be kept by him under the provisions of this Act or the Arms and Ammunition Act 16 or any subsidiary legislation made thereunder;16Cap. 223
(b)enter and search any land, building, tent, vehicle, aircraft or vessel in the occupation or use of that person, and open and search any baggage or other thing in his possession:Provided that no dwelling house shall be entered into without a warrant except in the presence of two independent witnesses;
(c)seize any animal, meat, trophy, weapon, licence, permit or other authority, vehicle, vessel or aircraft in the possession or control of any person and, unless he is satisfied that such person will appear and answer any charge which may be preferred against him, arrest and detain him.
(2)It shall be lawful for any authorised officer at all reasonable times to enter the licensed premises of any trophy dealer and to inspect the records which are required to be kept under the provisions of this Act.
(3)Any person detained or things seized under the powers conferred upon the authorised officer by this Act shall be taken as soon as possible before a court of competent jurisdiction to be dealt with according to law.
(4)It shall be lawful for any authorised officer to stop and detain any person who he sees doing, or suspects of having done, any act for which a licence, permit, permission or authority is required under the provisions of this Act for the purpose to require such person to produce the same or to allow any vehicle, vessel or aircraft of which he is the owner or over which he has control, to be searched, and any person who fails to produce his licence, permit, permission or authority when required, or fails to stop when ordered or signalled, or fails to allow any vehicle, vessel or aircraft of which he is the owner or over which he has control to be searched commits an offence and may be arrested without a warrant unless he furnishes in writing his name and address and otherwise satisfies the authorised officer that he will duly answer any summons or other proceedings which may be taken against him.
(5)It shall be lawful for any authorised officer to order any person stopped or arrested by him to submit in writing his name and address and the details of any licence, permit or other authority issued to him or any other article, thing or document in his possession.
(6)In any proceedings for failing to stop a vehicle, vessel or aircraft when required or signalled by an authorised officer, the owner of that vehicle, vessel or aircraft shall, unless the contrary is proved by him, be presumed to have been the person in charge of or having control over the vehicle, vessel or aircraft at the time when the offence was alleged to have been committed.
(7)Any person convicted of an offence under this section is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
[s. 74]

82. Obstruction of authorised officer

Any person who—
(a)wilfully obstructs any authorised officer in the exercise of any of the powers conferred upon him by this Act; or
(b)without reasonable excuse fails to give any information or produce any thing or document which he is lawfully required to give or produce under any provision of this Act,
commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.[s. 75]

83. Assault on an authorised officer

(1)Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 114A, 117 and 243 of the Penal Code 17, any person who, in the course of wilfully obstructing an authorised officer in the exercise of any of the powers conferred by this Act, assaults the authorised officer commits an offence and, subject to subsection (2), shall be liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years.17Cap. 16
(2)No term of imprisonment imposed under this section shall be less than three years.
[s. 75A]

84. Protection of officers

No act or thing done by any authorised officer shall, if the act or thing was done in good faith in the exercise or purported exercise of any power conferred by this Act for the purpose of carrying out of the provisions of this Act, subject the authorised officer to any action, liability, claim or demand.[s. 76]

85. Erection of barriers

(1)For the more effective carrying out of the provisions of this Act, and notwithstanding the provisions of any other written law relating to the obstruction of roads or highways, any authorised officer may erect a temporary barrier across any highway, road, waterway, taxiway or any other place, on land or water used as a passage for any vehicle, vessel or aircraft.
(2)Every pedestrian or person in charge of a vehicle, vessel or aircraft on approaching the barrier shall, on being required by an authorised officer, stop or bring that vehicle, vessel or aircraft to a standstill.
(3)Every person so required to stop any person on board of such vehicle, vessel, or aircraft shall allow the authorised officer to carry out inspection as may be necessary to ensure that no offence under this Act has been committed.
(4)Any person who fails to comply with any of the provisions of this section, or who fails to comply with any lawful order given by an authorised officer commits an offence and on conviction is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years.
[s. 77]

86. Forfeiture

(1)Where any person is convicted of an offence under this Act, the court shall order forfeiture to the Government of—
(a)any animal or trophy in respect of which the offence was committed;
(b)any weapon in the possession or under the control of the accused at the time when the offence was committed, whether or not there is any evidence to show that such weapon was actually employed by the accused in the commission of the offence;
(c)any article or thing used for the storage, processing, preparing, cooking or otherwise dealing with any animal, meat or trophy in relation to which the offence was committed;
(d)any vehicle, vessel, aircraft, tent, camping equipment or other article or thing in respect of which the court is satisfied that it was used or employed in the commission of the offence or for the conveyance or storage of any animal, meat or trophy in relation to which the offence was committed or for the conveyance or comfort of the accused while engaged in the commission of the offence;
(e)in the case of a conviction for an offence relating to a Government trophy, any vehicle, vessel or aircraft in which the government trophy was found.
(2)The court shall order forfeiture in accordance with the provisions of subsection (1), notwithstanding that the vehicle, vessel, aircraft, weapon, article, or thing to be forfeited was owned by a person other than the accused:Provided that where on the application of the owner of a vehicle, vessel or aircraft the court is satisfied—
(a)that the owner did not know and could not by reasonable diligence have known that the vehicle, vessel or aircraft was intended by the accused to be used or employed for any of the purposes which has rendered the same liable for forfeiture;
(b)that the vehicle, vessel or aircraft has not previously been used for or in connection with the commission of any offence under this Act or the Ordinance;
(c)that having regard to all the circumstances it is just and equitable that the vehicle, vessel or aircraft not be forfeited,
the court may make no order for the forfeiture of the vehicle, vessel or aircraft.
(3)Every animal, trophy, weapon, vehicle, vessel, aircraft or other article forfeited to the Government under subsection (1) of this section shall be placed at the disposal of the Director.
(4)Any trophy or other article, other than a Government trophy, placed at the disposal of the Director under this section shall be deemed to be a Government trophy.
[s. 78]

87. Provisions governing minimum sentences

(1)Where in any trial for an offence for which a minimum sentence of imprisonment or fine is prescribed the court is satisfied that having regard to any special mitigating factor a sentence of imprisonment or fine of a term or amount, as the case may be, less than the minimum term or amount prescribed should be imposed, the court may—
(a)if the trial is before the High Court, pass such sentence of imprisonment or fine as it deems fit;
(b)if the trial is before a court other than the High Court, the court may commit the accused for sentence by the High Court with a recommendation for leniency and stating the grounds therefor and the High Court shall proceed to pass such sentence as it may deem fit.
(2)The provisions of subsections (2), (3), (4), (5) and (6) of section 6 of the Criminal Procedure Act 18, shall apply where an accused is committed to the High Court for sentence.18Cap. 20
(3)In any case where a person has been convicted of an offence under this Act by a court other than the High Court and sentenced to a minimum sentence of imprisonment or fine prescribed, it shall be lawful for the High Court in the exercise of its appellate or revisional jurisdiction to pass a sentence of a term of imprisonment or fine of an amount, as the case may be, less than the minimum term or amount prescribed if the High Court for any special mitigating factor deems it fit so to do.
(4)Where in relation to any offence in respect of which a minimum sentence of imprisonment and, in the alternative, a sentence of a fine of a minimum amount are prescribed—
(a)if the court passes a sentence of imprisonment of the prescribed minimum term or more, the court may, in addition, impose a sentence of a fine not exceeding one-half of the maximum fine prescribed in relation to the offence;
(b)if the court passes a sentence of a fine of the prescribed minimum amount or more, the court may, in addition, impose a sentence of imprisonment for a term not exceeding one-half of the maximum term of imprisonment prescribed in relation to the offence.
[s. 79]

88. Jurisdiction of court

(1)Where a person is tried for an offence under this Act by a magistrate's court presided over by a resident magistrate the court shall, notwithstanding the provisions of any other written law, have jurisdiction to impose the maximum fine prescribed in respect of that offence.
(2)Notwithstanding the provisions of any written law a court established for any district or area of Mainland Tanzania may try, convict and punish or acquit a person charged with an offence committed in any other district or area of Mainland Tanzania.
[s. 80]

89. Power to prosecute

The Director and every officer of the Game Department of or above the rank of Game Assistant shall have the power to conduct prosecution for an offence under this Act or any subsidiary legislation made hereunder and shall for that purpose have all the powers of public prosecutor under the Criminal Procedure Act 19.19Cap. 20[s. 81]

(d) – Compounding offences (s. 90)

90. Director may compound certain offences

(1)This section shall apply to any offence under this Act or any regulations made under this Act other than an offence in respect of which a minimum sentence of a fine or imprisonment is prescribed.
(2)The Director may, where he is satisfied that any person has committed an offence to which this section applies, compound such offence by requiring that person to make payment of a sum of money:Provided that—
(a)such sum of money shall not be less than two thousand shillings but shall not exceed fifty thousand shillings;
(b)the power conferred by this section shall only be exercised where the person admits in writing that he has committed the offence and that he agrees to the offence being compounded under this section;
(c)the Director shall give to the person from whom he receives such amount of money, a receipt.
(3)Where the Director compounds any offence under this section he may order the forfeiture of—
(a)the animal, meat or trophy in relation to which the offence was committed;
(b)any weapon, article or thing used in the commission of the offence or for the storage, processing, preparing or cooking of the animal, meat or trophy in relation to which the offence was committed.
(4)Where an offence is compounded in accordance with the provisions of subsection (2) and proceedings are brought against the offender for the same offence, it shall be a good defence for the offender if he proves to the satisfaction of the court that the offence with which he is charged has been compounded under subsection (2).
(5)Where any person is aggrieved by any order made under subsection (2) or (3), he may, within thirty days of that order being made, appeal against that order to the High Court and the provisions of Part X of the Criminal Procedure Act 20 shall apply mutatis mutandis to every such appeal as if it were an appeal against sentence passed by a district court in the exercise of its original jurisdiction.20Cap. 20
(6)The Director shall, at such interval and in such form as the Director of Public Prosecutions may direct, submit to the Director of Public Prosecutions a return of all offences compounded under this section.
[s. 82]

Part IX – General provisions (ss. 91-96)

91. Rewards

(1)Where in any proceedings under this Act conviction is obtained the court may, on the recommendation in writing by the Director, award a sum of money to the person or persons who gave information leading to the conviction:Provided that—
(a)the sum of money awarded as a reward to any person or the aggregate of that sum awarded to more than one person in any one case shall not exceed—
(i)one-fourth of the fine or the aggregate of the fines imposed in that case; or
(ii)one-fourth of the value of the trophy or the trophies forfeited to the government consequent upon the conviction; or
(iii)ten thousand shillings,
whichever is the smallest sum of money;
(b)the reward shall not be paid until after the expiry of the period within which the person convicted may appeal against his conviction;
(c)notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b), the reward may be paid as soon as possible in each case in which an order under section 76 has been made by the court placing the articles concerned at the disposal of the Director.
(2)The Minister may authorise the payment of rewards to persons giving information leading to arrests and convictions for offences under this Act and may by directions regulate the amount and the payment of those rewards.
[s. 83]

92. Registration of past offenders

(1)As soon as possible after the coming into operation of this Act, the Minister shall, after consultation with the Minister responsible for Home Affairs, by direction published in the Gazette, provide for an appropriate procedure for the registration of persons previously convicted of offences and sentenced in accordance with subsection (2).
(2)As soon as possible after the publication of directions under subsection (1), the Director shall cause to be registered the name of every person who, within three years prior to the coming into operation of this Act, was convicted of any of the offences, and sentenced to the extent, specified in section 93(1), together with the particulars required to be registered under that section in respect of each of those persons.
[s. 83A]

93. Continuous registrations of offender under this Act

(1)If any person is convicted of an offence against this Act, consisting of—
(a)hunting, capturing, killing or wounding any animal in any game reserve or game controlled area, without the permission in writing of the Director;
(b)hunting any specified animal or scheduled animal without a licence or, as the case may be, a permit granted by the Minister;
(c)unlawfully hunting any specified or scheduled animal; or
(d)being in unlawful possession of, or unlawfully having under his control, custody or care, any animal or trophy,
and is sentenced to imprisonment for a term of two or more years, the Director shall cause to be registered in respect of that person—
(i)his name;
(ii)his address, if any, or his place of domicile within the United Republic;
(iii)the nature of the offence he committed; and
(iv)the fine, forfeiture or other penalty imposed on him.
(2)Every person leading the case for the prosecution of a person who is convicted of any of the offences, and sentenced to the extent, specified in subsection (1) shall, as soon as practicable after the conviction, notify the Director or his representative of that conviction and of such particulars as the Minister may, after consultation with the Minister responsible for Home Affairs by order in the Gazette, prescribe.
(3)The Director shall cause to be kept and maintained a register in which there shall be recorded the name of every person convicted of any of the offences, and sentenced to the extent, specified in subsection (1), together with the particulars required to be registered under that section in respect of each such person.
(4)Notwithstanding the provisions of any written law to the contrary, the Minister responsible for Home Affairs shall, after consultation with the Minister, cause every person convicted of any of the offences, and sentenced to the extent, specified in subsection (1) and who is not a citizen of the United Republic, to be declared an undesirable immigrant and to be deported forthwith.
[s. 83B]

94. Regulations and other subsidiary legislation

(1)The Minister may make regulations for the better carrying out of the purposes of this Act and for the better conservation of wildlife, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing may make regulations—
(a)prescribing the forms of applications for licences, permits, certificates and other documents which may be granted or issued under this Act;
(b)prescribing the forms and the fees for licences, permits, certificates and other documents which may be granted or issued under this Act;
(c)prescribing or providing for anything which may be prescribed or provided for by regulations.
(2)There may be annexed to the breach of any subsidiary legislation made under this Act a penalty not exceeding a fine of fifteen thousand shillings or a term of imprisonment not exceeding three years or both that fine and imprisonment.
[s. 84]

95. Repeal of R.L. Cap. 302 and transitional provisions

(1)[Repeals the Fauna Conservation Ordinance.]
(2)Where after the commencement of this Act any person is convicted of an offence under the Ordinance he shall, notwithstanding the provisions of any other written law, be liable to be punished as if he were convicted of the corresponding offence under this Act.
[s. 85]

96. Minister may make further transitional provisions

Subject to the provisions of subsection (2) of section 95, the Minister may at any time within twelve months after the commencement of this Act, by order in the Gazette, make such further transitional provisions consequent upon the repeal and replacement of the Ordinance by this Act as he may deem necessary and in the event of any conflict between any provision of any order and section 14 or section 15 of the Interpretation Act 21, the provision of the order shall prevail.21Cap. 1[s. 86]

First Schedule (Sections 13(2) and 21(2))

Part I

Sn.Kiswahili NameEnglish NameScientific Name
1.ChuiLeopardPanthera (felis) pardus (Linnaeus)
2.FaruRhinocerosDiceros bicornis (Linnaeus)
3.Mbuzi-mawe (Nguru)Klipspringer Mountain-ReedbuckOreotragus oreotragus (Zimmermann)
4.NzoheSitatungaLimnotragus spekeii (P.L. Sclater)
5.PundamiliaZebraEquus (hippotigris) burchellii (Matschie)
6.SheshePukuKobus (adenota) vardoni (Livingstone)
7.SimbaLionPanthera (felis) leo (Linnaeus)
8.SimbamanguCaracalFelis (lynx) caracal Schereber)
9.SwalatwigaGerenukLitocranius walleri (Brooke)
10.Tandala mdogoLesser KuduTragelaphus imberbis (Blyth)
11.Tembo (ndovu)ElephantLoxodonta africana (Blumenbach)
12.Tohe-milimaMountain-ReedbuckRedunca fulvorufula (Afzelius)
13.Wanyama wa RaisNational Game

Part II

Sn.Kiswahili NameEnglish NameScientific Name
1.ChoroaOryxOryx beisa callotis (Thomas)
2.KibokoHippopotamusHippopotamus amphibius (Linnaeus)
3.KorongoRoanHippotragus equinus (Desmarest)
4.Kuro-ndogoroWaterbuck-commonKobus ellipsiprymnus (Ogilby
5.Kuro-singsingWaterbuck-defassaKobus defassa (Ruppell)
6.MambaCrocodile-NileCrocodilus niloticus
7.MbuniOstrichStruthio camelus (Linnaeus)
8.Mbwa-mwituWild dogLycaon pictus (Temminck)
9.NyameraTopiDamaliscus korrigum (Ogilby)
10.Nyati (mbogo)BuffaloSyncerus caffer caffer (Sparrman)
11.Palahala (mbarapi)SableHippotragus niger (Harris)
12.Pofu (Mbunju)ElandTaurotragus oryx (Pallas)
13.Tandala mkubwaWanyama wengine woteGreater KuduTragelaphus strepsiceros (Pallas)
 

Second Schedule (Section 24)

Part III – All other animals

A - Big Game
Sn.Kiswahili NameEnglish NameScientific Name
1.Digidigi (Suguya)DikdikRynchotragus kirkii
2.DondoroSteinbuckRaphiceros campestris
3.KongoniHartebeestAlcelaphus buselaphus
4.MindiAbbott's DuikerCephalophus spadix
5.NdimbaBlue DuikerCephalophus monticola
6.Ngiri (mbango)WarthogPhacochoerus aethiopicus
7.Nguruwe mwituWild pigPotamochoerus porcus
8.Nsya (Ngorombwe)Common DuikerSylvicapra grimmia
9.NungununguPorcupineHystrix galeata
10.NyameraTopiDamaliscus korrigum
11.Nyati (Mbogo)BuffaloSyncerus caffer caffer
12.NyumbuWildebeestConnochaetes taurinus
13.Paa (suni)Pigmy antelopeNesotragus moschatus
14.PimbiRock hyraxHeterohyrax/Procavia
15.Pofu (mbunju)ElandTaurotragus oryx
16.Pongo (mbawala)BushbuckTragelaphus scriptus
17.SwalagrantiGrantGazella grantii
18.SwalapalaImpalaAepyceros melampus
19.SwalatomiTommyGazella thomsonii
20.SunguraHareLepus capensis
21.Taya (kihea)OribiOurebia ourebi
22.Tohe-NdopeBohor-reedbuckRedunca redunca
23.Tohe-KusiSouthern-reedbuckRedunca arundinum
B - Upland Game (Birds)
Sn.Kiswahili NameEnglish NameScientific Name
 I. MabataDucks and geeseAnatidae
1.KotweWhite-backed duckThallasornis
2.Maccoa duckOxyura
3.African pochardAythya
4.Bata-mitiTree ducksDendrocygna
5.SaliliWigeons and TealsAnas
6.Pigmy gooseNetapus
7.Bata BukiniSpurwing gooseSarkidiornis
8.Knob-billed gooseAlopochen
9.Egyptian goosePlectropterus
 II. Kwale na kangaFrancolins and guinea fowlsPhasianidae
10.KwaleFrancolinsFrancollinus
11.KerengendeSpurfowlPternistis
12.Stone-partridgePtilopachus
13.TomboroQuailCorturnix
14.Blue-quailExcalfactoria
15.KangaHelmeted Guinea fowlNumida
16.Vulturine Guinea fowlAcryllium
17.KororoCrested Guinea fowlGuttera
 III. TandawalaLesser bustardsOtididae
18.TandawalaWhite-bellied bustardsEupodotis
19.Black-bellied bustardsLissortis
20.Buff-crested bustardsLophotis
 IV. SululuPainted-snipeRostratulidae
21.SululuPainted-snipeRostratula
 V. SululuSnipeScolopacidae
22.SululuSnipeCapella
 VI. FirigogoSandgrousePteroclididae
23.FirigogoChestnut bellied sand-grousePterocles
24.Yellow-throated sand-grouseEremialector
 VII. NjiwaPigeonsColumbidae
25.NingaSpeckled/olive pigeonsColumba
26.TetereDovesStreptopelia
27.Hua/PugiWood-dovesTurtur
28.NjiwaGreen pigeonsTreron

Third Schedule (Section 24)

A - Big Game
Sn.Kiswahili NameEnglish NameScientific Name
1.Mbweha-dhahabuGolden JackalCanis aureus
2.Mbweha-masikioBat-eared FoxOtocyon megalotis
3.Mbweha-mirabaStriped JackalCanis adustus
4.Mbweha-shabaSilver-backed JackalCanis mesomelas
5.ChatuPythonPython sebae
6.ChoroaOryxGazella callotis
7.ChuiLeopardPanthera (felis) pardus
8.Digidigi (suguya)DikdikRynchotragus kirkii
9.DondoroSteinbuckRaphiceros campestris
10.Dondoro-shapiSharpe's grysbokNototragus sharpei
11.FaruRhinocerosDiceros bicornis
12.Fisi - (kingugwa)Spotted HyenaCrocuta crocuta
13.FisimajiOtterAonyxflutra
14.FungoCivet - catCivettictis civetta
15.Funo (mbutuka)Red - duikerCephalophus natalensis
16.KalunguyeyeHedgehogErinoceus pruneri
17.KamendegereJumping harePedetes surdaster
18.KanuGenet catGenetta genetta
19.KibokoHippopotamusHippopotamus amphibius
20.KichecheZorillaIctomyx striatus
21.KimaBlue monkeyCercophithecus spp.
22.Kima - sykesSykes blue monkeyCercophithecus spp.
23.KimburuWild catFelis lybica
24.KombaGalago (Bushbaby)Galago senegalensis
25.KongoniCokes HartebeestAlcelaphus buselaphus cokei
26.KonziLichtenstein's HartebeestAlcelaphus buselaphus lichtensteinii
27.KorongoRoan AntelopeHippotragus aequinus
28.Kuro - ndogoroCommon waterbuckKobus ellipsiprymus
29.Kuro - singsingDefassa waterbuckKobus defassa
30.MambaNile CrocodileCrocodilus niloticus
31.Mbega - mweupeColobus Monkey (B and W)Colobus spp.
32.MbuniOstrichStruthioformes camelopardalis
33.Mbuzimawe (Nguru)KlipspringerOreotragus oreotragus
34.Mbwa-mwituWild dogLycaon pictus
35.MindiAbbott's DuikerCephalophus spadix
36.MondoServal catFelis serval
37.NdimbaBlue DuikerCephalophus monticola
38.Ngiri (mbango)WarthogPhacochoerus aethiopicus
39.NguchiroMongooseViverridae
40.NguruweBush-pigPotamochoerus porcus
41.Nguruwe-kuuGiant Forest HogHylochoerus meinertzhageni
42.Nsya (Ngorombwe)Common DuikerSylvicapra grimmia
43.NunguriPorcupineHystrix galeata
44.NyameraTopiDamaliscus korrigum jimela
45.Nyani-mwekunduOlive BaboonPapio anubis
46.Nyani-njanoYellow BaboonPapio cynocephalus
47.Nyati (mbogo)BuffaloSyncerus caffer caffer
48.NyegereRatel (h.b.)Mellivora capensis
49.Nyumbu - kidevu cheupeWildebeest (w.b.)Connochaetes taurinus albojabatus
50.Nyumbu-kusiNyasa WildebeestConnochaetes taurinus taurinus
51.NzoheSitatungaTragelaphus spekeii
52.Paa (suni)Pigmy antelopeNesotragus moschatus
53.Palahala (mbarapi)Sable AntelopeHippotragus niger
54.Pelele (wibari)Tree HyraxDendrohyrax aboreus
55.Pimbi (kwanga)Rock HyraxHeterohyrax/procavia
56.Pofu (mbunju)ElandTaurotragus oryx
57.Pongo (mbawala)BushbuckTragelaphus scriptus
58.PundamiliaZebraEquus barchellii
59.SheshePukuAdenota vardoni
60.SimbaLionPanthera (felis) leo
61.Simba-manguCaracalFelis caracal
62.SwalagrantiGrant's GazelleGazella grantii
63.SwalapalaImpalaAepyceros melampus
64.SwalatoniThomson's GazelleGazella thomsonii
65.SwalatwigaGerenukLitocraneous walleri
66.SunguraAfrican HareLepus capensis
67.Tandala-mkubwaGreater KuduStrepsiceros strepsiceros
68.Tandala-mdogoLesser KuduStrepsiceros imberbis
69.Taya (Kihea)OribiOurebia ourebi
70.Tembo (ndovu)ElephantLoxodonta africana
71.Tohe-kusiSouthern ReedbuckRedunca arundinum
72.Tohe-milimaMountain ReedbuckRedunca fulvorufula
73.Tohe-ndopeBohor ReedbuckRedunca redunca
74.TumbiliVervet MonkeyCercopithecus iaethiops
B - Upland Game (Birds)
Sn.Kiswahili NameEnglish NameScientific Name
 I. MabataDucks and geeseAnatidae
1.KotweWhite-backed duckMaccoa duckAfrican pochardThallasornisOxyuraAythya
2.
3.
4.Bata-mitiTree ducksDendrocygna
5.SaliliWigeons and TealsAnas
6.Pigmy gooseNetapus
7.Bata BukiniSpurwing gooseSarkidiornis
8.Knob-billed gooseAlopochen
9.Egyptian goosePlectropterus
 II. Kwale na kangaFrancolins and guinea fowlsPhasianidae
10.KwaleFrancolinsFrancollinus
11.KerengendeSpurfowlPternistis
12.Stone-partridgePtilopachus
13.TomboroQuailCorturnix
14.Blue-quailExcalfactoria
15.KangaHelmeted Guinea-fowlNumida
16.Vulturine Guinea-fowlAcryllium
17.KororoCrested Guinea-fowlGuttera
 III. TandawalaLesser bustardsOtididae
18.TandawalaWhite-bellied bustardsEupodotis
19.Black-bellied bustardsLissortis
20.Buff-crested bustardsLophotis
 IV. SululuPainted snipeRostratulidae
21.SululuPainted snipeRostratula
 V. SululuSnipeScolopacidae
22.SululuSnipeCapella
 VI. FirigogoSandgrousePteroclididae
23.FirigogoChestnut bellied sand-grousePterocles
24.Yellow-throated sand-grouseEremialector
 VII. NjiwaPigeonsColumbidae
25.NingaSpeckled/olive pigeonsColumba
26.TetereDovesStreptopelia
27.Hua/PugiWood-dovesTurtur
28.NjiwaGreen pigeonsTreron

Fourth Schedule (Section 51)

Dangerous animals

Sn.Kiswahili NameEnglish NameScientific Name
1.ChuiLeopardPanthera pardus (Linnaeus)
2.FaruRhinocerosDiceros bicornis (Linnaeus)
3.KibokoHippopotamusHippopotamus amphibius (Linnaeus)
4.Nyati (Mbogo)BuffaloSyncerus caffer caffer (Sparrman)
5.SimbaLion (B)Panthera leo (Linnaeus)
6.Tembo (ndovu)ElephantLoxodonta africana (Blumenbach)
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1. Issa Hassani Uki vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 129 of 2017) [2018] TZCA 361 (10 May 2018) 160 citations
2. Mohamed Juma @ Mpakama vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 385 of 2017) [2019] TZCA 518 (27 February 2019) 128 citations
3. Anania Clavery Betela vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 355 of 2017) [2020] TZCA 245 (22 May 2020) 43 citations
4. Dilipkumar Magambai Patel vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 270 of 2019) [2022] TZCA 477 (25 July 2022) 34 citations
5. Saganda Saganda Kasanzu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 53 of 2019) [2020] TZCA 304 (18 June 2020) 34 citations
6. David Athanas @ Makasi & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 168 of 2017) [2018] TZCA 65 (10 July 2018) 33 citations
7. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Li Ling Ling (Criminal Appeal 508 of 2015) [2016] TZCA 563 (18 March 2016) 33 citations
8. John Julius Martin & Asnother vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 42 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 789 (8 December 2022) 31 citations
9. Michael Gabriel vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 240 of 2017) [2021] TZCA 24 (19 February 2021) 26 citations
10. Erneo Kidilo & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 206 of 2017) [2019] TZCA 253 (22 August 2019) 24 citations
11. Chande Zuber Ngayaga & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.258 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 122 (18 March 2022) 20 citations
12. Cheyonga Samson @ Nyambare vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 510 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 607 (25 October 2021) 20 citations
13. Huang Qin & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 173 of 2018) [2021] TZCA 210 (25 May 2021) 20 citations
14. Song Lei vs Director of Public Prosecutions & Others (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 16 of 2016) [2019] TZCA 265 (30 August 2019) 20 citations
15. Maulid Ismail Ndonde vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 319 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 538 (29 September 2021) 19 citations
16. Pascal Mwinuka vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 258 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 174 (5 May 2021) 19 citations
17. Simon s/o Shauri Awaki @ Dawi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 62 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 51 (23 February 2022) 19 citations
18. Mosi s/o Chacha @ Iranga & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 508 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 598 (22 October 2021) 18 citations
19. Salumu s/o Andrew Kamande vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 513 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 133 (22 March 2023) 18 citations
20. Boniface Mathew Malyango @ Shetani Hana Huruma & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 358 of 2018) [2020] TZCA 314 (18 June 2020) 16 citations
21. Emmanuel Mwaluko Kanyusi & Others vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 110 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 215 (28 May 2021) 16 citations
22. Samwel Kibundali Mgaya vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 180 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 342 (14 June 2022) 16 citations
23. Chacha Chiwa Marangu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.364 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 17311 (5 June 2023) 15 citations
24. Matata Nassoro & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 329 of 2019) [2022] TZCA 690 (2 November 2022) 14 citations
25. Mabula Mboje & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 557 of 2016) [2020] TZCA 1740 (20 August 2020) 13 citations
26. Maganzo Zelamoshi @ Nyanzomola vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 355 of 2016) [2018] TZCA 543 (7 September 2018) 13 citations
27. Mhole Saguda Nyamagu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 337 of 2016) [2019] TZCA 623 (5 April 2019) 13 citations
28. Papaa Olesikaladai @ Lendemu & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 47 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 51 (20 February 2023) 13 citations
29. Jadili Muhumbi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 229 of 2021) [2022] TZCA 329 (10 June 2022) 12 citations
30. Willy Kitinyi @ Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. . 511 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 608 (25 October 2021) 12 citations
31. Yusuph Athuman @ Mangu and Another v The Republic (Criminal Appeal) [2024] TZHC 170 (2 February 2024) 12 citations
32. Geophrey Jonathan @ Kitomari vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 237 of 2017) [2021] TZCA 17 (16 February 2021) 11 citations
33. Amos s/o Alexander @ Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 513 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 620 (29 October 2021) 10 citations
34. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Pirbaksh Asharaf & Others (Criminal Appeal No. 345 of 2017) [2018] TZCA 64 (20 July 2018) 10 citations
35. Issa Mustapha Gora & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 330 of 2019) [2022] TZCA 638 (19 October 2022) 10 citations
36. Maduhu Sayi @ Nigho vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 560 of 2016) [2020] TZCA 1723 (17 August 2020) 10 citations
37. Magoiga Magutu @ Wansima vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 65 of 2015) [2016] TZCA 608 (25 May 2016) 9 citations
38. Matheo Ngua & Others vs DPP (Criminal Appeal 452 of 2017) [2020] TZCA 153 (3 April 2020) 9 citations
39. Evarist Nyamtemba vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 196 of 2020) [2021] TZCA 294 (12 July 2021) 8 citations
40. Hashim Nassoro @ Almas vs Director of Public Prosecutions (Criminal Appeal No. 312 of 2019) [2023] TZCA 17716 (4 October 2023) 8 citations
41. Jumanne Mpini @ Kambilombilo & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 195 of 2020) [2021] TZCA 303 (15 July 2021) 8 citations
42. Moroga Mwita Moroga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 181 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 340 (14 June 2022) 8 citations
43. Mwinyi Jamal Kitalamba @ Igonza & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 348 of 2018) [2020] TZCA 307 (16 June 2020) 8 citations
44. Zheng Zhi Chao vs Director of Public Prosecutions (Criminal Appeal No. 506 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 240 (8 June 2021) 8 citations
45. Director of Public Prosecution vs Li Ling (Criminal Appeal 508 of 2015) [2016] TZCA 803 (18 March 2016) 7 citations
46. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Salum Madito (Criminal Appeal No. 108 of 2019) [2020] TZCA 311 (19 June 2020) 7 citations
47. George Lazaro Ogur vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 69 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 49 (23 February 2023) 7 citations
48. Juma Kambi Kong'wa & Another vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause 16 of 2017) [2017] TZHCCED 7 (5 July 2017) 6 citations
49. Metwii Pusindawa Lasilasi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 431 of 2020) [2024] TZCA 139 (23 February 2024) 6 citations
50. Sandu John vs The Director of Public Prosecutions (Crminal Appeal No. 237 of 2019) [2023] TZCA 17719 (4 October 2023) 6 citations
51. Stephen s/o Jonas & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 337 of 2018) [2021] TZCA 503 (21 September 2021) 6 citations
52. William Kilunga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 447 of 2017) [2021] TZCA 399 (24 August 2021) 6 citations
53. Daniel Malogo Makasi & Others vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 346 of 2021) [2022] TZCA 230 (2 May 2022) 5 citations
54. Hamisi Hassani Jumanne vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 397 of 2021) [2023] TZCA 79 (1 March 2023) 5 citations
55. Jona Mosi @ Masoya vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 144 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 1134 (4 April 2022) 5 citations
56. Ng'waja Joseph Serengeta @ Matako Meupe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 417 of 2018) [2021] TZCA 341 (2 August 2021) 5 citations
57. Saidi Lyangubi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 324 of 2017) [2020] TZCA 59 (16 March 2020) 5 citations
58. Shenda Musa @ Shenda & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.355 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 17395 (12 July 2023) 5 citations
59. Emmanuel Richard @ Humbe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 369 of 2018) [2021] TZCA 111 (14 April 2021) 4 citations
60. Gode Cleophace vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 41 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 295 (7 February 2020) 4 citations
61. Isack Kapesa vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 10 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 640 (28 March 2022) 4 citations
62. Issa Hassani Uki vs Republic (Criminal Application No. 122 of 2018) [2019] TZCA 372 (4 November 2019) 4 citations
63. Madeni Nindwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 350 of 2016) [2017] TZCA 348 (19 July 2017) 4 citations
64. Makoye Masanya & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 29 of 2014) [2015] TZCA 397 (7 December 2015) 4 citations
65. Mayongera Mayunga @ Mayongera vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 134 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 9616 (20 May 2022) 4 citations
66. Thadeo John Bilunda & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 68 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 69 (24 February 2023) 4 citations
67. Venance Kabwebwe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 228 of 2014) [2017] TZCA 198 (2 February 2017) 4 citations
68. Alex Mwalupulage @ Mamba vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 25 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 146 (25 March 2022) 3 citations
69. EX. MT 66807 SGT George Kwisema & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 127 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 95 (9 March 2023) 3 citations
70. Ghati Mwikwabe @ Sasi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 305 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 17814 (9 November 2023) 3 citations
71. Jonathan Joseph vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 391 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 444 (18 July 2022) 3 citations
72. Kulwa Kashiki vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 208 of 2021) [2023] TZCA 17928 (12 December 2023) 3 citations
73. Kurwa Limbu @ Musha vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 279 of 2018) [2022] TZCA 436 (18 July 2022) 3 citations
74. Mahende Getocho @ Mahenda vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 159 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 9967 (6 June 2022) 3 citations
75. Malegi Shenye @ Lusinga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.152 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 17394 (11 July 2023) 3 citations
76. Matera Simango @ Masana vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 517 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 621 (29 October 2021) 3 citations
77. Michael Charles Kijangwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 280 of 2017) [2020] TZCA 42 (14 February 2020) 3 citations
78. Paulo Kaparage vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 73 of 2021) [2023] TZCA 17703 (3 October 2023) 3 citations
79. Robert s/o Nyakie @ Nati vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 393 of 2018) [2021] TZCA 500 (20 September 2021) 3 citations
80. Salim Mohamed @ Mndia vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 321 of 2021) [2023] TZCA 17616 (11 September 2023) 3 citations
81. Shija Ngasa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 173 of 2022) [2024] TZCA 382 (23 May 2024) 3 citations
82. Amiri Ally Shaban & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 155 ''B'' of 2023) [2024] TZCA 35 (14 February 2024) 2 citations
83. Aniseth Ibrahim & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 227 of 2018) [2021] TZCA 488 (17 September 2021) 2 citations
84. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Malimi Sendama & Others (Criminal Appeal No. 92 of 2018) [2019] TZCA 530 (7 November 2019) 2 citations
85. Gerald Kasamya Sibula vs Republic (Criminal Application 5 of 2010) [2013] TZCA 197 (27 June 2013) 2 citations
86. Hassan s/o Kitunda vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 479 of 2015) [2016] TZCA 686 (4 August 2016) 2 citations
87. John Ikland @ Ayoub vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 196 of 2014) [2015] TZCA 202 (14 August 2015) 2 citations
88. John Mhagama vs R (Misc. Criminal Application 173 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4330 (15 December 2020) 2 citations
89. Joseph Ngadupa Akilimbaya & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 632 of 2020) [2024] TZCA 39 (14 February 2024) 2 citations
90. Joseph Yombo @ Mahema vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 448 of 2016) [2020] TZCA 22 (25 February 2020) 2 citations
91. Kasimba Aman Simba vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 378 of 2021) [2024] TZCA 219 (22 March 2024) 2 citations
92. Kulwa Nassoro Mohamed vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 183 of 2018) [2020] TZCA 1887 (4 December 2020) 2 citations
93. Lekengere Faru Parutu Kamunyu and 52 Others vs Minister for Tourism, Natural Resources and Environment & 3 Others (Civil Appeal 53 of 1998) [1999] TZCA 20 (29 March 1999) 2 citations
94. Makoye Charles vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 109 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 5694 (6 August 2021) 2 citations
95. Matongo Chacha @ Mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 528 of 2017) [2021] TZCA 386 (19 August 2021) 2 citations
96. Mwanaharusi Salimu Mshahara vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 403 of 2022) [2024] TZCA 304 (6 May 2024) 2 citations
97. Ndalamia Partareto Taiwap & 4 Others vs. The Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism & Another (Misc. Civil Cause) [2023] TZHC 21407 (19 September 2023) 2 citations
98. Ndugulile Mandango vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 58 of 2019) [2021] TZCA 711 (1 December 2021) 2 citations
99. Paschal s/o John Munisi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 155 ''A'' of 2021) [2024] TZCA 71 (20 February 2024) 2 citations
100. RITHA GOODLUCK MOSHA vs REPUBLIC (Criminal Appeal 49 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 9174 (1 December 2021) 2 citations
101. Robert Nyambureti Nyanchiwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 173 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 3647 (16 June 2021) 2 citations
102. Ruben Lazaro Mafuta @ Mbunde & Others vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal No.Appeals 503 of 2018) [2021] TZCA 289 (8 July 2021) 2 citations
103. Said Kihedu Irira & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 19 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13982 (12 October 2022) 2 citations
104. Salum s/o Said Kanduru vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 122 of 2018) [2019] TZCA 379 (4 November 2019) 2 citations
105. Theresia Theobard Rukanga Vs The Republic (Misc Criminal Application No 84 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 20105 (14 Julai 2023) 2 citations
106. Vicent Kioja @ Ngeleja vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 157 of 2018) [2022] TZCA 144 (25 March 2022) 2 citations
107. Abel Adriano & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 184 of 2017) [2018] TZHC 2908 (29 June 2018) 1 citation
108. Arobogast Augustino @shayo and 2 Others vs Republic (Consolidate Criminal Appeals 24 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16788 (18 April 2023) 1 citation
109. Bryton Kaundama vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 7 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 17359 (24 May 2023) 1 citation
110. Chacha Marwa @ Osondo vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 91 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20474 (24 August 2023) 1 citation
111. Chacha Marwa @ Samwel vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 34 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2480 (8 July 2020) 1 citation
112. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Petro Joseph Mwarabau & Another (Criminal Appeal No. 26 of 2017) [2019] TZCA 6 (25 February 2019) 1 citation
113. Dotto Mayala @ Masunga & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 224 of 2017) [2020] TZCA 1759 (28 August 2020) 1 citation
114. Frank Mlowezi vs Republic (RM Criminal Appeal 74 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 4 (7 January 2022) 1 citation
115. Gaitan s/o Susuta vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 403 of 2015) [2016] TZCA 684 (27 July 2016) 1 citation
116. Ghati Magaigwa Khore vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 18 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1097 (8 May 2020) 1 citation
117. Hamis s/o Mheu & Another vs DPP (28 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13138 (28 September 2022) 1 citation
118. Hussein Issa Kamtande vs Republic (Criminal Appeal Case No.59 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18462 (28 June 2023) 1 citation
119. Josephat Marwa @ Mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 50 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 1151 (18 January 2022) 1 citation
120. Juma Shaban Mshindo vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 184 of 2018) [2020] TZHC 765 (3 April 2020) 1 citation
121. Juma Simba @Machoke vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 117 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 22634 (13 November 2023) 1 citation
122. Jumanne Paul @ Ndabila vs the D.P.P (Criminal Appeal 36 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4449 (29 December 2020) 1 citation
123. Kalimilo Mahula @ Kutiga & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 565 of 2016) [2020] TZCA 1745 (24 August 2020) 1 citation
124. Keiya Meshack Mahanga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 37 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 749 (22 May 2020) 1 citation
125. Khalfan Hussein Kaengele and Others vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 64 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 6551 (8 October 2021) 1 citation
126. Maduhu Mashangi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 228 of 2017) [2020] TZCA 1764 (28 August 2020) 1 citation
127. Makaranga S/O Sweya @ Limbe vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 37 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20755 (5 September 2023) 1 citation
128. Marwa Chacha @ Mwita & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal Case No. 93 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 336 (22 February 2023) 1 citation
129. Mathias Maisero @ Marwa and Peter Marwa @ Ghati vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 104 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 3012 (29 April 2022) 1 citation
130. Mlelwa Salum vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 5 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4545 (17 December 2020) 1 citation
131. Mussa Ramadhani Binde & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 347 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 235 (5 May 2022) 1 citation
132. Nestory Nambamoja vs Director of Public Prosecutions (Criminal Appeal No. 505 of 2019) [2024] TZCA 182 (15 March 2024) 1 citation
133. Nyamhanga Mwise Muhere vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 304 of 2020) [2023] TZCA 17813 (9 November 2023) 1 citation
134. Omary Said @ Lubawa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 31 of 2023) [2024] TZCA 486 (24 June 2024) 1 citation
135. Onati Ngulo Kikulilo @ Another vs. The Republic (Criminal appeal No. 74 0f 2022) [2023] TZHC 19226 (19 July 2023) 1 citation
136. Peter Karori Nyandoro vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 140 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 13069 (11 May 2022) 1 citation
137. Peter Msimbe & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 168 of 2020) [2022] TZCA 570 (22 September 2022) 1 citation
138. Rafael Chagula vs The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) (Criminal Appeal No. 307 of 2019) [2022] TZCA 23 (15 February 2022) 1 citation
139. Republic vs Abdallah Athuman Labia @Brother Mohamed & 8 Others (Criminal Session No. 63 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18161 (19 June 2023) 1 citation
140. Republic vs Mlekwa Dede @ Masweya (Criminal Revision 4 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 4232 (28 July 2021) 1 citation
141. Sisto Katabi @ Macho vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 63 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 5858 (10 August 2021) 1 citation
142. Solomon Makuru Mtenya @ Kuhembe & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 117 of 2022) [2024] TZCA 376 (20 May 2024) 1 citation
143. Thomas Kimaro @ Mngoni vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 45 of 2018) [2018] TZHC 2146 (19 September 2018) 1 citation
144. Thomas Sylvester Amas vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 44 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14792 (16 November 2022) 1 citation
145. Waryoba Yuda vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 229 of 2016) [2017] TZCA 298 (19 July 2017) 1 citation
146. Abdala Mohamed Ngalanga and Another vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause 243 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 7163 (17 November 2021)
147. Abdallah Ally vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application No. 3 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2051 (19 February 2020)
148. Abdallah Hamis@ Matimbwa @ Taliban vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 223 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 7021 (15 October 2021)
149. Abdallah Hamis@ Matimbwa@ Taliban vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 223 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6553 (15 October 2021)
150. Abdallah Mohamed Libisa vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 2 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 252 (28 February 2022)
151. Abdallah Paulo Salehe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 16 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18221 (24 January 2023)
152. Abdullah Omary Hamad @ Abdullah Mambo vs The Republic (Misc Economic Cause No. 153 of 2923) [2023] TZHC 23005 (27 November 2023)
153. Abdulmalik Abdul Upete and 3 Others vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 58 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4076 (10 November 2020)
154. Abdulrahim Selemani Hassan vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.27 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22861 (31 July 2023)
155. Abel Christofa vs R (Criminal Appeal 116 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3582 (6 October 2020)
156. Abel Nalinjigwa & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 72 of 2017) [2018] TZHC 2097 (20 March 2018)
157. Abson Samwel Chaula &Another VS The Republic (Criminal Appeal 186 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18132 (16 June 2023)
158. Abubakar Said Msawa @ Ustaadh vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 198 of 2019) [2019] TZHC 186 (19 December 2019)
159. Abubakari Mwida Pazi Vs The Republic (Misc Criminal Application No. 111 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 21790 (21 August 2023)
160. Adam Said Kawambwa vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 106 of 2019) [2019] TZHC 67 (9 October 2019)
161. Adam Said Kawambwa vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 155 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 9187 (20 August 2021)
162. Adamu Abubakar Dudu v Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 134 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1889 (8 May 2024)
163. Adan s/o andrea @ Masumbuko vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 60 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6358 (8 September 2021)
164. Africanus Mahiti @ Mtoni & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 148 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 11713 (18 August 2022)
165. Aidan Ndomba vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 49 of 2013) [2014] TZHC 2383 (26 February 2014)
166. Alex Kalilo vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 305 of 2019) [2022] TZCA 746 (28 November 2022)
167. Alfaxad Mbiha vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 18 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5851 (1 September 2021)
168. Alfred George Shashui @ Kalongo vs DPP (Criminal Appeal 22 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 6973 (1 November 2021)
169. Allen Stephano @ Kimaro Vs. The DPP (Criminal Appeal No 76 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20380 (23 August 2023)
170. Allen Stephano Kimaro vs Republic (Criminal Application 102 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 891 (29 March 2022)
171. Ally Hemed vs D.P.P (Criminal Appeal No. 120 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18479 (28 June 2023)
172. Ally Mbilu and Another Vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 81 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 23518 (15 December 2023)
173. Ally Ngoa vs D.P.P (Criminal Appeal 4 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 12005 (24 August 2022)
174. Aloyce Magawa Abiniel @ Mabelee vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 55 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 12 (26 February 2020)
175. Alphonce Kisunda vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 117 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 6350 (22 September 2021)
176. Alto Mtenzi Fifi & Hassan Hussein Ramadhani v. The Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 68 of 2021) [2023] TZHC 17485 (29 May 2023)
177. Amir Francis Kigahhey & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 51 of 2019) [2019] TZHC 234 (11 December 2019)
178. Amos Nyakiha vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 99 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4213 (7 December 2020)
179. Andrea Chacha @ Marwa & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 192 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 6232 (15 June 2020)
180. Antoni Sindefu Lulu vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 109 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 9133 (23 December 2021)
181. Antony Paschal @ Richard Njigula & 2 Others vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 15 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5912 (27 August 2021)
182. Antony Paschal @ Richard Njigula and 2 Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 15 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5921 (27 August 2021)
183. Aristidus Onesphory Massawe @ Bosco and Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 9 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4266 (13 July 2020)
184. Armelindo Anibal Ganhane vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 105 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 553 (26 February 2024)
185. Armelindo Anibal Genhane vs Republic (Misc. Criminl Application 6 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 3226 (9 May 2022)
186. Ashumu s/o Melayeki Ngiroliti and Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 60 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4354 (2 December 2020)
187. Athanasi Madenga and Another vs Republic (Criminal Revision 19 of 2019) [2019] TZHC 2168 (23 October 2019)
188. Athumani Iddi Fwaja @ Etaso and Another vs the DPP (Misc. Criminal Application 44 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5917 (18 August 2021)
189. Athumani Said Mhando vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 75 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16584 (5 April 2023)
190. Ayubu Dida Ndwata (Criminal Application 72 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 12393 (6 April 2022)
191. Ayubu Mussa Said & another Vs, D.P.P (Criminal Appeal No. 128 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18470 (9 June 2023)
192. Ayubu Mussa Said & another vs DPP (Criminal Appeal No. 83 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18057 (9 June 2023)
193. Ayubu Ntakimazi vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause 9 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6799 (3 November 2021)
194. Ayubu Zakaria @ Mgeyekwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 37692 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 5819 (19 June 2024)
195. Bahame Sitta & Another vs Republic (Crminal Appeal 166 of 2019) [2022] TZCA 706 (11 November 2022)
196. Banza Kiboko Rubafu vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 31 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 25 (17 March 2023)
197. Baraka Moson Kesoi & another vs Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority & 2others (Criminal Appeal No. 9 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19756 (28 July 2023)
198. Baraka Papaa Pania vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 406 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 1782 (3 May 2024)
199. Baraka S/O Alex @Makole vs Republic (Dc Criminal Appeal No. 71 of 2016) [2017] TZHC 2165 (22 February 2017)
200. Baraka S/O Seni alias Sita and 2 Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 45 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22330 (31 October 2023)
201. Beata John vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 51 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 7430 (15 November 2021)
202. Bekenga Ernest vs Republic (Economic Appeal No. 8 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18386 (21 June 2023)
203. Beni Kafilika @ Longino and Four Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 21 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14353 (1 November 2022)
204. Bernaldo Mathias vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 5 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19514 (28 July 2023)
205. Bernaldo Mathias vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 5 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19529 (28 July 2023)
206. Bernard Matutu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 82 of 2014) [2022] TZHC 14862 (29 November 2022)
207. Bhoke s/o Mwita and Masubo vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 169 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 489 (6 March 2020)
208. Buhimila Mapembe vs Republic [1988] TZHC 32 (13 October 1988)
209. Bundara Joas v. The Republic (DC Economic Appeal No. 01 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18635 (22 June 2023)
210. Chacha Chiwa Marungu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 5 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1734 (10 July 2020)
211. Chacha Chiwa Marungu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 5 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2437 (10 July 2020)
212. Chacha Marwa @ Matiko vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 125 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18322 (22 June 2023)
213. Chacha Marwa @ Samwel vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 34 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2156 (8 July 2020)
214. Chacha S/O Gitano @ Gongo vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 56 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 19822 (26 July 2023)
215. Charles s/o Soikan @ Mollel vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 27of 2023) [2024] TZHC 5439 (19 April 2024)
216. Cheche Wangwe @cheche vs Republic (Criminal Appeal Case No. 15 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 290 (15 February 2023)
217. Chikila Yusuph @mchaga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 3 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 11104 (20 July 2022)
218. Chimosa Mjilima & another vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause No. 09 of 2017) [2017] TZHC 2262 (16 November 2017)
219. Christina Cosmas Kilowoko v. The Republic (Dc Criminal Appeal No. 13 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 18363 (15 June 2023)
220. Christopher Labda Mwankina & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 03 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22705 (13 November 2023)
221. Cosmas Augustino Haule vs Republic (Misc. Crim Appl. 12 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 9634 (18 May 2022)
222. DPP vs Happiness d/o Michael Mollel (Consolidate Criminal Appeals 43 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 10284 (24 June 2022)
223. Daniel Halfan Mzange & Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 279 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 9038 (24 December 2021)
224. Daniel Mohere Chacha vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 19 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2416 (7 August 2020)
225. Daniel Sholo Mgeleza @Ally and 3 Others vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals No 56/64 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 2159 (20 May 2024)
226. Daniel Stephano vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 8 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14771 (11 November 2022)
227. Daniel s/o Magutu @ Wansima vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 59 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17260 (5 May 2023)
228. Dao Bura vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 3 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 348 (21 February 2024)
229. Daremi Lilo Salehe vs D.P.P (Criminal Appeal No. 102 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18473 (15 June 2023)
230. Darushi Zenze @ Luhanga vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 56 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 4087 (15 July 2021)
231. David Mshuka vs Republic (RM Criminal Appeal 40 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 5662 (23 August 2021)
232. Daymond Sangula vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 77 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17322 (28 April 2023)
233. Deogratius Enyasi vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 17 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22898 (11 August 2023)
234. Dewangwa Asindamu Masaki vs Republic (criminal Appeal No. 2 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19927 (9 August 2023)
235. Dickson s/o Daniel @ Filemon vs D.P.P (Criminal Appeal 77 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13958 (21 October 2022)
236. Director of Public Prosecution v Mohamed Suleiman Musa and 4 others (Criminal Application No. 129 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 2405 (31 May 2024)
237. Director of Public Prosecution vs John Omba (Criminal Appeal 67 of 2018) [2020] TZHC 4740 (1 September 2020)
238. Director of Public Prosecution vs Masunga Muhamali and Another (Misc. Criminal Application 2 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2362 (21 August 2020)
239. Director of Public Prosecution vs Yohana Peterngoira (Criminal Appeal No. 331 of 2015) [2015] TZCA 309 (15 October 2015)
240. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Frank Julius @ Mpandangazi (Criminal Appeal 25 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6125 (20 August 2021)
241. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Hilali Hamsini @ Milindi (RM Criminal Appeal 81 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 99 (8 February 2022)
242. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Mategwa Paulo Itembe & Others (Criminal Appeal 165 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 2450 (3 July 2020)
243. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Mateso Albano Kasian@chupi (Criminal Appeal 29 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4205 (18 November 2020)
244. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Nayai S/O Kiapi Sanin'go and Another (Cons. Criminal Appeals No. 42 and 54 OF 2022; Consolidate Criminal Appeals No. 42 of 2022; 54 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16293 (24 March 2023)
245. Director of Public Prosecutions vs Yohana Peter Ngoira & Another (Criminal Appeal No. 331 of 2015) [2015] TZCA 33 (15 October 2015)
246. Dismas Said vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 82 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 7651 (10 November 2021)
247. Dotto Fungameza vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 27 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 4268 (1 August 2021)
248. Dpp vs Mategwa Paulo Itembe and Others (Criminal Appeal 165 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 1742 (3 July 2020)
249. Edward Ezekiel Sheyo vs Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) (CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 78 OF 2022) [2023] TZHC 19403 (10 February 2023)
250. Elia Manga Mwelile vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 67 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 5487 (3 June 2024)
251. Elia s/o Eniyoye @Nakaza vs Republic (Economic Appeal No. 1 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 16142 (9 March 2023)
252. Elias Petro and Another vs Republic (Economic Appeal No. 6 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18774 (23 June 2023)
253. Elibariki Abraham@Laroya vs Republic (Criminal Application No. 65 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16214 (10 March 2023)
254. Elibariki Petro Nasari @ Kisetu and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 45 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14045 (19 October 2022)
255. Elisha Simon vs The Republic (Misc. Economic Application 8 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 2027 (20 October 2021)
256. Emilly Paremena Massawe vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 4 OF 2023) [2023] TZHC 19223 (26 July 2023)
257. Emily Paremena Massawe vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Appl. 17 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 10057 (1 June 2022)
258. Emmanuel Alberto @ Msuruzya vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 10 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 7056 (9 November 2021)
259. Emmanuel Aloyce vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 15 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1548 (23 July 2020)
260. Emmanuel Ambrous vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 55 of 2017) [2021] TZCA 14 (11 February 2021)
261. Emmanuel Bernard Vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No 110 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 21290 (29 September 2023)
262. Emmanuel Brayson Msuya vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 85 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22672 (17 November 2023)
263. Emmanuel Chacha and 2 Others vs Republic (Consolidated Appeals 3 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2139 (17 July 2020)
264. Emmanuel Chacha and Two Others vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeal 3 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2433 (17 July 2020)
265. Emmanuel Justine @ Mbando and Others vs the DPP (Misc. Criminal Application 13 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 3550 (2 June 2021)
266. Emmanuel Mathias @ Lukonda and 2 Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 38 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 10639 (14 July 2022)
267. Emmanuel Michael @ Wambura , Makori Masaho @ Makori and Paul Antony @mwita vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 86 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4610 (21 December 2020)
268. Emmanuel Said @ Kacheyekele vs Republic (Criminal Appeal Case 109 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 13959 (20 October 2022)
269. Ephrahimu Lothaa Mollel and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 12 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 16846 (6 April 2023)
270. Erasto Adam @ Njowoka & Wenslaus Vicent @ Machali v. Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 83 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1899 (6 May 2024)
271. Ezekiel Elinas @Mbwambo vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 42 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1855 (6 May 2024)
272. Fahida Minja Kabarabara & Another vs Republic (Consolidate Criminal Appeals 2 of 2007) [2009] TZHC 53 (16 March 2009)
273. Fidelis Mohamed Kikungwe (Criminal Appeal Case 8 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 12087 (16 August 2022)
274. Florian Sebastian vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 113 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 661 (18 March 2022)
275. Francis Fabian Masanja vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 92 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 3677 (6 November 2020)
276. Francis Jeremia Akyoo Vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No 62 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 23456 (14 December 2023)
277. Francis Mwita Maseke vs The Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 39732 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 114 (22 January 2024)
278. Francis Savel & Others vs Director of Public Prosecutions (Hc Criminal Appeal No. 39 of 2017) [2018] TZHC 2638 (27 July 2018)
279. Frank Charles Msovu vs Republic (Dc. Criminal Appeal Case No. 41 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22529 (6 October 2023)
280. Frank Charles Msovu vs. Republic (DC. Criminal Appeal No. 41 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 21707 (6 October 2023)
281. Frolence Jeremiah Nyembe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 178 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1882 (7 May 2024)
282. Furaha Alfaxard@nyabenda vs Republic (Consolidated Misc. Economic Applications 1 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 111 (31 January 2022)
283. Furaha Kasimbalala vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 50 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 2220 (21 May 2024)
284. Gabriel Ignus Mgana vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 45 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 976 (14 April 2022)
285. Gaga Busalu and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 21 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2326 (14 August 2020)
286. Gambuna Msingi & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.131 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 1584 (22 April 2024)
287. Ganga Mtemi @ Lutandula vs Republic (Misc. Application 6 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 360 (1 March 2022)
288. Genda Qamboro @ Tlumba vs The Republic (Misc. Criminal Appl. 107 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 9257 (22 December 2021)
289. Geofrey Musoma vs The Republic (DC Criminal Appeal Case No. 50 of 2022) [2024] TZHC 785 (19 January 2024)
290. George Chalo Stephano and Another vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 153 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 10810 (15 June 2022)
291. George Micheal & 2 Others vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 57 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 190 (24 February 2022)
292. Gerald Damian vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 18 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13378 (14 July 2022)
293. Gerold Joseph Mbai vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 100 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1523 (15 April 2024)
294. Giduja Nkwabi @ Madaha vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 38 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10023 (13 June 2022)
295. Gilbert Evod @Mtitimya & Another vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 04 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 23546 (12 December 2023)
296. Godbless Joshua Mwanamakula vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 40 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 355 (15 February 2023)
297. Godfrid Mpimbwe vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 52 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 9575 (24 May 2022)
298. Godlizen s/o Andrea vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 157 of 2022) [2024] TZHC 5440 (5 April 2024)
299. Guyela Luhawi and Another vs Republic (Rm. Criminal Appeal 58 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17082 (28 April 2023)
300. Habeti Elieneza Mchovu and Another vs Mbirinyika and Another (Misc. Criminal Application 12 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 3549 (2 June 2021)
301. Haffarman Yona Bui vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 82 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 11153 (11 July 2022)
302. Haipeng Guo and Another Vs The Republic (Misc Criminal Application No. 92 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 20109 (7 July 2023)
303. Hamad Bakari Mungi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 204 Of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20660 (15 August 2023)
304. Hamidu Mkumbi Seifu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 71 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14088 (7 October 2022)
305. Hamimu Issa Masawani vs The Republic (Crminal Appeal 63 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 244 (15 February 2024)
306. Hamis Haji Mollel vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 24 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20257 (4 July 2023)
307. Hamis Haruni Stambuli @Kijika & Another vs Republic (Criminal Application 137 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13907 (19 October 2022)
308. Hamis John Kija vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 158 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 6462 (17 September 2021)
309. Hamza Afat Vakina @ Maradona and 3 Others vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 24 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 9892 (9 May 2022)
310. Hanasi Baraka Irovya and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 19 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5894 (11 August 2021)
311. Hassan Abdalla & Another vs The DPP (Criminal Appeal 21 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2761 (7 February 2021)
312. Hassan Kassimu Mambunga @China & Others vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application No. 8 of 2016) [2016] TZHC 2202 (11 April 2016)
313. Hassan Mgaza Chomoka @ Dingi vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause 51 of 2018) [2018] TZHCCED 48 (31 October 2018)
314. Hassan Othman Hassan vs. Abdulswamadu Othman Hassan and Another (PC Civil Appeal No. 17 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 17 (31 July 2023)
315. Hassan Salum @ Chikoko & Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 36 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14952 (14 November 2022)
316. Hassan Salum @ Chikoko & Another vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 106 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16237 (20 March 2023)
317. Hassani Hamisi Shemaeze and 2others vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 48 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5916 (18 August 2021)
318. Hewa Said vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 57 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2547 (12 March 2021)
319. Ibrahim Idd Naam & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 11 of 2021) [2023] TZCA 17729 (5 October 2023)
320. Ibrahim Rashid Luhuvula vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 14 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22895 (11 August 2023)
321. Idd Ally Mnyangata vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 56 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 7040 (15 February 2021)
322. Idd Maulidi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 112 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1988 (9 May 2024)
323. Idd Yusuph Golonya vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 96 of 2016) [2017] TZHC 2103 (22 February 2017)
324. Ifanda Kawaga Kisoli vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 86 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 21713 (9 October 2023)
325. Igelele Daniel Damas and Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 27 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1188 (19 May 2020)
326. Ikonyo Kashuma @ Noah vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 6 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13205 (28 September 2022)
327. Ilanga Ndibato vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.10013 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 5928 (31 May 2024)
328. Ilanga Ndibato vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.10013/2024) [2024] TZHC 5579 (31 May 2024)
329. In the matter of Application for leave to apply for orders of certiorari and prohibition and in the matter of Law Reform (Fata Accidents and miscellaneous Provisions) Act, Cap 310 as Amended in 2019 In the matter to of Application challenge Tangazo la Kuanzisha Pori la Akiba Paloleti (Paloleti Game Reserve) Declaration Order), 2022 (Misc. Civil Application No 178 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20382 (22 August 2023)
330. Ismail Juma Mwaya v. The Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No.3 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 17784 (16 March 2023)
331. Issa Brown Samson vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 102 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10104 (20 May 2022)
332. Issa Juma @ Abdalah vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 14 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1271 (18 May 2020)
333. Issa Ramadhan Nkumbi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 45 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 343 (20 March 2020)
334. Issa Salum Makale v. The Republic (Dc. Criminal Appeal No. 25 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 20627 (29 August 2023)
335. JILALA SIO MULAKWA & ANOTHER (Criminal Appeal No. 128/2023) [2024] TZHC 2168 (25 April 2024)
336. Jabir Hassan Msheto vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 37090 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 6361 (8 July 2024)
337. Jackson Omari Muna & Another vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 87 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22397 (7 November 2023)
338. Jadili Muhumbi and Another vs Republic (Economic Criminal Case Appeal 4 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2670 (16 April 2021)
339. James Stephano @ Binangwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 52 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 2221 (21 May 2024)
340. James Yassin Lati vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 39 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 13255 (8 September 2022)
341. James Yassin Lati vs Republic (Criminal Application 19 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 506 (21 March 2022)
342. January Ludovick vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 49 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16369 (29 March 2023)
343. Japhet Betwel @ Palanjo Vs. The Republic (Criminal Application No 05 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 356 (19 February 2024)
344. Japhet Kenedy @ Mapesa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 94 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1283 (5 April 2024)
345. Jeneloza Noel and Another vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 34 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5663 (23 August 2021)
346. Jiganza s/o Ndahya vs Repulic (Criminal Appeal No. 64 of 2013) [2013] TZCA 336 (26 September 2013)
347. Jofrey s/o Anyingisye vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 11629) [2024] TZHC 6500 (8 July 2024)
348. John Abel Chitimbe vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 49 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14829 (25 November 2022)
349. John Bura vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 44 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 22189 (17 October 2023)
350. John Daffi Lulu @ Tlatla & another v Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 94 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22554 (10 November 2023)
351. John Damas John vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 5483 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 2310 (27 May 2024)
352. John Francis Hiba @ Jumanne and Others vs the DPP (Misc. Criminal Application 34 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 3758 (18 June 2021)
353. John Ikland @ Ayoub vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 196 of 2014) [2015] TZCA 483 (17 August 2015)
354. John Kishaki Kataraiya vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 200 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6676 (17 September 2021)
355. John Michael Mollel and 2 Others vs Republic (Criminal Application 10 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 3062 (29 March 2022)
356. John Mosi @ John vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 75 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1113 (22 March 2024)
357. John Mwita @marwa and Steven Mkoyi @ Gagiri vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 101 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4613 (21 December 2020)
358. John Nyoni Kaitan Vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 7614 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 1870 (6 May 2024)
359. John Zakari@ndond vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 27 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 5863 (2 August 2021)
360. John andrew Denghe vs Mponda Kitila and Another (Land Appeal 5 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 15832 (30 November 2022)
361. John s/o Emmanuel @ Sikukuu s/o Gadiye vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 9 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3896 (20 November 2020)
362. John s/o Paul vs Republic (Misc. Economic Application 4 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 285 (9 February 2022)
363. Jonas Ng'olida vs R (DC Criminal Appeal 13 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 20244 (18 August 2023)
364. Jonas s/o Ng'olinda vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 76 of 2016) [2017] TZHC 2073 (17 July 2017)
365. Joseph Barani Nangay vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 3 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 9272 (6 August 2021)
366. Joseph Chacha @ Mgangaversus Republic (Criminal Appeal 108 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2071 (9 February 2021)
367. Joseph Kibaba Nyambacha and Others vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeal 170 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 1096 (8 May 2020)
368. Joseph Kihula vs DPP (Criminal Appeal 70 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13270 (27 September 2022)
369. Joseph Laurian Kagwa @ Sechange & Another vs Republic (Consolidated Appeals 14 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 324 (16 February 2024)
370. Joseph Machota vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.6344 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 6388 (6 June 2024)
371. Joseph Marwa Mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 23 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3744 (7 October 2020)
372. Joseph Ngadupa and Another vs R (Criminal Appeal 75 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 2560 (1 September 2020)
373. Joseph Ntinda vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 17 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5882 (24 August 2021)
374. Joseph Nyamhanga Nyagichonge vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 4 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19017 (14 July 2023)
375. Joseph Nyantori Waibe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 191 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 3895 (2 July 2021)
376. Joseph Paulo Biika vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 7 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 10886 (19 July 2022)
377. Joseph Simiti @ Marwa & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 7 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19020 (14 July 2023)
378. Joseph Simwanza & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 23 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17556 (31 May 2023)
379. Josephina Meshack & Another vs Republic (Dc. Criminal Appeal No. 26 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22387 (13 October 2023)
380. Joyce Nduka and Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 54 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 5611 (2 August 2021)
381. Julius Michael vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 45 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20853 (18 August 2023)
382. Julius Mkude vs. The Republic (Criminal appeal No. 19 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 18072 (14 June 2023)
383. Juma Alex and 2 Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 97 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 10075 (17 May 2022)
384. Juma Chacha @ Merengo and Inchene Ghati @ Mugendi vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeal 28 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2304 (18 August 2020)
385. Juma Charles @ Stivin Simba vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 72 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 1082 (27 April 2022)
386. Juma Godfrey Kihunga vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 39558 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 1111 (19 March 2024)
387. Juma Hussein @ Kasindi vs The Republic (DC. Criminal Appeal No. 46 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1229 (15 February 2024)
388. Juma Jamesi Makawe and 2 Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 99 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16891 (24 April 2023)
389. Juma Jenga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 109 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 3129 (22 April 2022)
390. Juma Joseph Magange vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Appeal No. 7937 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 6236 (2 July 2024)
391. Juma Kampyo. vs Republic (DC Economic Appeal 1 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5512 (10 August 2021)
392. Juma Khalifa @ Sadick @ Ustadh Juma @ Juma Sadick Ustadh & 2 others Vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No 52 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 23454 (14 December 2023)
393. Juma Kitocho @ Mahende vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 89 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17658 (31 May 2023)
394. Juma Lasmos Mansuli vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 171 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 5810 (10 June 2024)
395. Juma Mohamed Tindwa & 2 others versus Republic (Consolidated Misc. Criminal Application no. 142 & 149 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22484 (6 November 2023)
396. Juma Mtongori Nyanda vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 3 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5828 (31 August 2021)
397. Juma s/o Boniface Mwandemanga & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 83 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19088 (18 July 2023)
398. Jumanne John Hamis & Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 46 of 2019) [2019] TZHC 46 (31 October 2019)
399. Jumanne Mpini Kambilombilo vs Republic (Criminal Revision 46 of 2019) [2019] TZHC 15781 (17 October 2019)
400. Jumanne s/o John Hamis and Another vs Republic (Criminal Application 85 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1304 (5 June 2020)
401. Kabula Masanja & 1 Another vs The Republic (46 of 2022; Consolidated Criminal Appeal No. 42 of 2022 and 46 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17418 (12 May 2023)
402. Kagondi Masunga Kagondi and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal Case 2 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14270 (25 October 2022)
403. Kalonga Andrea Masanja vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 47 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1180 (26 March 2024)
404. Kalonga Andrea Masanja vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 47 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1181 (26 March 2024)
405. Karega Rongino vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Economic Application 113 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2757 (9 April 2021)
406. Karoli Masumbuko Massawe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 6 of 2016) [2017] TZCA 320 (12 December 2017)
407. Kasema Mwanzalima vs Republic (RM Criminal Appeal 52 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 9561 (23 May 2022)
408. Kasi Margwe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 110 of 2014) [2015] TZHC 2048 (20 August 2015)
409. Kastuli Boay @ Deewasi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 139 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20395 (24 July 2023)
410. Katabi Pesa @ Katabi vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 367086 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 5766 (24 May 2024)
411. Katoto Petro vs Republic (Economic APppeal No. 2 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 21446 (22 September 2023)
412. Kayanda Kashinje and Another vs Republic (Criminal Revision 15 of 2019) [2019] TZHC 2165 (17 October 2019)
413. Kayogela s/o Kinanda @Ndeenga vs The Republic (DC. Criminal Appeal No. 66 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1976 (14 March 2024)
414. Keiya Meshack Mahanga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 37 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1100 (22 May 2020)
415. Kennedy Michael Mwambeta vs The Republic (Misc Economic Cause No. 154 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 23007 (27 November 2023)
416. Kerary Mwita Musenye vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 151 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10699 (28 June 2022)
417. Kerema Mbeche Mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 93 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2541 (25 September 2020)
418. Khamis Gamaho @ Maranya & Others vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 17 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 19582 (31 July 2023)
419. Khamis Mussa Weinani vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 31 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1099 (22 May 2020)
420. Khamis Mussa Weinani vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 31 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 742 (22 May 2020)
421. Kidua Mafyeko vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 44 of 2017) [2017] TZHC 2021 (3 August 2017)
422. Kija Buhembe versus Republic (Criminal Appeal No.116 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 19189 (10 July 2023)
423. Kija s/o Shabi Kadinda and Onather vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 142 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 13477 (30 September 2022)
424. Kinawila Bilangida vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 36 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 5604 (18 August 2021)
425. Kirunguja Mashauri vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.4 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22497 (6 November 2023)
426. Kisuti s/o Manzi @ Kazang'a and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 42 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13471 (22 September 2022)
427. Kiyungi Joel vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 144 of 2016) [2017] TZHC 2114 (27 January 2017)
428. Koboko Giboma Magige and Mwita Burure vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 125 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 3773 (28 June 2021)
429. Koto Paulo @ Sawanga Vs. The D.P.P (Criminal Appeal No 169 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 22946 (14 November 2023)
430. Kulwa Ambilikile Mwaisumo vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal no. 20 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19276 (17 July 2023)
431. Kundandumi Ndetion Nnko Vs. The Republic (Misc. Criminal Application No 42 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 364 (19 February 2024)
432. Larian Julius Chali vs Republic (Criminal Application 15 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10196 (29 April 2022)
433. Laurent Barnabas @ Shio vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 5 of 2021) [2023] TZCA 17983 (15 December 2023)
434. Laurent Safari Tarimo vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 58 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 650 (4 March 2024)
435. Lemi Dhandi @ Makindi vs Republic (Misc. Application 13 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 356 (4 March 2022)
436. Lengawo Moisari Kitesho @ Lekeni & 3 Others vs D.P.P (Misc. Criminal Appl. 5 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 1109 (21 April 2022)
437. Leonard Aloyce @ Masola vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 29 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 9551 (5 November 2021)
438. Leonard Zebius @ Buzazi and Thomas Nikalaus @ Shaban (Consolidate Criminal Appeals 26 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10980 (29 July 2022)
439. Leonard s/o Macho and Another vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 46 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17230 (10 May 2023)
440. Leornard Laurent vs Republic (Economic Appeal 3 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 10572 (13 May 2022)
441. Loitore Lebanguti Laizer @ Julius Lebanguti Laizer vs D. P. P (Criminal Appeal No. 131 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 15695 (28 February 2023)
442. Lucas Marwa @ Chama and Another vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 128 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2825 (21 April 2021)
443. Lufino Gabriel @ Mwakayela vs Republic (Criminal Application 30 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 15082 (30 November 2022)
444. Lufino Gabriel Mwakayela vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 108 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16491 (17 March 2023)
445. Lukas Nyerenda Karikene vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 81 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 11102 (4 July 2022)
446. Lukoli Lyagala & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 59 of 2012) [2013] TZHC 2052 (26 August 2013)
447. Machage Kimincha @ Mrigo vs Republic (Criminal Appeal Case 152 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14272 (24 October 2022)
448. Maduhu Malegi @ Nila vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 21 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6294 (23 September 2021)
449. Magaka Rozaria vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 14313) [2024] TZHC 5940 (21 June 2024)
450. Maganga Dotto Mashishanga vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 160 of 2018) [2021] TZHC 4122 (19 July 2021)
451. Maganga Ugali Ngudalo vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 187 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 22706 (13 November 2023)
452. Maganyi Senteu Maganyi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 155 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 1101 (15 May 2020)
453. Maganyi Senteu Maganyi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 155 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 750 (15 May 2020)
454. Magembe Vaela@madata and Jumanne Galiyela @ Ghati vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 90 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3937 (19 November 2020)
455. Magoiga Magutu@ Wansima vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 6 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19019 (14 July 2023)
456. Magumba Nyangati Ngara vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 19 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2325 (14 August 2020)
457. Mahadh Mohamed @ Nahoda Mt.2106 vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause 19 of 2018) [2018] TZHCCED 26 (22 June 2018)
458. Mahona Masanja Kitundu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 7592 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 5575 (4 June 2024)
459. Makoye Masanya & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 29 of 2014) [2015] TZCA 122 (7 December 2015)
460. Makuru Damianus Mbura vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 36 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3746 (26 October 2020)
461. Makuru Joseph @ Mobe and Masanja Masanja @ King'ari vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 146 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 1133 (6 April 2022)
462. Maneno Omary @ Dutu vs The Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 90 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 12587 (10 December 2021)
463. Mange Sengerema vs R (Misc. Criminal Application 58 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 6314 (15 September 2021)
464. Mange Sengerema vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 147 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16453 (30 March 2023)
465. Manjaja Shija v. Republic (DC. Criminal Appeal No. 32 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1443 (8 April 2024)
466. Manyenye Mariana vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 9 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 4241 (30 July 2021)
467. Maria Cosmas Idd vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 63 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 3170 (21 April 2022)
468. Marijani S/o Hamis Maftah vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause 57 of 2018) [2018] TZHCCED 49 (29 October 2018)
469. Maro Mwita Ginarega vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 68 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 10698 (28 June 2022)
470. Marwa Chacha @ Gekondo (Criminal Appeal 53 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2417 (14 August 2020)
471. Marwa Marko @ Manga vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 24 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18209 (13 June 2023)
472. Marwa Mwita @ Chokera and Another vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeal 112 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4726 (21 December 2020)
473. Marwa Ragero Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 66 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2418 (3 August 2020)
474. Marwa s/o Gitiano and Three Others Versus Republic (Consolidated Appeals 11 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 9024 (30 November 2021)
475. Marwa s/o Mwita @ Mtatiro & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 160 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 14131 (14 September 2022)
476. Masanja Kadangamile vs Maduhu Gambanadi (Criminal Appeal 28 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2546 (5 March 2021)
477. Mashaka Issa Gway v Republic (Criminal Application No. 14 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 17709 (1 June 2023)
478. Mashaka Mavunje @Mpamba vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 05 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1480 (9 April 2024)
479. Mashauri Mussa @ Kulwa v. Republic (DC. Criminal Appeal No. 51 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1446 (8 April 2024)
480. Masoud Said Omar & Others vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause 40 of 2018) [2018] TZHCCED 51 (11 October 2018)
481. Masudi Hussein@ Juma v Republic (Criminal Appeal No.6 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 15864 (7 December 2022)
482. Masudi Mussa Ramadhani vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 156 OF 2022) [2023] TZHC 19418 (10 May 2023)
483. Masudi Mussa Ramadhani vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 156 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 15823 (10 May 2022)
484. Masunga Kichuri @ Masunga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 199 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2829 (28 April 2021)
485. Masunga Masanja Kiyumbi vs Constantine Kilangi (Land Appeal 22 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 2026 (28 September 2021)
486. Masunga Tano vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 3 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5501 (10 August 2021)
487. Matera s/o Mwita @ Matera vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 147 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 14059 (26 October 2022)
488. Materine Myonga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 29 of 2018) [2018] TZHC 2874 (18 June 2018)
489. Mateso s/o Masharubu @ Kahena vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 56 of 2021) [2020] TZHC 4746 (26 July 2020)
490. Matheo Kayanda vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 26 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 327 (19 January 2024)
491. Mathew Gwandu & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 204 of 2013) [2014] TZCA 230 (25 September 2014)
492. Matiko Girago Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 164 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 1102 (15 May 2020)
493. Matiko Girago Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 164 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 752 (15 May 2020)
494. Matongo Luvanga Songoi vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause Application 76 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 7048 (27 October 2021)
495. Mazengo Selenje Lechipya vs DPP (Criminal Appeal 88 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10863 (20 July 2022)
496. Mazoya Kitonyo @ Daddi and Another vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 25 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6291 (14 September 2021)
497. Mbaraka Jimwaga @ Karumbete & Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 211 of 2021) [2023] TZCA 17938 (13 December 2023)
498. Mbeye Rolomunye Twepesi and 3 Others vs the DPP (Misc. Criminal Application 11 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5915 (27 August 2021)
499. Mepukori s/o Birika Kereto vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 23 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10355 (16 June 2022)
500. Meteti Mwita @ Mniko vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 92 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20094 (11 August 2023)
501. Mgweno Mnyagato and One Another (Criminal Appeal 3 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14963 (30 November 2022)
502. Mhole Saguda Nyamagu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 337 of 2016) [2019] TZCA 61 (3 April 2019)
503. Michael Leo Kafuvi and 1 Another vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 131 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 3917 (27 November 2020)
504. Michael Machaba @ Mohega vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 82 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3338 (9 September 2020)
505. Mikidadi Mohamed Mkalala & 3 Others vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 36744 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 6415 (31 May 2024)
506. Miraji Yakobo Nyoka & 2 Others vs Director of Public Prosecutions (Criminal Appeal 8 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 946 (1 April 2022)
507. Mnanka Sari Matiko @ Bisare & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 9 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13557 (21 September 2022)
508. Mohamed Juma Mbacho vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 108 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 606 (29 February 2024)
509. Mohamed Ramadhani vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 3705 of 2024) [2024] TZHC 5559 (6 June 2024)
510. Mohamed Said Nyenje vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Appl. 24 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13003 (22 August 2022)
511. Mohamed Yahya Mohamed vs Republic (Criminal Application 71 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1237 (8 May 2020)
512. Mohamed s/o Kimase @ Mbwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 45 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 813 (3 June 2020)
513. Mohamed s/o Said @KADOKE vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 156 of 2005) [2007] TZHC 212 (7 May 2007)
514. Mohammed Said Nyenje Vs. Republic (criminal Appeal No 58 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 19296 (31 March 2023)
515. Mome Ryoba and Sinda Masero vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeal 26 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2435 (17 July 2020)
516. Mome S/O Ryoba @ Mome & Another vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 26 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2140 (17 July 2020)
517. More s/o Marija @ More vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 133 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4170 (11 December 2020)
518. Morisi Joseph Bunde Ochieng' and Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 13 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1956 (24 July 2020)
519. Morris Ramadhan Marange vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 35 of 2001) [2004] TZHC 33 (20 December 2004)
520. Moses Kauzeni vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 3 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 3219 (18 May 2022)
521. Moshi Bakari vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 4 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3682 (13 November 2020)
522. Moshi Bakari vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 4 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3683 (13 November 2020)
523. Moshi John @ Shabani & 4 Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 95 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 3084 (9 May 2022)
524. Moshi Pascal and Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 7 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 3977 (1 July 2021)
525. Msafiri Tutuki Makuru and 2 Others vs Serengeti District Council and the Attorney General (Misc. Civil Application 50 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6878 (12 October 2021)
526. Mswadiko Bijuka and Five Others vs Republic (Misc. Economic Application 6 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 114 (31 January 2022)
527. Mugendi Kenyeka @ Ng'ombe Versus Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 7 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 9026 (24 November 2021)
528. Mussa Charles Mayombe @ Manyonyo vs The Republic (DC. Criminal Appeal No. 74 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 6496 (27 June 2024)
529. Mussa Samwel @ Mkiri and Amosi Makuri @ Senteu (Consolidated Criminal Appeal 69 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3231 (1 October 2020)
530. Mwantui Omary and 4 Others vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeal 149 of 2019) [2021] TZHC 2021 (17 August 2021)
531. Mwanzi Kitati @ Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 52 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3751 (7 October 2020)
532. Mwashabani Masudi Duma and Another vs Repulic (Misc. Criminal Application 165 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6253 (1 September 2021)
533. Mwera Nyakengwena @mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 32 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 12973 (21 September 2022)
534. Mwesige Geofrey & another vs Republic (HC Criminal Appeal No. 29 of 2014) [2014] TZHC 2308 (31 October 2014)
535. Mwigulu S/O Daudi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.40911 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1707 (5 April 2024)
536. Mwita Chacha@ Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 5 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19018 (14 July 2023)
537. Mwita Marwa @ Kohe vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 62 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 20472 (23 August 2023)
538. Mwita Mwita @ Chacha vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 58 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 259 (21 February 2022)
539. Mwita Simon Marwa vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 52 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2726 (23 March 2021)
540. Mwita s/o Babele vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 55 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14407 (31 October 2022)
541. Mwita s/o Mohere vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 65 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2396 (27 August 2020)
542. Nassibu Abubakar Mazyega @ Ras vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 116 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 3764 (9 November 2020)
543. Nathanael s/o Mtewele vs Republic (RM Economic Appeal 1 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 313 (26 March 2020)
544. Naufadi Omary Peter & Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 263 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 9040 (24 December 2021)
545. Nduru John and 2 Others vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 73 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2414 (14 August 2020)
546. Ngusa s/o Yohana @ Kiteri vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 150 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 14062 (26 October 2022)
547. Nicolaus Patrice (Tlatlaa @ Nichola) and 2 Others vs Republic (Misc. Crim Appl. 101 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 3093 (6 May 2022)
548. Niga Wish vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 41 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1897 (6 July 2020)
549. Nira Saguda @ Kabadi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 49 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 350 (28 February 2022)
550. Nitihang'wani Kisinza @ Shagembe vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 3 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14670 (4 November 2022)
551. Nkuba Damian & Another vs The Republic (Economic Appeal No. 13 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1157 (22 March 2024)
552. Nkula Nkubula@nkosa @ Ngusa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 80 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 13420 (3 October 2022)
553. Noah Sajilo & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 478 of 2021) [2024] TZCA 2 (2 January 2024)
554. Noel Mathew Kassaro vs The Republic (Misc Economic Cause No. 151 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 23003 (27 November 2023)
555. Noel Mathew Kassoro Vs The Republic (Misc Criminal Application No.86 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 20106 (18 July 2023)
556. Norbert John Mpili vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.55 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 19826 (30 June 2023)
557. Ntakibilya Giliyabandi vs Republic (Economic Appeal No. 5 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 18079 (16 June 2023)
558. Ntunzwenimana Diedonne & Another v Republic (Economic Appeal No. 1 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 21259 (8 September 2023)
559. Ntunzwenimana Diedonne & Another v Republic [2023] TZHC 21260 (1 September 2023)
560. Nuhu Emmanuel@kyaitongo vs Republic (Misc. Economic Crime Case Application 28 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4292 (14 December 2020)
561. Nuru Mohamed Hassan vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 146 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4615 (16 November 2020)
562. Nyakarungu s/o Alphonce @ Magige and Dickson s/o Simion @ Mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 55 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2397 (21 August 2020)
563. Nyamhanga Chacha @ Kibiti Vesrsus Republic (Criminal Appeal 170 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2910 (4 May 2021)
564. Nyembi Chagu @ Shija vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 82 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18346 (14 June 2023)
565. Nzara Simon Nzara vs Republic (Criminal Application 30 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6952 (30 September 2021)
566. Nzega Mayenga @ Saguda and 4 others Versus The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 56 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22924 (17 November 2023)
567. Nzeyimana Fares @ Fidelis vs The Republic (Misc Criminal Appeal 18 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 907 (18 March 2024)
568. Omary Amiri @ Mkomwa @ Omari Amiri @ Mkomwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 66 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 15282 (15 December 2022)
569. Omary Hassan Sambelwa & Another vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 80 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 56 (25 January 2024)
570. Omary Said @ Lubawa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 49 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 14598 (9 November 2022)
571. Omary Said @ Lubawa vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Appl. 17 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 12099 (12 July 2022)
572. Onesmo Daniel vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 139 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 6638 (23 September 2021)
573. Othman Mtawa Mbilinyi vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 48 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16248 (22 March 2023)
574. Pariculis s/o Sinjole tongoli Makaoli@tongoli Sinjole Melaa & 2 Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 19 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 13137 (28 September 2022)
575. Paschal Mzibara vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 37 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2626 (19 March 2021)
576. Paschal Nada & 4 Others vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 75 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 347 (19 February 2024)
577. Pastory Buduno @ Panduji and 2 Others vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 2 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 2265 (5 February 2021)
578. Patrick Joseph Ludago vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 34 of 2017) [2017] TZHC 2268 (4 August 2017)
579. Patrick Stanley Tarimo vs D.P.P (Criminal Appeal No. 53 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18478 (28 June 2023)
580. Paul s/o Stephano @ Skazwe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 103 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 14138 (12 October 2022)
581. Paulo Kaparage vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 120 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 4512 (17 December 2020)
582. Paulo Samwel Girengi and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 94 of 2018) [2020] TZHC 3749 (5 October 2020)
583. Peter John @ Nyambabe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 4 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 4066 (8 July 2021)
584. Peter Kusuka Nynda vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 157 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 11501 (2 August 2022)
585. Peter Michael vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 6 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 20562 (18 August 2023)
586. Philipo Pamphili Isangu @ Ammy & another Vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No 137 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 22847 (14 November 2023)
587. Piri Maasai Sikai @ Solo Maninge vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 57 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 3200 (13 May 2022)
588. Rabieth Fahamuel Rashid @ Mgonja vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 56 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3419 (7 October 2020)
589. Rajesh Tumuluri & another vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause No. 6 of 2017) [2017] TZHC 2257 (29 March 2017)
590. Ramadhani Abrahaman and 3 Others vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 46 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13816 (6 October 2022)
591. Ramadhani Labia Labia vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 653 of 2021) [2024] TZCA 104 (23 February 2024)
592. Ramadhani Moshi @ Vitalis vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 30 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 5650 (20 August 2021)
593. Ramadhani Said @ Kitoweo and Another vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 82 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 2125 (12 August 2020)
594. Ramadhani Shabani @MAGULUMBATA & Others vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 81 of 2016) [2017] TZHC 2074 (8 May 2017)
595. Rashid Musa Mchomba vs Siri Nassir Hussein Siri and Another (Criminal Appeal No. 5 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 18218 (6 June 2023)
596. Rashidi Mahwele & Another vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 180 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 10811 (23 March 2022)
597. Republic Vs Fredy Kasaye @ Mojah (Economic Case 15 of 2019) [2019] TZHCCED 4 (13 December 2019)
598. Republic Vs Petro Bura Tlehhema & Three Others (Economic Case 16 of 2019) [2020] TZHCCED 32 (11 May 2020)
599. Republic vs Amedeus s/o Dionis Kavishe @ Tesha @ Furaha and Others (Economic Case 1 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3402 (8 September 2020)
600. Republic vs Focus Aidan @ Honde (Economic Case 1 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3245 (6 August 2020)
601. Republic vs Hamis Juma @ Seleman @ Isaya (Economic Case 6 of 2019) [2019] TZHCCED 7 (8 November 2019)
602. Republic vs Issa Mustapha @ Gora and two Others (Economic Case 4 of 2018) [2019] TZHCCED 8 (28 June 2019)
603. Republic vs Jason Pascal and Another (Economic Case 2 of 2020) [2020] TZHCCED 29 (18 August 2020)
604. Republic vs Jeremiah Mtengele Sembeta @ Mundete and another (Economic Case 32 of 2019) [2020] TZHCCED 38 (3 December 2020)
605. Republic vs Katripu Motaja @ Kilangi and another (Economic Case 11 of 2020) [2021] TZHCCED 6685 (27 October 2021)
606. Republic vs Lengawo Moisori Kitesho @ Lekeni and 7 Others (Economic Case 15 of 2020) [2022] TZHCCED 26 (14 July 2022)
607. Republic vs Lengume Lenemas Lesei (Economic Case 31 of 2019) [2020] TZHCCED 36 (23 July 2020)
608. Republic vs Nassoro Meshack Daudi @ Baba Daudi @ Nassoro Juma Kilimilwa & Two Others (Economic Case 28 of 2019) [2020] TZHCCED 34 (20 July 2020)
609. Republic vs Nicolaus Mlakoni Kimaro and another (Economic Case 14 of 2021) [2021] TZHCCED 6684 (1 December 2021)
610. Republic vs Paschal John Munisi and Another (Economic Case 13 of 2020) [2021] TZHCCED 6683 (17 June 2021)
611. Republic vs Paulo Andrea @Mbwilande and Another (Economic Case 1 of 2020) [2020] TZHCCED 28 (17 August 2020)
612. Republic vs Petro Bura Tlehhema & Three Others (Economic Case 16 of 2019) [2020] TZHCCED 33 (11 May 2020)
613. Republic vs Saidi Iddi Saidi @ Giza (Economic Case 30 of 2019) [2020] TZHCCED 35 (24 July 2020)
614. Republic vs Shabani Ally Athuman (Economic Case 2 of 2020) [2020] TZHCCED 3 (13 November 2020)
615. Republic vs Sikona Lorian Munge (Economic Case 14 of 2019) [2019] TZHCCED 3 (13 December 2019)
616. Rhobi S/O Mwaikwabe Mwita & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 520676 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 5963 (21 June 2024)
617. Richard Changei Ng'ombe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 40809 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1585 (24 April 2024)
618. Richard Joseph @ Mpendakula vs Republic (Rm. Criminal Appeal 28 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 10758 (25 July 2022)
619. Richard Mtwangulwa & another vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause No. 13 of 2017) [2017] TZHC 2273 (16 November 2017)
620. Robert Yohana vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 20 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 4284 (26 July 2021)
621. Roseline Achechi Wandera vs The Republic (Misc Economic Cause No. 156 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 23008 (27 November 2023)
622. Ryoba Msogore Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 185 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 3943 (5 July 2021)
623. Sabayi s/o Mngosi @ Marwa vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 135 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4171 (11 December 2020)
624. Sabika Charles and Charles Buyambayamba vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 21 of 2021) [2023] TZHC 16767 (20 March 2023)
625. Said Aman vs The Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 67 of 2021) [2023] TZHC 15620 (17 February 2023)
626. Said Ibrahim Isa @ Magodoro vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 96 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 243 (15 February 2024)
627. Said Masunga @ Limbu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 82 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 13421 (3 October 2022)
628. Said Salum Mohamed and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 53 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 7572 (25 November 2021)
629. Said Selemani Mgata vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause 48 of 2018) [2018] TZHCCED 40 (28 September 2018)
630. Saidi Ally@Mbuzi Vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No 40803 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1832 (29 April 2024)
631. Saidi Bakari and Gervase Alfred vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Economic Application 79 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2758 (9 April 2021)
632. Saidy Mohamed Saidy and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 65 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 3514 (11 May 2021)
633. Saiteru Sanare @ Saningo vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 56 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4355 (2 December 2020)
634. Saka Mgema and Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 42 of 2019) [2021] TZHC 3571 (21 May 2021)
635. Sali Jackson vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 39 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10518 (11 July 2022)
636. Salim Marijan Msofe vs DPP (Criminal Appeal 66 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10550 (26 June 2022)
637. Salu Herman vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 94 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 764 (3 April 2020)
638. Salum Kayanda @ Kakuzu and Another v The Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 8 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19964 (10 August 2023)
639. Salum Mohamed Kaluona & Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 200 of 2019) [2019] TZHC 32 (21 October 2019)
640. Salum Saidy @ Petro vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 7 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 5550 (13 August 2021)
641. Salumu Issa Hussein vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 38 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 3351 (19 May 2021)
642. Salvius Francis Matembo and Other vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 3 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 3355 (31 May 2021)
643. Samson Nyamhanga @ Makuru vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 14 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 1737 (3 July 2020)
644. Samson Nyamhanga @ Makuru vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 14 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2440 (3 July 2020)
645. Samson Nyamhanga Mtatiro vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 1 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 4129 (12 July 2021)
646. Samwel Kibundali @ Mgaya vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 166 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 471 (19 March 2020)
647. Samwel Masa Moronya vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 84 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4212 (8 December 2020)
648. Seif Nassoro Mhando vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 13 of 2016) [2018] TZHC 2419 (30 April 2018)
649. Seif Rashid Bwabwala vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.40 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22685 (31 July 2023)
650. Seif Yusuf @ Kikunju and Sylvester Jeremia vs Republic (Consolidated Misc. Criminal Application 45 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3781 (27 October 2020)
651. Seif s/o Yusuph @ Kikungu vs Sylvester Jeremia vs Republic (Consolidated Misc. Criminal Application 45 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 3843 (27 October 2020)
652. Selelia Masonso @ Malanya vs Republic (Criminal Appeal Case No. 94 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 329 (21 February 2023)
653. Seleman Mohamed Nyaki @ Sele Nyaki vs Republic (Misc. Economic Case 1 of 2018) [2018] TZHCCED 7 (13 March 2018)
654. Selemani Abdalla vs D.P.P (Criminal Appeal 55 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 9942 (6 June 2022)
655. Selemani Abdallah Kipande vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 7 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 21850 (13 September 2023)
656. Sezali Emmanuel @ Selesi & Another vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 42 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 156 (22 January 2024)
657. Shaban Mohamed vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 39 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16329 (27 March 2023)
658. Shaban Ntinga @ Jackobo vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Appeal 6 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 90 (7 February 2022)
659. Shadrack Chacha @ Mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 154 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 13886 (14 September 2022)
660. Shaghude Ramadhani Shaghude vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 53 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18234 (23 May 2023)
661. Shila Mabele Tange vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.92 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18971 (26 June 2023)
662. Shinje Mabala @ Mahembo vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal no. 13 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19275 (14 July 2023)
663. Shusha Sita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 167 of 2019) [2022] TZCA 707 (11 November 2022)
664. Sila Sila @ Chacha, John Muniko @ Mango and Peter Muniko @ Mango vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeals 103 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4611 (18 December 2020)
665. Silverio Laurent Kigomba @ Zawadi and Others vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 77 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 4007 (28 June 2021)
666. Silvester Irusu @ Sense vs The D.P.P (Criminal Appeal No. 84 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 21171 (1 September 2023)
667. Simon Ndoni Chaulaya and Kenneth Bahati @ Chiwanza vs The Republic (DC Criminal Appeal No. 19 of 2022) [2024] TZHC 168 (9 February 2024)
668. Simon s/o Nyamhanga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 16 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6600 (11 October 2021)
669. Siri Jinasa @ Shija vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 59 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 23319 (5 December 2023)
670. Sisto Katabi vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 53 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16877 (27 April 2023)
671. Sitta Sabale vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 72 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22332 (2 November 2023)
672. Sokoine Ngambusu @ Nyipembe vs Republic (Misc. Application 16 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 11164 (11 May 2022)
673. Solomon Makuru Mtenya @ Kuhembe andothers vs Kuhembe (Criminal Appeal 40 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 7583 (26 November 2021)
674. Solomon Samson Mganga vs The DPP (Criminal Appeal No. 135 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 18190 (20 June 2023)
675. Songa Irus Loma and Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 98 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 7352 (12 November 2021)
676. Spedito Pascal Twange vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 66 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 11055 (25 July 2022)
677. Steven Bryson & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 33 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22112 (30 October 2023)
678. Stivin Simba vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 47 of 2013) [2014] TZHC 2205 (6 June 2014)
679. Subi Masonga versus Republic (Criminal Appeal No.105 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19462 (9 June 2023)
680. Subi Masunga vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 105 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17990 (9 June 2023)
681. Suguta Marwa @ Mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 155 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 10404 (11 May 2022)
682. Swed s/o Linus Mhongole vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 110 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 21310 (18 September 2023)
683. Tatu Mpanda vs Helena Kaawe Mgana (Land Case Appeal 29 of 2019) [2021] TZHC 2024 (11 August 2021)
684. Teofrid Stephano Kabelege vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 10 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19938 (7 August 2023)
685. Thadeo Shabibu @ Mpogolo vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal Case No. 49 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17420 (12 May 2023)
686. The Director of Public Prosecutions vs Nayai S/O Kiapi Sanin'go and Another (Consolidate Criminal Appeals No. 42 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16262 (24 March 2023)
687. The Director of Public Prosecutions vs Nayai s/o Kiapi Saningó & another (CONSOLDIDATED CRIMINAL APPEALS NO. 42 AND 54 OF 2022) [2023] TZHC 19412 (24 March 2023)
688. Titus Mnyangogo vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 40 of 2019) [2021] TZHC 4128 (19 July 2021)
689. Tofilo Ibrahim @ Kalolo vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 82 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 488 (17 February 2024)
690. Tumbo s/o Samson @ Shang'wera vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 122 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2613 (20 April 2021)
691. Twalib Omary Seleman vs Republic (Criminal Application 73 of 2020) [2022] TZHC 12394 (30 March 2022)
692. Twalib Omary Selemani vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 34 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 13579 (9 September 2022)
693. Vedasto Abas @ Behewa vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 29 of 2021) [2022] TZHC 672 (29 March 2022)
694. Vicent Magela Mtekela & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 92 of 2023) [2024] TZHC 1253 (3 April 2024)
695. Vicent Samwel vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 23 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 3345 (25 May 2021)
696. Victor Martin & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 141 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22747 (7 November 2023)
697. Wambura Nyakao @Gisabu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No.5 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22498 (6 November 2023)
698. Wambura s/o Masana @ Mwita vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 123 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 3770 (28 June 2021)
699. Wangwe Mwita Wangwe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 171 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2907 (4 May 2021)
700. Wankuru Morenda@Rhobi Sanga @Isaya vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 1 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 19009 (14 July 2023)
701. Waziri Jumanne v Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 65 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22553 (10 November 2023)
702. Wili Nagara @ Kilimu vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 126 of 2020) [2021] TZHC 2615 (19 April 2021)
703. William Rashid Hapale & Another vs Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 142 of 2017) [2018] TZHC 2167 (29 August 2018)
704. Wilson Abraham Massawe vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 7 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 12552 (24 August 2022)
705. Wilson Chacha @Magarya & 2 Others vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 22 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 16027 (8 March 2023)
706. Wiranga Emmanuel @ Wiranga vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 100 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 4099 (7 December 2020)
707. Yahaya Hashim @ Issa & Another vs. The Republic (Criminal Appeal No. 54 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22179 (13 October 2023)
708. Yahaya Musa vs The Republic (Criminal Appeal 46 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 23670 (27 December 2023)
709. Yohana Hsaan @Mwinuyimvua @Chembe and Two Others vs. Republic (Dc. Criminal Appeal No. 23 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 17838 (5 June 2023)
710. Yohana Madeha vs Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 31 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 6649 (15 September 2021)
711. Yohana Yoram Morwa v Republic (DC Criminal Appeal 22 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 21907 (16 October 2023)
712. Yusuf Ali Yusuf @ Shehe @Mpemba & another vs Republic (Misc. Economic Cause No. 5 of 2017) [2017] TZHC 2254 (30 March 2017)
713. Zablon s/o Liswa @ Gilya vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 20 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 104 (11 February 2020)
714. Zabron s/o Liswa @ Gulya vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 39 of 2020) [2020] TZHC 2395 (25 August 2020)
715. Zabron s/o Samson @ Ndulu and Another Vs The Republic (Consolidated DC Criminal Appeals No. 44 & 45 Of 2023) [2024] TZHC 2272 (23 May 2024)
716. Zainabu Abdallah vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Application 29 of 2022) [2022] TZHC 12278 (31 August 2022)
717. Zakaria s/o Sari @matiko vs Republic (Consolidated Criminal Appeal 153 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 487 (6 March 2020)
718. Zengo Mapembe and another versus Republic (Criminal Appeal No.114 of 2022) [2023] TZHC 19674 (31 July 2023)
719. Zunda Kandukaki vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 22 of 2023) [2023] TZHC 22483 (9 November 2023)
720. Zungu Paul @ Tinya and Another vs Republic (Misc. Criminal Appl. 2 of 2021) [2021] TZHC 2586 (24 March 2021)
721. andrea Baiti vs Republic (Criminal Appeal 281 of 2019) [2020] TZHC 3907 (27 November 2020)
Legislation 11
1. National Park Act 74 citations
2. Mining Act 65 citations
3. Fisheries Act 5 citations
4. Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Act 1 citation
5. Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute Act 1 citation
6. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute Act 1 citation
7. Corporal Punishment Act
8. Delegation of Functions of the Director of Game Notice, 1975
9. Tanzania Fisheries Corporation (Establishment) Order, 1974
10. Wildlife Conservation (Dealings in Trophies) Regulations, 1974
11. Wildlife Conservation (National Game) Order, 1974
Gazette 4
1. Tanzania Government Gazette dated 2012-11-30 number 48
2. Tanzania Government Gazette dated 2013-10-04 number 40
3. Tanzania Government Gazette dated 2021-06-30 number 26
4. Tanzania Government Gazette supplement number 5 dated 2014-02-07 number 6
JOT Documents and Guidelines 2
1. Exhibits Management Guidelines
2. The Tanzania Sentencing Guidelines, 2023
Law Reform Report 1
1. Report on the Legal Framework of the Tourism Industry
Manual 1
1. Criminal Prosecutions Case Manual