She comes straight to the restaurant from home. She’s a Public relations student, which means she’s got a studious air. She’s bedecked in a light yellow one-button off-shoulder dress, of course fastened deliberately because she’s a vicious lady and the world expects something from women.
Her shoes are proper – the type you hear clanking importantly down school corridors, sending kids scampering to their desks. Public relations officers seem to have a walk that accountants don’t.
“Aren’t you dressed like a proper consultant? I feel like I need to behave!” I tell her as she walks through the door, because…
The Judge wiped a tear from his eye as he was asked by the Chief Justice to recall his impoverished childhood and the difficulties he overcame — an absent migrant labourer father, the heavy expectation to support his family after completing school — to study law at University.
Describing how he approached a local businessman who agreed to support his mother and siblings with monthly food vouchers for groceries while he attended University, to be paid back when he obtained his degree three years later, the Judge’s voice turned tremulous when talking about the day he went to negotiate a…
Dear reader, I want to humbly notify you that, I’m back at it; writing.
I’m sorry for being so silent for a long time. I faced a writers’ block! But now I am back at it.
Expect my stories as usual. Every Tuesday, Fridays and Sundays on #TheChatPost. I uploaded one for you, today. Expect the next on a Friday.
“When you wake up you assume you know how your day will end: you will drive home from work, your laptop wedged between the passenger seat and the back seat because you have some work to catch up on. Dinner will be nibbled on while squinting at your laptop, something light because didn’t your lithe yoga instructor shake her head at dinner past 6:30pm? The TV will be on but ignored, a flash of white light and talking heads. Later, you will look at your social media feeds as you take your dirty plate to the kitchen, switch off the…
A scar is a mark left after a wound or injury has healed.
Scars are a part of the healing process. Most will fade and become paler over time, although they never completely disappear and that’s the bad reality of scars.
Complete scar removal isn’t possible, but most scars will gradually fade and become paler over time.
And that’s when, scarring can affect you both physically and psychologically.
Everyone tells you it’s going to get better. Yes, you may believe them deep down. In that moment though, it feels like you are never going to be the same again. …
The law governing sexual offences in Tanzania is covered by the Sexual Offences Special Provision Act (SOSPA) which was brought up in 1998 to make special provisions in sexual related offences, inclusive of rape.
Rape is defined under the Tanzanian Penal Code and SOSPA as per Section 130(1) (2) and (3) as well as in Part II Section 5, respectively. It is therefore an offence to rape a girl or woman under the Tanzanian Law.
That, a woman is said to be raped when if an adult, there was penetration (by the accused) and no consent(from the victim), and in…
The High Court of Tanzania at Dar es Salaam, in the matter between DICKSON PAULO SANGA v. ATTORNEY GENERAL — Miscellaneous Civil Cause №8 of 2019 has declared that section 148(5) of the Criminal Procedure Act(CPA) CAP 20, the key provision that denies bail to accused persons to some offences, unconstitutional.
The Petitioner, Dickson Paulo Sanga, challenged the provisions of section 148(5) of the Criminal Procedure Act that denies bail to accused persons charged with —
You’re married💍, nice home, great job.🏡…💳
Your kids are asleep. You and your significant other 👫 are on a couch having a drink and watching Tv.
It’s raining 🌦🌦 outside.
All the hard work was worth it.
You made it.
Don’t Give up now, believe in yourself.
With African blood flowing in our veins, irrespective of our tribes, we celebrate when so and so’s son takes so-and-so’s daughter’s hand in marriage to raise a football team in the name of children-to obey the holy writ to populate the earth.
Brother Kambui, just recently succeeded after running hither and tither in search of a suitable woman to warm his bed. Before that, he had been content in his bachelorhood.
Before being coerced by his mother especially with the fear that he might never get to amidst this Coronavirus pandemic, bro Kambui always considered marriage akin spending life behind…
Now, let’s get into imagination a bit.
Your friend — let’s call him Wambuuki, is charged with posting an Online Content without license from the Regulatory Authority of Tanzania.
Wambuuki, a layman who resides in the slums of Tandika, has gotten himself into the arms of the authorities as he calls you from a Central Police phone to notify you following his immediate arrest.
He is a regular social media user, and a You Tuber in particular, as far as you know him. …