|10 & 11 December 2019|
|Location and Venue:|
|Southern Sun, Dar Es Salaam|
Designing, Implementing & Evaluating MINING Local Content Plans In Tanzania
Have you compiled your company’s Local Content Plan for 2020 yet? These are due for submission by the end of December. Failure to do so, may result in a hefty fine by the Government.
This advanced course leads delegates through the key building blocks and strategies required for local content development and the ongoing management of local content plans.
Key Topics Covered:
Who should attend:
Anyone who is responsible for / involved in Local Content Compliance, or anticipates being involved with Local Content Compliance in the future, PLUS:
POLICY, REGULATION AND STRATEGY FOR LOCAL CONTENT
LOCAL SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT, ASSESSMENT AND TENDERS
LOCAL SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT, ASSESSMENT AND TENDERS continued
MEASUREMENT, REPORTING, ETHICS AND CASE STUDIES
INVESTMENT PER DELEGATE:
2 Day Masterclass: USD 990
Register 3 or more delegates: USD 890 per person
Asha-Sabrina (known as Sabrina) is a qualified lawyer in Mainland Tanzania (Advocate), Zanzibar (Advocate) and England (Solicitor) and a registered Arbitrator (TiArb). Sabrina has considerable experience as a lawyer in employment and commercial law areas as well as petroleum, mining and other regulated industries (including local content laws), infrastructure, construction and energy projects, banking and debt finance, insolvency and restructuring, private equity and corporate (including mergers and acquisitions). Sabrina is ranked by international legal directories as among the top-17 lawyers in Tanzania for Business Law. Sabrina joined Bowmans Tanzania as a Partner in 2019, after working at two other Tanzanian law firms, working in London and being Group Head of Legal of a pan-African construction group. Sabrina is regularly an expert presenter to lawyers and businesses across Africa, including for African national bar associations, the East African Law Society and International Bar Association.
The Exchange is a monthly publication with circulation in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Washington D.C., New York, Toronto, London, Dubai and Shanghai. It brings the very best news on investing in Africa and understanding the business climate on how to do business on the continent. The Exchange is the only African news outlet speaking directly to the world on what truly matters in Africa, purely from an African perspective.
Bowmans Tanzania was established in January 2017 with an experienced team of lawyers, including Dr. Wilbert Kapinga and Captain Audax Kameja amongst others. Bowmans Tanzania has quickly risen to be a top-ranked law rm in Tanzania, including being only one of three law rms ranked ‘Tier One’ for Business Law by Chambers Global in 2019.