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Books

  • Social Problems in Eastern Africa. (Edited with C.K. Omari), Dar es Salaam University Press, 1991.

Articles

  •  “Some Aspects of White Collar Crime”, Dar es Salaam University Law Journal, Vol.6 (1977) pp. 61-70.
  •  “Juvenile Delinquency and its Treatment in Tanzania”, in C.K. Omari) ed. Youth and Development, National Council of Social and Welfare Services (1981) pp. 70-89.
  • “Zanzibar’s Constitutional Development” (with Haroub Othman), Eastern African Law Review (Special Issue) Vols. 11-14 (1977-1981) pp. 181-224.
  • “The Resettlement of Habitual Offenders in Tanzania” Vol. 15 Eastern African Law Review(1982) pp. 153-174.
  • “Tanzania: The Human Resources Deployment Act, 1983: A Desperate Measure to Contain a Desperate Problem” Review of African Political Economy No.31(1984) pp. 82-87.
  • “Crime, Justice and Politics in Contemporary Tanzania: State Power in an Underdeveloped Social Formation” International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Vol.17 (1989) pp. 247-271.
  • “Explaining Crime”, Zimbabwe Law Review (Special Issues on Criminal Law) Vol.4 (1986) pp. 1-22.
  • “Penal Policy in Tanzania” Vol.7 (1988) Yearbook of African Law (Freiburg, West Germany).
  • “Legal Control of Surplus Labour in Tanzania’s Urban Centres: in C.K. Omari and L.P. Shaidi (eds) Social Problems in Eastern Africa, Dar es Salaam University Press, 1991, pp. 137-150.
  • “Trade Liberalization and the Law” Taamuli, (Special Issue), Vol. 1, Nos. 1-2; (1990) pp. 46-55.
  • “Migration and Settlement in Tanzania”, (with Dr. S.B. Misana) in Law, Women and Population Studies in Tanzania, (UNFPA/Faculty of Law, Dar es Salaam, (1992) pp. 1-13.
  • “Religion and the Status and Rights of women in Tanzania” (with Hamid Nassoro) in Law, Women and Population Studies in Tanzania, UNFPA/Faculty of Law, Dar es Salaam, (1992) pp. 51-64.
  • “The Rights of Street and Abandoned Children”, Dar es Salaam University Law Journal, Vol.8, (November 1991) pp. 20-23.
  • “Traditional, Colonial and Present-day Administration of Criminal Justice” in Criminology in Africa UNICRI, Rome, 1992, pp.1-20.
  • “Tanzania Penal System: Retribution or Correction of Offenders” Eastern Africa Law Review, Vols 35-40 (2009), pp.171-195.

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