The handing over ceremony was conducted at the
He said that the provision of the laptops by TCRA was in response to the judges' request of being provided with working tools after they had taken part in a seminar involving laws governing telecommunications in the city, mid last year.
Prof Nkoma pointed out that the telecommunication sector was changing rapidly and, thus, TCRA took some initiative to provide training to the judges to sharpen their skills to suit the requirements.
Principal Judge Fakih Jundu, who led the judges of the
He pointed out that the nature of assignments the judges were doing needed such working tools as would help them improve their efficiency and deliver justice timely.
He also appealed to the judges to use the provided working tools judiciously to bear the intended fruits. Currently, the judiciary is undergoing major reforms to ensure all court records are digitalized in a move aimed at fast tracking the dispensation of justice.
The Courts' Administrator, Mr
"We are trying to change the current system.
The court of yesterday is not going to be the court of today. I assure you that in two years to come everything is going to change," he said when opening a special Information Technology training for judicial workers in Dar es Salaam.
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