Tanzania is located in the eastern part of africa, bordering the Indian Ocean, between Kenya and Mozambique. Tanzania’s population is multi-ethnic and multi religious. The official languages of the country are Swahili or Kiswahili and English. It adheres to the republican form of government.
It wasn’t easy for me to gather Tanzania’s laws, regarding polygamy. I visited the Jami Forum and learned the following:
Exaud, Kwa kuongezea, pia ni kwamba Polygamy In Tanzania is permitted with consent of first wife; upon registration, parties are to declare whether marriage is polygamous, potentially polygamous, or monogamous, and marriage may be ‘converted’ to polygamous or monogamous by joint declaration Obedience/Maintenance: maintenance of wife or wives is husband’s duty; becomes wife’s duty in cases where husband is incapacitated and unable to earn a living; Courts may order maintenance under limited circumstances where husband refuses or neglects to maintain wife