Advocate Rosalia Duma Makalle Chairman
- Corporate/Legal Counsel
- Bachelor of Law (LLB)
Rosalia Duma Makalle has been the Corporation Secretary of the National Milling Corporation since 1984. As Corporation Secretary she is the custodian of all the instruments of the Corporation, and as Secretary to the Board she liaises with other legal and statutory authorities associated with the Corporation on duties concerning the law. She is responsible for drafting and reviewing various schemes in accordance with existing laws, giving legal opinions and advice and representing the Corporation in all legal issues. Rosalia was admitted and registered as a practising Advocate in 1995. She has considerable practical experience in the legal field through her practice both in court and in the field generally. She is an active member of The Tanganyika Law Society [TLS], the Advocates’ National Regulatory body established by Cap. 307, R.E. 2002 and The Advocates Act, Cap. 341, R.E. 2002.
She was a Governing Council Member of TLS between 2000 and 2003. Rosalia has been a member of Tanganyika Women Lawyers Association [TAWLA] since 2000, a legal body regulating, organizing, managing and guiding the activities of women lawyers in Tanzania. She has also been an active member of the East African Law Society since 2001. Rosalia has been the Assistant Secretary of St. Peter’s Oyster Bay Catholic Church Governing Council since 2010 and the General Secretary since 2013. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Msimbazi Centre, a Catholic commercial and business centre owned by the Board of Trustees in Dar es Salaam. Rosalia retired from public service in August 2013 and has now been rendering legal services privately as a sole legal practitioner in the name of R.T.D. Makalle, Advocate, since March 2014. During her professional career, Rosalia attended various seminars and training courses on management and those relating to her profession, both locally and abroad. She studied and obtained an LLB Degree at the University of Dar es Salaam in 1980. On the EFL Board, she plays an instrumental role as legal advisor.