The Tanzanian government has said it will allow teenage mothers to continue with their studies after giving birth, reversing a heavily criticised policy implemented by late former President John Magufuli. Al Jazeera reports that Magufuli had pledged that no student who became pregnant would finish their studies under his watch, saying it was immoral for young girls to be sexually active. But following Magufuli’s death earlier this year, his successor Samia Suluhu Hassan has sought to break away from some of his policies and on Wednesday, the Education Minister said that “pregnant school girls will be allowed to continue with formal education after delivery”.