Brutal black magic in Tanzania's election

2015-07-22 14:26

To ensure success, Tanzanian politicians are said to seek out witchdoctors who use albino body parts to work their 'magic'.

Tanzanian police station raided - 7 dead

2015-07-13 20:01

Gunmen killed seven people and seized weapons and ammunition in a raid on a police station in Tanzania's commercial capital Dar es Salaam.

Islamist rebel handed over to Uganda from Tanzania

2015-07-12 14:22

A Ugandan Islamist rebel leader accused of heading a group that has killed hundreds of people has been handed over to Uganda after being extradited from Tanzania, an army spokesperson has said.

Tanzania's ruling party to pick presidential candidate

2015-07-07 16:29

Tanzania’s ruling party is selecting its candidate ahead of presidential elections, with the winner expected to take the east African country’s top job after polls in October.

Tanzania resumes debate on contentious energy bill

2015-07-05 17:00

Tanzania's parliament has resumed debate on a long-delayed petroleum bill, after the speaker suspended around 40 opposition lawmakers for disrupting an earlier session.

Tanzania gives land to flood victims

2015-07-02 18:07

Tanzania is offering free land to flood victims who agree to relocate to higher ground.

fastjet starts new African route

2015-06-30 11:31

fastjet Tanzania has announced that flights on its newest international route will commence between Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Lilongwe, Malawi.

Tanzanian court orders extradition of Islamist rebel leader to Uganda

2015-06-25 21:12

A Tanzanian court has ordered an Islamist rebel leader to be extradited to Uganda to face murder charges, though he says he will appeal against the decision.

DNA sleuthing pinpoints two African elephant poaching hot spots

2015-06-19 08:05

DNA testing on tons of ivory seized from traffickers has identified two elephant poaching "hot spots" in Africa.

Grim history repeats itself as Burundians back in Tanzania

2015-06-18 09:47

Burundi's 13-year civil war, between ethnic Tutsis and Hutus, propelled refugees across the region. The war ended in 2006 but the last refugees only returned home last year, months before fresh unrest rocked the country.


Rwanda genocide court to close its doors after 21 years

2015-07-17 10:18

In 1994, up to one million people were slaughtered in the space of just 100 days in Rwanda. The court set up to try those responsible is to close its doors at the end of the year, as only one case is still being appealed.

Tanzania's ruling party picks works minister for presidential race

2015-07-13 09:55

Tanzania’s ruling party has named Works Minister John Magufuli as its candidate for this year’s presidential race, making him the most likely next leader of the east African country.

Collapse of Tanzania’s elephants justifies US ban on trophy imports

2015-07-08 19:03

The announcement that Tanzania had lost 60% of its elephants as well as Zimbabwe’s continued disregard of international opinion on the capture of baby elephants, have vindicated the US Fish and Wildlife Service decision to impose a year-long ban on the importation of elephant trophies.

Tanzania jails former finance, mining ministers over gold deal

2015-07-06 22:12

A Tanzanian court has sentenced two former ministers to three years in jail over corruption charges related to the award of a gold audit tender, according to court documents.

Kenya detains alleged ISIS recruiters

2015-07-02 23:22

Kenyan police detain 2 alleged Islamic State recruiters from Uganda

Child labourers in Tanzania gold mines rescued

2015-06-30 20:07

Thousands of children have been rescued in the past three years from gold mines in northern Tanzania.

Farmers lose out to Tanzania hydropower

2015-06-26 17:14

The Tanzanian government is planning to declare the water supplies of the Mtera and Kidatu hydropower facilities in the south of the country protected sites.

Tanzania seeks India funding

2015-06-21 13:04

Tanzania is seeking funding from India to build a metro rail network in Dar es Salaam, which is one of the fastest-growing cities in sub-Saharan Africa.

Tanzania urges China to curb ivory demand

2015-06-18 21:10

A Tanzanian government minister has described elephant poaching as a national disaster, and urged China to curb its appetite for ivory.

Tanzania cops arrest man accused of trying to sell albino niece

2015-06-17 17:47

Tanzanian police have arrested a 44-year-old man accused of trying to sell his albino niece to undercover security officials posing as witch doctors as part of a nationwide crackdown on the illegal trade in albino body parts.

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