Tanzanians charged with British wildlife pilot murder

2016-02-11 22:04

Nine Tanzanians have been charged in connection with the murder of a British conservationist whose helicopter was shot down while he chased suspected poachers.

Tanzania arrests more suspects in UK pilot death

2016-02-08 22:10

Police in Tanzania say they are holding a total of nine suspects over the killing of a British helicopter pilot who was on an anti-poaching mission.

Tanzanian student attacked in India

2016-02-05 19:31

Indian authorities have suspended two policemen and made four more arrests over a mob attack on a Tanzanian student in Bangalore, in a case that has caused widespread outrage.

British wildlife pilot killed in Tanzania, SA colleague hurt

2016-01-31 16:23

Tanzanian police have arrested three men after a British pilot was killed and his South African colleague injured when gunmen opened fire on their helicopter as they tracked suspected elephant poachers.

Nyerere's leadership was legendary, says Mugabe

2016-01-28 12:51

Zimbabwean strongman, President Robert Mugabe has reportedly urged Africans to honour the legacy of the founding fathers, describing former Tanzanian president Julius Nyerere's leadership as "legendary".

Zambian fuel tank drivers strike for pay hike

2016-01-21 11:21

Tanker drivers from Tanzanian oil company, Tazama Pipeline Limited, in Ndola, Zambia have started striking for better working conditions and increased pay, according to a news report.

#WhatWouldMagufuliDo: Tanzania bans mini skirts

2016-01-18 12:19

In yet another surprising move, Tanzanian President John Magufuli has banned mini skirts, arguing that they encourage the spread of HIV/Aids.

As hydropower dries up, Tanzania moves towards fossil fuels

2015-12-29 14:30

As drought cripples its hydropower plants, Tanzania is struggling to meet power demands and is moving towards using more fossil fuels to make up the shortfall.

Rising food prices push Tanzania inflation higher

2015-12-10 14:00

Rising food prices have pushed Tanzania's year-on-year inflation rate to 6.6% in November from 6.3% the previous month, the statistics office says.

Masked gang torch radio station in Zanzibar

2015-12-03 15:48

Masked men have torched a radio station in Zanzibar amid negotiations to strike a political deal on Tanzania's semi-autonomous islands.


Tanzania president backs new Zanzibar polls

2016-02-09 18:37

Tanzanian President John Magufuli has backed an election re-run for Zanzibar despite an opposition boycott and international fears that a fresh poll could trigger violence.

Burundi militias 'hunting' refugees in Tanzania

2016-02-05 20:54

Burundian refugees say their government is sending militias to Tanzanian camps to kidnap and kill opposition supporters.

5 Tanzanians arrested after British pilot killed

2016-02-02 09:30

Tanzanian president John Magufuli has condemned the killing of a British conservationist after his helicopter was shot down while he chased suspected poachers, saying five people have been arrested.

Opposition to boycott Zanzibar election rerun

2016-01-28 20:26

Zanzibar's main opposition party says it would not take part in a planned rerun of last year's elections in Tanzania's semi-autonomous islands which were scrapped after alleged irregularities.

Zanzibar to hold new presidential vote in March

2016-01-22 18:05

Zanzibar's election commission says new presidential polls for Tanzania's semi-autonomous islands will be held on March 20.

Tanzania rubbishes reports on miniskirts ban as 'baseless'

2016-01-21 10:07

Tanzania has rubbished as unfounded recent reports that President John Magufuli had banned women from wearing miniskirts in the east African country.

Tanzania president's reforms raise hopes of better African leaders

2016-01-14 12:35

John Pombe Magufuli may have been a compromise candidate, but less than three months after taking over as Tanzania's president, his radical reforms have the region in awe.

Chinese rhino horn smugglers jailed for 20 years

2015-12-18 19:18

A Tanzanian court jailed four Chinese men for 20 years after they were caught smuggling 11 rhino horns, one of the largest seizures ever made in the east African nation, a lawyer said Friday.

Tanzanian president puts off celebrations to sweep the streets

2015-12-09 15:02

Tanzanian President John Magufuli surprised onlookers when he walked out of State House to collect rubbish off the streets, after cancelling independence day celebrations for a national cleanup.

In Tanzania, new president's war on waste wins support

2015-12-03 14:38

In a not-so-subtle rebuke of his predecessors, Tanzania's new President John Magufuli has displayed unusual zeal for austerity and impatience with corruption and waste since taking office a month ago.

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