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  • Malawi burns 2.6 tonnes of ivory smuggled from Tanzania

    6 tonnes of ivory smuggled from Tanzania after a cross-border dispute over whether the elephant tusks should be saved as legal evidence against poachers...

    Tanzania had succeeded in delaying the burning since September, but a court in Malawi this month ordered wildlife authorities to publicly destroy the 781 pieces of ivory — valued at nearly $3m...

  • 300 to 400 new cholera cases per day among Burundians in Tanzania

    GENEVA: Some 3,000 cases of cholera have been reported in Tanzania, mainly among Burundian refugees fleeing political violence, the UN said on Friday, adding that up to 400 new cases were being counted daily...

    Since early April, around 100,000 people have fled to neighbouring countries — mainly to Tanzania — and Edwards said estimates now show that number could double within the next six months...

  • Top elephant conservationist shot dead in Tanzania

    A leading conservationist who had worked hard to bring down notorious elephant poachers and stop ivory-trafficking, has been shot dead in Tanzania, his Protected Area Management Solutions (PAMS) foundation said Thursday...

    “We are heartbroken to share the news that PAMS Foundation co-founder, Wayne Lotter was shot and killed last night (Wednesday) in the Masaki District of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania,” read a statement...

  • An Indian and a Pakistani in 'desi' Tanzania

    I came from India to Dar es Salam last year, to join in the efforts of my organisation to improve quality and market access of cocoa commodity in Tanzania...

    An Indian and a Pakistani together in Tanzania – we thought our desi mannerisms would ill-fit here...

  • Kenyan albino attack as Tanzania elections approach

    NAIROBI: Attackers in Kenya tried to hack off body parts from a man with albinism to sell for witchcraft, reports said Monday, rising fears of cross-border attacks from neighbouring Tanzania...

    "When I told them I had no money, they asked for ear or hand to sell in Tanzania...

  • Tensions in Zanzibar as Tanzania readies for tight vote

    ZANZIBAR: As Tanzania gears up for what is expected to be the tightest electoral race in the country’s history, tensions are rising on the semi-autonomous Zanzibar archipelago...

    The ruling CCM party has dominated politics since modern Tanzania was formed in 1964, and currently has two-thirds of seats in parliament...

  • Over 100 dead after Tanzania ferry sinks on Lake Victoria

    The death toll rose above 100 after a ferry capsized and sank on Lake Victoria, Tanzania state radio reported Friday, while a second day of rescue efforts raced the setting sun...

    “More than 200 people are feared dead,” based on accounts from fishermen and others nearby, because passengers had been returning from a busy market day, Tanzania Red Cross spokeswoman Godfrida Jola told the AP...

  • Death toll 209 as survivor found in capsized Tanzania ferry

    NAIROBI: The death toll soared past 200 while a survivor was found inside a capsized Tanzania ferry two days after the Lake Victoria disaster, officials said on Saturday, while search efforts were ending to focus on identifying bodies...

    Colourful coffins arri­ved, and the work would now focus on identifying bodies, Tanzania’s def­ence chief Venance Mab­eyo told reporters at the scene...

  • Tanzania rush for ‘holy oil’ kills 20 worshippers

    DAR ES SALAAM: Twenty people in Tanzania were trampled to death at an open-air evangelical Christian church service in the north of the country, officials said on Sunday...

    The tragedy happened when a crowd of worshippers was attending a prayer ceremony on Saturday led by the popular preacher, Boniface Mwamposa, who heads the Arise and Shine Ministry Tanzania...

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