The US has shelved future aid payments to the African country after accusing its leaders of trying to undermine democracy
'Training an animal with a strong and reliable sense of smell to help detect disease in a vast country like Tanzania could potentially offer a valuable solution'
The DPA deal meant the bank escaped prosecution in return for a financial penalty
Malawi's Inspector General of police authorised his officers to shoot on sight to protect albino people
'Unfortunately all giraffes, not just white ones like Omo, are threatened by bushmeat poaching'
It is the first time in 54 years that Tanzania has not celebrated Independence Day
'Those who refused to see their right trampled on were either divorced or abandoned'
The rough diamond will be sold at an auction in Antwerp in December
With poachers now killing almost 11,000 a year for their ivory, urgent steps need to be be taken to stop the cull
Elephant poachers are using firearms left over from Mozambique’s civil war to slaughter elephants in neighbouring Tanzania
In some areas, elephant populations have dropped by a staggering 80 per cent in six years
Warning comes as Costa Rica declares 'national emergency' over state of crop
The families of two British teenagers who had acid thrown at them in Zanzibar have expressed their frustration at the “lack of urgency” to identify the men that did it.
Shared 1960s ideology originally led two of the rescued women to move in with male suspect
The Dutch police are pioneering a new approach to catching criminals, recruiting rats to sniff out crime.