Tanzania's government has approved a law that will regulate content posted online, introducing fees for bloggers and online media in addition to policing morals and authenticity of social media users.
Futuris' Julián López Gómez travels to Tanzania, Malawi and The Netherlands to meet those developing new ways to beat tuberculosis
A Tanzanian court has charged 32 people with murder after five women suspected of witchcraft were beaten to death, and their corpses burned, in a move which could help to deter such killings.
Campaigners have hit out over an African president’s vow to prevent pregnant girls from returning to school.
A coalition of NGOs claim the ban in
It is being described as a “national tragedy.
Body parts of albinos are highly sought in some African countries, where some mistakenly believe they bring wealth and good luck
Babies are among the victims of female genital mutilation (FGM), campaigners claim, reflecting a growing trend of younger girls being targeted.
At least 13 people have reportedly died and nearly 200 others injured in northern Tanzania after a 5.
The candidate of Tanzania's ruling CCM party has been declared the winner of Sunday's hotly disputed election.
Tanzania is in the grip of one its closest elections in decades. Tanzania's elections expected to be country’s tightest in history
Bart Knols has declared war on mosquitoes, armed with nothing more than plastic tubes and fine netting, and steely determination. The Dutchman and
A drone hovers above Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park its function is to herd on-the-move elephants away from danger. The bee-like buzzing ushers
Using a simple device based on a tube and netting European scientists believe they have taken a major step in preventing malaria
Resolute and resourceful, Ann Cotton has transformed the lives of countless girls and young women in Africa. The British education pioneer has just
As we all know, prevention is better than a cure. So to tackle the problems caused by bad hygiene and sanitation, plus a lack of health awareness
A recent report from the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement noted a significant fall in knowledge some students
With climate change, deforestation and ever increasing threats to wildlife, environmental activists believe much more still needs to be done to
Traditionally older generations educate younger ones. Knowledge passes from older, wiser heads to less experienced ones. But sometimes it goes the
Euronews travelled to ITB Berlin, the world’s leading travel trade show, to speak to representatives from countries worldwide and get a first-hand