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At least 57 dead in Tanzania fuel tanker explosion
At least 57 people have died after a tanker truck exploded in eastern Tanzania on Saturday.
Tapping into natural skin care market in Tanzania
The demand for organic cosmetics is fast growing across the continent. Hellen Dause is determined to make the most of this trend with her own brand of skin care based in Zanzibar.
Man rescued after two days in capsized ferry
A man survived for two days in an air pocket of a capsized ferry on an African lake in a disaster that has claimed the lives of over 200 people
Finding better and quicker ways to tackle TB
Futuris' Julián López Gómez travels to Tanzania, Malawi and The Netherlands to meet those developing new ways to beat tuberculosis
Tanzania charges 32 people with killing, burning five 'witches'
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.
Don’t stop pregnant girls from returning to school, urge NGOs
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
32 schoolchildren killed in Tanzania bus crash
It is being described as a “national tragedy.
Four Tanzanian children with albinism in US for medical treatment
Body parts of albinos are highly sought in some African countries, where some mistakenly believe they bring wealth and good luck
Babies targeted as FGM victims get younger, say campaigners
Babies are among the victims of female genital mutilation (FGM), campaigners claim, reflecting a growing trend of younger girls being targeted.
Tanzania quake kills 13 and injures nearly 200
At least 13 people have reportedly died and nearly 200 others injured in northern Tanzania after a 5.
Tanzania ruling party's Magufuli wins presidential vote, officials say
The candidate of Tanzania's ruling CCM party has been declared the winner of Sunday's hotly disputed election.
Tanzania in tightest election in decades
Tanzania is in the grip of one its closest elections in decades. Tanzania's elections expected to be country’s tightest in history
Sucker punch: the European research project dealing a blow to mosquitoes
Using a simple device based on a tube and netting European scientists believe they have taken a major step in preventing malaria
WISE choice: Ann Cotton transforms African girls' lives through education
Resolute and resourceful, Ann Cotton has transformed the lives of countless girls and young women in Africa. The British education pioneer has just
How health and hygiene go hand in hand with education
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
The power of civic education
A recent report from the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement noted a significant fall in knowledge some students
Educating the green guardians of the future
With climate change, deforestation and ever increasing threats to wildlife, environmental activists believe much more still needs to be done to
Learning from another generation
Traditionally older generations educate younger ones. Knowledge passes from older, wiser heads to less experienced ones. But sometimes it goes the
Aloyce K. Nzuki - Tanzania
Euronews travelled to ITB Berlin, the world’s leading travel trade show, to speak to representatives from countries worldwide and get a first-hand