Tanzania President John Magufuli's bizarre denial of COVID-19 echoes the disastrous mistakes of Thabo Mbeki, South Africa's former president, who famously denied the existence of HIV and AIDS.
Respicius Mtazangira, 51, was found guilty of killing pupil Sperius Eradius, 14, by a high court this week.
Officials believed revelers may not have heard the emergency announcements because of the loud music playing on the boat.
The vessel capsized in Africa's largest lake on Thursday, with an estimated 400 to 500 people on board.
Katie Gee, 23, is battling against the idea that her attack made her "disfigured."
The footage was captured in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
Some say Rogelio Martinez was bludgeoned to death by rocks. Ted Cruz jumped on the bandwagon.
A California company is helping to deliver medical supplies to hard-to-reach parts of the East African country.
The government has threatened to publish a list of gay rights activists.
The East African country is the world capital for murders of people with albinism. But the community is pushing back.
A new report said the government workers had fraudulent high school certificates.
The four-legged creature from the Triassic period is the oldest species from the lineage that leads towards dinosaurs.
A story by the Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation claimed that the U.S. president had praised John Magufuli.
Twelve women suspected to have carried out the ritual, which involves the partial or total removal of the external genitalia, have been arrested as the police investigate the case.
Researchers described a benign tumor composed of miniature tooth-like structures.
At least 19 people died when a magnitude 5.7 earthquake hit northern Tanzania in September.
The man referred to President John Magufuli as an "imbecile" on the social media platform.
'The Bulldozer' has made quite an impact since being elected in October 2015.
The vote on the so-called Spice Islands proceeded peacefully despite fears of violence.
The semi-autonomous archipelago is rerunning elections after October's result was controversially nullified.
Authorities are targeting prostitutes and their clients in the East African country.