A prominent Chinese businesswoman dubbed the “Ivory Queen” was sentenced to 15 years in prison by a Tanzanian court on Tuesday for smuggling the tusks of more than 350 elephants, weighing nearly two tonnes, to Asia.
Tanzania to not issue new hunting permits to tourist hunting firms with disputes.
Tanzania vows to continue strengthening its relationship with the UNHCR.
Tanzanian government has announced a six-month operation to get rid of people encroaching into protected forests.
A strange disease has killed eight elephants in Ngorongoro, northern Tanzania.
Tanzanian police arrest suspected militants planed to establish bases in Mozambique.
The WWF for Nature urges the government of Tanzania to review its conservation policies.
The death toll in the ferry that capsised in Lake Victoria on Thursday rose to 209.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has donated medicine, equipment and test kits worth $2.4 million to Tanzania.
Tanzania is establishing a beach management authority to improve beach tourism in the East African nation.
Tanzania National Parks will collar rhinos in the Serengeti National Park for protection.
Beijing protests Washington’s decision to impose sanctions against Chinese companies deals with North Korea.
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