A true rebirth will come about if we go back to the land and find African solutions for our problems.
Youngsters in Tanzania who are suffering from epilepsy or who are just 'naughty' face exorcisms, beatings and even death.
Poaching linked to crime syndicates has seen 85 000 tuskers being slaughtered in five years.
Thought to bring luck, people with albinism are hunted in Tanzania - often by family members.
Two cabinet ministers and several other top officials implicated in multi-million dollar energy sector graft scandal must go, say Tanzanian MPs.
Tanzania claims the report about Chinese diplomats smuggling ivory was 'cooked up'.
Tanzanian women are marrying each other to escape domestic violence.
HRW calls on Tanzania to set the minimum age for marriage at 18, following an investigation into high levels of child marriage and FGM in the country.
Two women had their throats slit and were hacked on suspicion of being witches, a week after seven people were burned to death on the same suspicion.
Police in Tanzania say 23 people were arrested in connection with the crime of seven people, accused of witchcraft, have been burned alive.
Tanzania's Finance Minister William Mgimwa has died in a Pretoria hospital after undergoing treatment for an unnamed illness, says the SA government.
Tanzania's President Jakaya Kikwete says his country will not pull out of the East African Community despite having issues with the organisation.
The East African Community has been accused of forging trilateral deals that exclude the country.
Media organisations will not publish anything from Tanzania's information department in protest of three local newspapers being banned.
South African travellers wishing to visit Tanzania for holiday or business have been exempt from applying for a visa for stays up to 90 days.
The clandestine nature of many colossal and high-level deals is alarming many in the country.
Tanzania's repatriation campaign has been criticised because several deportees have spent their entire lives in the East African country.
Tanzania's opposition heads have rejected a Bill, which, according to them, allows the president to appoint 166 of the Constituent Assembly members.
A young pharmacist is driving a project to get Tanzania to make more of its own medicine.