ITV News has uncovered claims that some anti-poaching rangers working in a UK aid-backed project were complicit in elephants' slaughter.Read the full story ›
Wayne Lotter was co-founder and president of the PAMS Foundation, which was credited with helping to arrest thousands of poachers.Read the full story ›
Wayne Lotter, the co-founder and president of the conservation organisation PAMS Foundation, has been shot dead by gunmen in Tanzania.Read the full story ›
The country's deputy health minister Hamisi Kigwangalla said the measure will target people who advertise homosexual activities online.Read the full story ›
Tanzania's government has stopped 40 privately run health centres from providing AIDs-related services, accusing them of promoting gay sex.Read the full story ›
The 5.7-magnitude earthquake shook the Lake Victoria region and all of the dead were killed in the town of Bukoba.Read the full story ›
Roger Gower's helicopter was shot down while tracking alleged poachers.Read the full story ›
Nine suspects are now being held over the killing of British helicopter pilot Roger Gower who was on an anti-poaching mission, police in Tanzania say.
Seven more suspects have been arrested for the shooting of Mr Gower, who was on a joint operation with Tanzanian wildlife authorities when he was shot, Simiyu regional police commander Lazaro Mambosasa said.
Mr Gower died on January 29 in Maswa wildlife reserve, near Serengeti National Park.
Mambosasa said some of the suspects identified the man who pulled the trigger. Three elephant tusks and 29 firearms were seized in the operation to arrest Mr Gower's killers.
Tanzania has been identified as a key hotspot for elephant poachers.