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  • 01:56 Tanzania To Hand Down Harsh Punishments For Underage Marriage

    Tanzania To Hand Down Harsh Punishments For Underage Marriage

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    Men in Tanzania will get up to 30 years in jail, if they marry or get a school girl pregnant. The country has some of the highest child marriage rates in the world, but the new law is part of a Government crackdown. Dan Ashby has this report

  • 01:08 8 People Hacked To Death In Tanga

    8 People Hacked To Death In Tanga

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    Police in Tanzania say eight people have been hacked to death in one of the worst attacks the country has seen for years. It happened near the northern port city of Tanga, close to the Kenyan border. There there have been reports of gangs there operating

  • 07:03 Conquering Mount Kilimanjaro: Finally On The Trail To The Top

    Conquering Mount Kilimanjaro: Finally On The Trail To The Top

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    For decades, Mount Kilimanjaro has been a key part of Tanzania's vast tourist attractions. As CCTV's Ramah Nyang reports however, to Tanzanians themselves, the mountain is so much more than just a pretty lump of rock.

  • 02:10 Tanzania Presents Pharaohs With Opportunity To Return To Glory

    Tanzania Presents Pharaohs With Opportunity To Return To Glory

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    Egypt's national football team is in Dar es Salam, training for their qualifying match against Tanzania. The Pharaohs lead Group G with seven points. Experts are expecting a remarkable game, as Egypt tries to seal qualification, while Tanzania will fight

  • 04:37 Chinese Medical Teams And Zanzibar Island

    Chinese Medical Teams And Zanzibar Island

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    The spice islands of East Africa. Zanzibar is famous for its spices and its architecture. To residents on the main island, however, one group of Chinese is well known to them - the Chinese medical team. For the past 51 years, many Chinese medical workers

  • 02:00 Seaweed Farmers In Trouble As Zanzibar's Economy Struggles

    Seaweed Farmers In Trouble As Zanzibar's Economy Struggles

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    Zanzibar's position as the world's 3rd largest producer of seaweed is under threat. Climate change is warming the waters around the island and that's caused a decline in the volume of Zanzibar's key export earner. Farmers are then hit by a second blow, as

  • 01:57 Zanzibar Calls For Growth In Regional Tourism Industry

    Zanzibar Calls For Growth In Regional Tourism Industry

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    Tourism experts have used Tanzania's hosting of the World Travel Awards to call on countries to do more to help African tourists. The number of international visitors to the continent fell last year, but operators in Tanzania say that African travelers ca

  • 01:38 Kenya-Tanzania Trade Ties: New Border Post To Help Improve Flow Of Goods In E. African Region

    Kenya-Tanzania Trade Ties: New Border Post To Help Improve Flow Of Goods In E. African Region

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    In a bid to improve the flow of goods between Kenya and Tanzania, a new border post was recently launched. It is the first One Stop Border Post in the East African region. 15 other posts are still under construction.

  • 01:55 Chinese Language Courses Introduced In Tanzanian Universities

    Chinese Language Courses Introduced In Tanzanian Universities

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    A recent introduction of Chinese language degrees in Tanzania has taken the country by storm. Students and businessmen are now explorng the benefits and challenges of the move in the East African nation which is the first sub-Saharan African country looki

  • 01:27 Tanzania Poachers Kill Park Pilot

    Tanzania Poachers Kill Park Pilot

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    A hunt is underway in Tanzania for suspected poachers who allegedly shot down a helicopter, killing its pilot. Roger Gower was tracking the gang near the Serengeti when the poachers allegedly opened fire on him with an AK-47 rifle. CCTV's Dan Ashby has th

  • 01:38 Abandoned Baby Survives Against All Odds

    Abandoned Baby Survives Against All Odds

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    A tiny miracle from Tanzania. A baby's recovering in a safe house after defying the most incredible odds. The story of little Salama has become an inspiration to hundreds of girls.

  • 03:28 Inside A Fortified Flour Mill In Tanzania

    Inside A Fortified Flour Mill In Tanzania

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    The Devex team takes an inside look at how organizations like GAIN are putting the “bread” in global nutrition’s bread and butter. For more international development news, visit: http://www.devex.com Subscribe to the Devex YouTube channel: http://www.yout

  • 02:05 John Magufuli Inaugurated As Tanzania's President

    John Magufuli Inaugurated As Tanzania's President

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    African leaders from across the continent witnessed the swearing in of John Pombe Magufuli as Tanzania's fifth president on Thursday morning. They were among the tens of thousands of Tanzanians who braved the torrential rains to watch the former chemistry

  • 07:41 Tanzania Election Victory

    Tanzania Election Victory

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    The announced winner of Tanzania’s contested presidential election, John Magufuli will officially be presented with a victory certificate on Friday. Tanzanians danced in the streets of Dar es Salaam late Thursday in celebration of the victory. Joining VOA

  • 02:30 22.7 Million Tanzanians Set To Vote

    22.7 Million Tanzanians Set To Vote

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    The countdown has begun for another round of voting on the African continent. In just a few hours, an estimated 22.7 million Tanzanian voters head to the polls to pick a new president to replace incumbent Jakaya Kikwete. The country's electoral officials

  • 01:55 Albinos In Tanzania Still At Risk Of Ritual Attacks

    Albinos In Tanzania Still At Risk Of Ritual Attacks

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    One of the darker sides of the Tanzanian story is the plight of people with albinism. They are frequently attacked and frequently killed for their body parts. The Tanzanian Albinism Society says whoever wins Sunday's election, must do more to protect them

  • 01:26 2015 Tanzanian Elections Most Competitive In Nation's History

    2015 Tanzanian Elections Most Competitive In Nation's History

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    The 2015 Tanzanian election has been billed as the most competitive presidential race witnessed in Tanzania's history. Here is a short profile of the country

  • 02:18 Uganda Considers Shifting Oil Pipeline Path From Kenya To Tanzania

    Uganda Considers Shifting Oil Pipeline Path From Kenya To Tanzania

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    Uganda is exploring the possibility of building a crude oil pipeline through Tanzania - despite an earlier deal signed with Kenya, to have the same pipeline go through Western Kenya, to the port of Mombasa.

  • 03:10 More Burundians Fleeing To Neighboring Tanzania

    More Burundians Fleeing To Neighboring Tanzania

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    Thousands have fled Burundi in recent months, desperate to escape what they say is violence and intimidation. The UN says soldiers and police officers are among the latest refugees arriving in Tanzania.

  • 01:57 Tanzania Opens Project To Pipe Gas To Dar Es Salaam

    Tanzania Opens Project To Pipe Gas To Dar Es Salaam

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    Tanzania has opened a 1.33 billion dollar energy project to pipe natural gas to its commercial capital, Dar es Salaam, in a bid to meet power demands. The 532 km Mtwara-Dar es Salaam pipeline and gas processing plants were financed by a Chinese loan, and

  • 04:10 Fast Jet's GM Explains Reasons For Basing In Tanzania

    Fast Jet's GM Explains Reasons For Basing In Tanzania

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    In East Africa, the biggest aviation hub lies in Kenya. So when Tanzania was picked as the base for a new budget carrier, Fast Jet, that decision left many questioning the logic behind it. The carrier's General Manager, in contrast to her peers in East Af

  • 01:56 Elephant Poaching In Tanzania

    Elephant Poaching In Tanzania

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    Tanzania has lost 60% of its elephant population since 2009

  • 00:40 Tanzania Eases Market Restrictions On Foreigners

    Tanzania Eases Market Restrictions On Foreigners

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    Tanzania expects to open its capital markets further in December by letting foreigners from outside east Africa invest in debt instruments.

  • 01:55 Historic Declaration Signed In World Forestry Conference In Zanzibar

    Historic Declaration Signed In World Forestry Conference In Zanzibar

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    The national forest agencies of Tanzania, Zanzibar, Uganda and Madagascar on Wednesday signed a historic declaration to jointly combat illegal timber trade in Eastern and Southern Africa, taking a significant step towards addressing this growing driver of

  • 02:36 Growth, Jobs And The SDGs In Tanzania:

    Growth, Jobs And The SDGs In Tanzania:

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    Dr. Nicola Banks reports from Arusha, Tanzania on how relevant the Sustainable Development Goals on growth and jobs are for young people. Read more of her research at www.bit.ly/nicolabanks

  • 02:33 Why Some Tanzanian Women Are Marrying Women   BBC News

    Why Some Tanzanian Women Are Marrying Women BBC News

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    In the Tarime district of the Mara region in northern Tanzania an age-old tradition involves women marrying women. This alternative family structure, known as Nyumba Nthobu, has become a practical alternative for many. Tulanana Bohela reports.

  • 01:03 Musician Salif Keita Says Africa Albino Attacks 'unacceptable'

    Musician Salif Keita Says Africa Albino Attacks 'unacceptable'

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    African music legend Salif Keita has called for people with albinism to be protected, as Tanzania begins campaigning for general elections amid a fear in the rise of witchcraft attacks. African music legend Salif Keita has called for people with albinism

  • 03:03 Tanzania To Use Light Aircrafts To Deter Poachers

    Tanzania To Use Light Aircrafts To Deter Poachers

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    Tanzania is about to take its battle against poaching to the skies. A number of groups have begun trialing aircraft to find or deter elephant poachers. One charity is trialing flying light aircraft close to the ground to ward off attackers. But it's not t

  • 03:56 Presidential Campaigns In Tanzania Intensify

    Presidential Campaigns In Tanzania Intensify

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    Presidential Campaigns In Tanzania Intensify

  • 03:33 Tanzania's Low Cost, No Frills Airline

    Tanzania's Low Cost, No Frills Airline

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    Africa's aviation is growing fast, but the cost of airfare is still an obstacle for many travelers. Find out how one airline is addressing the problem. http://www.tranganhnam.org

  • 03:02 Tanzanian Gold Mine Enters Into Fairtrade Deal With UK

    Tanzanian Gold Mine Enters Into Fairtrade Deal With UK

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    For many people, a gold ring is a symbol of everlasting love; but sometimes the story behind the gold itself is not as happy. Tanzania is the fourth largest gold producer in Africa with exports of more than $1.6bn in 2014. Hundreds of thousands of the cou

  • 02:27 Tanzania's Rickshaw Serves As Medical Service Delivery System

    Tanzania's Rickshaw Serves As Medical Service Delivery System

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    The Bajaj are legendary in Tanzania. They have long been used as a way for people to navigate Tanzania's chaotic roads. Now a medical charity says it's getting great results using them as a delivery service. CCTV's Dan Ashby reports.

  • 02:29 Tanzania Farmers Speak Out On Seed Copyright

    Tanzania Farmers Speak Out On Seed Copyright

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    Nineteen African countries have signed a deal which aims to give companies better protection to copyright their plants and seeds, in the hope that it will improve yields and increase diversity of crops but farmers' groups say the deal would make it illega

  • 01:24 Nsangano, Tanzania's First Fairtrade Gold Mine

    Nsangano, Tanzania's First Fairtrade Gold Mine

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    Nsangano gold mine in the Geita district, North of Tanzania lake zone, is one of three Tanzanian mines which will soon receive the Fairtrade label - a testament to the ethical practices and fair treatment which go on at the plant.

  • 02:26 Tanzanian Cartoons Animate Children's Maths Lessons

    Tanzanian Cartoons Animate Children's Maths Lessons

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    While mathematics might not always be the most popular subject in schools, a Tanzanian cartoon is helping to make learning fun for young students across East Africa. Ubongo Kid, which features a world of cartoon elephants, is Tanzania's most widely watche

  • 01:07 Suspects In Sheikh Murders Extradited From Tanzania

    Suspects In Sheikh Murders Extradited From Tanzania

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    Two suspected masterminds of the murders of Muslim Sheikhs in Busoga have been extradited from Tanzania to Uganda. The two, Mohammed Matovu Sebaduka and Omar Mutuka were brought into the country last evening. They were arrested along with ADF Chief, Jamil

  • 07:05 Burundi Citizens Flee To Tanzania For Refuge Due To Election Crisis

    Burundi Citizens Flee To Tanzania For Refuge Due To Election Crisis

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    Burundi citizens flee to Tanzania for refuge due to election crisis.

  • 59:15 The Chinese are Coming

    The Chinese are Coming

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    Traveling across three continents, Justin Rowlatt investigates the spread of Chinese influence around the planet and asks what the world will be like if China overtakes America as the world's economic superpower. In the first of two films, he embarks on a

  • 52:00 Albino Killings in Africa

    Albino Killings in Africa

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    Once, albinos only had to fear the burning sun and constantly seek the shade. But now they also fear what is hiding in the shadows. Many of Tanzania’s 170,000 albinos have gone into hiding. They are being hunted because witchdoctors are spreading th