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Watch adorable birds tap-dance while attracting a mate

An enchanting video has been released showing adorable and colourful birds undertake a rhythmical dance, replete with toe-tapping action, in a bid to attract a mate.

Five Tanzanian miners freed after 41 days trapped underground

Dar Es Salaam - Five Tanzanian gold miners have been rescued after spending 41 days trapped deep underground eating cockroaches and frogs to survive, the mining ministry and survivors said Tuesday.

Five Tanzanian miners freed after 41 days trapped underground: ministry

Dar Es Salaam - Five Tanzanian gold miners have been rescued after spending 41 trapped deep underground eating cockroaches and frogs to survive, the mining ministry and survivors said Tuesday.

Tanzania's Magufuli sworn in as president

Dar Es Salaam - Tanzania's new President John Magufuli was sworn into office Thursday along with the east African nation's first female vice-president to huge cheers from crowds.

Tanzania prepares president's inauguration, but Zanzibar to miss

Dar Es Salaam - Opposition leaders in Zanzibar said Wednesday they would not take part in celebrations for the inauguration of Tanzania's new president John Magufuli, after elections were annulled on the islands.

Zanzibar opposition urges calm amid political crisis

Zanzibar - Zanzibar's opposition chief called for calm Monday, having previously threatened to lead protests if results of annulled elections were not released on the semi-autonomous Tanzanian islands.

Small blasts hit Zanzibar after poll annulled: Police, AFP

Zanzibar - Two small blasts rocked streets of Zanzibar on Saturday but caused no casualties, police and an AFP reporter said, in the latest unrest following the annulment of polls on the semi-autonomous Tanzanian archipelago.

Tanzania's new leader calls for unity amid opposition fraud claims

Dar Es Salaam - Tanzania's new leader John Magufuli called for unity Friday after winning hotly contested polls the opposition claimed to have won, and amid tensions after Zanzibar annulled polls."I promise to deliver my election pledges, but we need to work together....

Tanzania ruling party's Magufuli wins presidential vote

Dar Es Salaam - Tanzania's ruling party candidate John Magufuli won hotly contested presidential elections, officials announced Thursday, but the opposition said the vote was rigged and also claimed victory.

Zanzibar poll annulment throws Tanzania results into doubt

Dar Es Salaam - Tanzania's elections were thrown into doubt Wednesday after the semi-autonomous Zanzibar archipelago annulled polls, sparking tension on the islands and raising questions about national presidential results due Thursday.

Tension in Tanzania poll count as ministers lose seats

Dar Es Salaam - Tanzania's ruling party presidential candidate took an early lead Tuesday as election officials counted votes in a close race for a second day, while several key ministers lost their seats.

Tanzania counts votes as opposition claims fraud

Dar Es Salaam - Votes were being counted Monday in what is expected to be Tanzania's tightest election race ever, with the governing party facing the first major challenge to its dominance in decades.

Tanzania votes in tight election race

Dar Es Salaam - Tanzanians voted in presidential and general elections Sunday, in what is expected to be the tightest race in the history of east Africa's most populous country.

Final Tanzania rallies in tight election race

Dar Es Salaam - Presidential hopefuls in Tanzania were holding their final campaign rallies Saturday, a day before East Africa's most populous country holds general elections, expected to be the tightest in the nation's history.

This bird does something extraordinary, and it will surprise you

The greater honeyguide has a name that's slightly misleading, but that's only because it doesn't eat honey. Instead, it prefers the larvae and eggs in a bee hive, and strangely, it is one of the few animals in the world that can live on wax.

'Queen of Ivory' arrested, charged in major smuggling operation

She's known as the "Queen of Ivory" and for more than 15 years, she allegedly helped smuggle more than 700 elephant tusks out of Africa and across the world. She kept a high-profile, owning a popular Chinese restaurant, yet managed to evade capture.

Tanzania turns off hydropower plants because of low water levels

Dar Es Salaam - All of Tanzania's hydroelectric power plants have been switched off because of a lack of sufficient rain. It is hoped that the changeover to natural gas-fueled electrical generation will begin shortly.

The Great Serengeti Migration to be broadcast live for first time

The world's Great Migration begins in the southern Serengeti, and in a clockwise, circular path that has gone on for thousands of years, wildebeest, gazelles and zebras go in search of greener pastures. We can now watch from the comfort of our armchair.

Op-Ed: How our fellow animals can become mentally ill just like us

The lioness paces back and forth in her tiny cage. Her face appears passive, but her constant pacing suggests frustration, perhaps because her feet never touch grass, and she never sees anything but people staring at her.

Bernabe Concepcion beats Juma Fundi via 2nd round KO

Filipino bantamweight challenger Berrnabe Concepcion opted for an early knockout win against Juma Fundi of Tanzania on Friday at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City Philippines to bag the vacant WBO Oriental super bantamweight title.
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