October 19

  • Ethiopia: EIC Taking Technological Leap With New Website

    Addis Fortune

    The Ethiopian Investment Commissions (EIC) is waiting for the approval of a name to launch a new investor-friendly website. The site has been developed by a Brussels-based company,... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: German Textile Machinery Manufacturers Visit Ethiopia

    Addis Fortune

    The German textile machinery and accessories manufacturers visited Ethiopian textile manufacturers from October 13 to October 17. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Commercial Bank Takes Hefty Slide Down African Ranking

    Addis Fortune

    Although the bank has slipped 51 places down the top 100 list, they claim that incorrect figures were used Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Occupational Competence Assessment to Boost Services With Five New Branches

    Addis Fortune

    The five branches will be located in Arat Kilo, Mexico, Enkulal Fabrica, Kality, and Meganagna. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Construction Cup

    Addis Fortune

    Across many construction sites, workers do not have space to spend their remaining time after having lunch. Most of the time, they are seen sitting on the roofs of the buildings... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Tenth Round Land Auction Again Sees Bole Attract Highest Bids

    Addis Fortune

    The tenth round of land lease auctions by the Addis Abeba City Administration (AACA) saw a 10,000 Br price reduction a square metre compared to the previous round, with 55,597 Br... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia Ponders U.S$5 Billion Gold

    EA Business

    Ethiopia could earn up to $5 billion a year from the mining sector and by tapping into geothermal energy sources, according to a new report published recently. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Integration Without Innovation Has Its Limits [opinion]

    Addis Fortune

    The new global context requires greater regional cooperation. Regional integration in Sub-Saharan Africa is becoming a priority for many Sub-Saharan African leaders and... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Toil Here

    Addis Fortune

    One of the major aspects of Addis Abeba subject to criticism is the lack of appropriate public toilets. This seems a good start, inside Megenagna Square, where many people take... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Development - Not About Dislike, Exclusion [opinion]

    Addis Fortune

    Today, the majority of women in Africa are self-employed in low-growth sectors or in low-skilled jobs, notably agriculture, that offer little prospects of generating higher... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: It Is Disgraceful.

    Addis Fortune

    Gizachew Shiferaw, an opposition political figure who recently resigned as president of the Unity for Democracy & Justice (UDJ) Party, said this while describing the reliance... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Too Late to Burst

    Addis Fortune

    The 83,119 price of land in Addis Abeba is becoming more unpredictable with each day. A city that continues to witness a considerable backlog in demand for land is currently unable... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: The Frantic Effort to Patch Up Documents in a Bid to Produce the Second Generation of the Nation's GTP..

    Addis Fortune

    The frantic effort to patch up documents in a bid to produce the second generation of the nation's Growth and Transformation Plan is in the making. The two able technocrats,... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Cultural Festivals Serve Diplomacy [opinion]

    Addis Fortune

    For Ethiopians, September is a month assumed to be the beginning of a bright season and the end of the rainy and dark seasons. It seems to be a turning point, signalling the start... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Faulty Football

    Addis Fortune

    Last Saturday afternoon, the Walias lost 2-0 to Mali in a first round qualifying match for the African Cup of Nations. The Addis Abeba Stadium was filled with spectators who had... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia to Host Third International Ethiopian Coffee Conference

    Addis Fortune

    The Ethiopian Coffee Exporters Association (ECEA) is to host the third International Ethiopian Coffee Conference from 6-8 November. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopian Airlines Clears Final Hurdle for Dublin-Lax

    EA Business

    Ethiopian Airlines, Africa's largest by fleet and operations, has finalized preparations to start flights to Dublin and Los Angeles (LAX) starting from June 2015 writes JOHN SAMBO. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: PM Hailemariam Leaves for Denmark


    Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn left for Denmark on Sunday to participate in the fourth Global Green Growth Forum (3GF) due to be held in Copenhagen from 20-21 October 2014. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: EPRDF Executive Committee Discusses 2nd GTP Framework


    The Executive Committee of the Ethiopian Peoples' Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) discussed the second five-year Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) framework. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Number of Operational Projects Increasing


    The number of investment projects commencing operation each year has been growing from time to time, the Ethiopian Investment Commission said. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: UNHCR Lauds Ethiopia's Efforts to Train Refugees


    The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has lauded Ethiopia's efforts to train refugees in addition to hosting them. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia Deplores Slaying of Three Blue Helmets in Darfur

    Sudan Tribune

    Tesfa-Alem Tekle Read more »

October 18

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