April 12

  • Polish Billionaire Shows Interest in Ethiopia


    Poland's richest man, Jan Kulczyk (Ph.D.), founder and owner of Kulczyk Holding SA (headquartered in Warsaw) and international investment house, Kulczyk Investments with... Read more »

  • UK Slams Ethiopia's Human Rights Record


    The 2013 Human Rights report of the government of (UK) severely criticized the government of Ethiopia for its application of its Anti-Terrorism Proclamation and the Charities and... Read more »

  • Cassation Over Cassation - Second-Take On States' Judiciary?


    It is not uncommon in Ethiopia to see the government go about its business as usual in the face of display of concern on certain matters. Read more »

  • Brazilian Mining Giant to Pull Out of Ethiopia


    The Brazilian mining giant, Vale, which has been engaged in mineral exploration project in Southern Ethiopia since 2011, is to pull out of the country by suspending its exploration... Read more »

  • Experts Urge African Nations to Be Tough On Multinationals


    Since the turn of the century, Africa has been at great risk of losing most of its valuable financial capital to advanced nations, and Read more »

  • The Lacking Platform!


    The main challenge I had identified is that we need to learn to use social media responsibly. And by that, what I mean is that we need to learn to take in the information we get... Read more »

  • Egypt's Historic Right Over the Nile River


    Since the first foundation stone was laid on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) Egypt has shown its eternal belligerence towards Ethiopia, demanding Ethiopia honor the 1929... Read more »

  • The Transport Problem in Addis


    While looking at the long queues for transport in the rush hours almost everywhere in the city, a 47-year-old civil servant, Tamerat Degene, worries about maintaining his patience... Read more »

  • Cartoon Art in Ethiopia


    During this period the medias on both sides played a huge role and one of the capturing images was a cartoon of the former Prime Minister Meles Zenawi whipping his counterpart... Read more »

  • Uniting Against Extremism


    They are not short of advice - and from a wide range of sources. Read more »

  • Don't Throw Anything Just "Hoard" It


    With the demolition of the houses around the Arat kilo area came a unique but gorgeous scenery and debris. Read more »

  • Rebels Dismiss Alleged Arrest of Their Leaders in Ethiopia

    Sudan Tribune

    The South Sudanese rebel SPLM-In-Opposition have dismissed speculations that some of their leaders were allegedly arrested by Ethiopian authorities in the country's western region... Read more »

  • Post Oil City


    At a time when more than half of the world's population is living in cities, the effects of climate change on urban life can no longer be ignored. Read more »

  • Eritrea Switches AU, UN Ambassadors


    Araya Desta (Ambassador) replaced Girma Asmerom (Ambassador), as the new Permanent Representative of Eritrea to the African Union (AU) Read more »

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