November 16

  • Ethiopia: From the Perspective of Gender Equality

    Addis Fortune

    With urban populations growing at an alarming rate, the demand for housing has grown by leaps and bounds. All dwellers, be they civil servants or men and women from all walk's of... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Advances in Ethiopia's Accountancy Infrastructure, Regulation [analysis]

    Addis Fortune

    Corruption, mismanagement of public resources and accounting irregularities are huge challenges in developing countries such as Ethiopia. A strong accountancy profession will... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: False Promise On Access Too Late to Make a Difference

    Addis Fortune

    The much anticipated news over the Access Real Estate (ARE) debacle came about last week, although too late to make much of a difference. On November 6, 2014, Nuredin Mohamed,... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Oilseed Outpaces Coffee in Export Revenue

    Addis Fortune

    Revenues from oilseeds has overtaken that of coffee in the four years of the Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) period. Oilseed revenue in the 2013-2014 fiscal year was 920... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: USAID Praises Own Healthcare Project

    Addis Fortune

    The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in its meeting held at Addis Ababa, on November 13, 2014, appreciated the progress that has been registered through... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: City's Housing Construction Projects Booms, Gravel Suppliers Struggle to Meet Demand

    Addis Fortune

    As part of its plan to solve housing shortages Addis Abeba City Administration (AACA) is building 120,000 condominium houses. Building materials are vital, especially gravel. In... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Towards Youthful, Useful Youth Policy

    Addis Fortune

    Youth is more than an age group, it is a culturally constructed and historically influenced social position. As a demographic, its role in society has evolved significantly in the... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: The Return of the Dollar

    Addis Fortune

    The United States dollar is on the move. In the last four months alone, it has soared by more than seven per cent compared with a basket of more than a dozen global currencies, and... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Breaking Up Taxi Terminals to Resolve City Transport

    Addis Fortune

    Wondwossen Gebregiorgis, a 32 year-old broker, was in a rush on Tuesday evening, November 11, 2014, to meet a client at Gerji. He was used to taking taxis under the ring road near... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Profits Up At Bank of Abyssinia

    Addis Fortune

    Bank of Abyssinia (BoA) stated that the Bank's profit has reached 351.5 million Br, 270.71 million Br after tax, in the 2013-2014 fiscal year. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: We Won't Have Enough for Ourselves, Let Alone Bring Democracy to Our People

    Addis Fortune

    Abebaw Mehari (who recently resigned from AEUP's party chair) said this while explaining how if AEUP is going to be led by "one dictator" (referring to Eng. Hailu Shawel) who... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Addis Abeba to Host Annual Diplomatic Bazaar

    Addis Fortune

    The annual diplomatic bazaar of the Diplomatic Spouses Group of Ethiopia (DSGE) will be held on Saturday November 22, at the Millennium Hall in Addis Ababa. The bazaar will be a... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: United Declares Lower Profits

    Addis Fortune

    The United Bank S.C.(UB) has announced that it has made a 360 million Br profit in the fiscal year 2013-2014, down from the preceding fiscal year by 3.5pc. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Bole Jamed

    Addis Fortune

    Compared to other African cities Addis Ababa does not have a dense vehicle population. Despite this, every road in the city is crowded during rush hours, when people enter and... Read more »

  • Malawi/Ethiopia: Flames Leave for Ethiopia Today


    The Malawi National Football team (the Flames), will leave for Ethiopia, Addis Ababa this afternoon for their final African Cup of Nations qualification match on Wednesday next... Read more »

November 15

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