Ethiopia

Ethiopia: Interpol Say Victims of Ethiopian Airlines Crash Successfully Identified

Six months after the Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed 157 people, families of victims of the crash may...

Ethiopia: Five Scenes Disappearing From Social Life in Addis Abeba

There was a time back in the 1980s and 90s where different scenes and consumer products were commonly...

Ethiopia: Five Reasons Why Ethiopia Could Be the Next Global Economy to Watch

Ethiopia is Africa's oldest independent country and its fastest growing economy today. With a population of over 100...

Ethiopia: Saudi Co. Ahead of Contenders to Build 250mw Solar Project

ACOA placed its financial offer of 0.025 dollars a kilowatt-hour on Friday, September 5, 2019, through the Independent...

Ethiopia: Enterprise, Trade Ministry At Loggerheads Over Oil Supply

The Enterprise claims it was not paid 597 million Br for the oil it has supplied to the...

Africa: Ticad – Japan’s Tool to Out Compete Other Asian Giants in Africa

The three-day TICAD 7 Summit, which Japan launched to strengthen its presence in Africa, was held last week...

South Africa: Ethiopian New Year in Joburg Is a Show of Resilience

A shared culture and history bind Ethiopians living and working in central Johannesburg. It is what keeps them...

East Africa: Ethiopian Airlines Enables Seamless Internet Surfing Using Satellite Technology

Surfing the internet with seamless reliable connectivity has now become the new normal onboard Ethiopian Airlines flights thanks...

Kenya: Ethiopia Crash – Another Kenyan ‘Set to Testify’ Against Boeing

The man from Nakuru County whose five relatives died in the March 10 Ethiopian Airlines plane crash says...

East Africa: Ethiopia Largest Recipient of FDI in Eastern Africa

Nairobi — Ethiopia beat all other eastern African countries last year as the largest recipient of Foreign Direct...

Ethiopia’s New Year Offers a Chance to Unite the Country

Meskerem is the first month in Ethiopia's unique 13-month calendar. Ethiopia celebrates its New Year on the first...

Ethiopia to Celebrate Its New Year Tomorrow, 12th September

Today, Pagume 6 is the last day of Ethiopian year 2011; Ethiopia will enter the New Year 2012,...

Ethiopia: 60 Ethiopian Students Awarded EU Erasmus Mundus Masters Scholarship

"This scholarship is a life defining moment for me. I have no words to express my happiness on...

Ethiopia Launches Investment Case for Noncommunicable Diseases

Addis Ababa. 9 September 2019 - On 5 September 2019, Ethiopia disseminates the results of a case report...

Ethiopia: Why Ethiopia’s Rastafari Community Keeps Dwindling

Rastafarians from around the world have been settling in Ethiopia for the last 50 years, after being given...

Ethiopia: Minister of Finance Travels to Ethiopia for Summit

A delegation led by Federal government of Somalia's minister of finance Abdirahman Duale Beyle travelled to Addis Abba,...

Rwanda: Ethiopian Foreign Minister Commends Rwanda’s Recovery

The Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia, Birtukan Ayano, has commended the progress...

Ethiopia: Gates Open On Infamous Maekelawi Jail

Today, Maekelawi, the infamous police station in the heart of Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, was opened for the...

Ethiopia: Board Downplays Resistance to Election Law

Birtukan Midekesa, Chairwoman of the National Election Board of Ethiopia (NEBE), has downplayed the recent move made by...

Ethiopia: Aid Groups Suspend Work After 2 Killed

Humanitarian aid efforts by the United Nations and other groups have been suspended in Ethiopia's Gambella regional state...

Ethiopia: FAO Provides Immediate Livestock Protection Assistance to Drought-Affected Pastoral, Agro-Pastoral Communities in Ethiopia

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is providing immediate livestock protection assistance to drought-affected...

Namibia: Airlines Eye Stake in Air Namibia

Three major airlines - South African Airways, Ethiopian Airlines and German-based Lufthansa - have all shown interest in...

Ethiopia: Corp. Revives Leather City Project Despite Delays

After a five-year delay, the Industrial Park Development Corporation took 290ha of land to construct a leather industrial...

Ethiopia: Israel Looks to Boost Security Coordination With Ethiopia

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday called for strengthened security cooperation with Ethiopia, during a meeting in...

Ethiopia: New Tool to Quell Violence in Refugee Camps – Podcasts

A team of researchers and humanitarian professionals have developed a unique approach to combat domestic violence in the...

Africa: Let’s Walk the Talk to Defeat Climate Change – African Leaders Told

Addis Ababa — African leaders have been asked to walk the talk, and lead from the front, in...

Africa: Kenya – The Troubles of a Science PhD From the West

Nairobi — Graduate students of the London School of Economics and Political Science gathered at Kenya's coast in...

Ethiopia’s Lucy Has Company – New Male Skull Discovered in Afar

Lucy, the famed partial skeleton found in Ethiopia in 1974, has a new companion - a male skull...

Africa: Do the Right Thing – Two Key African Governments Make Clear Commitments to Liberalizing Their Telecoms Sectors

London — News in this week confirms that the tentative steps taken by Angola and Ethiopia to liberalize...

Ethiopia: Islamic Finance Taking Shape

Merkato, once proclaimed to be the single largest open-market place in Africa, seemed to be evolving overtime. In...

Ethiopia: Shame On Us! – allAfrica.com

The international matches slated to be staged in Ethiopia have reportedly been switched, albeit temporarily, to neighboring countries...

Ethiopia: Averting Prospects of Economic Meltdown!

Overshadowed by the political upheaval roiling the country the headwinds buffeting Ethiopia's economy have the potential to turn...

Ethiopia: Awash Wine SC Launches U.S.$2 M Expansion, First Wine Cocktail in Ethiopia

Awash Wine S.C. has launched a two-million-dollar expansion project that will triple its production capacity today. In line...

Ethiopia: Ministry Removes Industrial Inputs Privileges

Imported complete knocked-down and semi knocked-down industrial inputs will not be getting a special privilege beginning this November,...

Kenya: Ethiopian in KQ Bomb Scare Sentenced to Four Months Prison Term

A man who was arrested in April for raising a false bomb alarm in a Johannesburg-bound Kenya Airways...

Kenya: Passenger Claims Ethiopian Airlines Snubbed Him ‘For Being on Wheelchair’

A passenger who was traveling to the United States by Ethiopian Airlines claims he was left stranded on...

Ethiopia: Why Ethiopia Is in the Eyes of Most for Investment

Ethiopia the second most populous country in Africa, with more than one hundred million inhabitants, following Nigeria, is...

Ethiopia: Global Recession Looming – Inaction Has Consequences

Last week, the Office of the Prime Minister unveiled a three-year economic reform plan dubbed the "Homegrown Economic...

Ethiopia: Protecting Devotion From Cholera in Pilgrimage Sites in Ethiopia

The pilgrims come in droves. They come by foot, by vehicle and by air to the many churches...

Ethiopia: Massive State Loans Threaten CBE

Bags 17.9 billion birr profit The more than 400 billion birr loans the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE)...