Extending its business relations with Sabre Corporation, the United States based global travel technology provider, Ethiopian Airlines has renewed contract to continue using passenger reservations system of Sabre.
With the aim of improving its performance, the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group appoints five new directors with decades of professional experiences.
The Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mark Green is set to visit Ethiopia this month.
Ethiopian Airlines Group is set to start direct flight to Sao Paulo, Brazil in mid-September, the Airline said.
Two women owned businesses in Uganda won the 2017 Women in Energy Challenge. The challenge is a collaboration of the U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF), Power Africa and GE. In Uganda only 20% of the population is connected to electricity.
Some stakeholders in the textile and clothing industry have described Fashionomics Africa as a veritable platform to tap Africa’s huge potential for fashion.
Hawassa, one of the fastest growing cities of Ethiopia with dozens of indegineous tribes, host an international tourism expo displaying cultural shows of the 56 tribes found in the Southern Region.
ITE, organiser of top international oil and gas events, is pleased to announce details of the programme for the 24th Africa Oil Week, the world’s longest running oil and gas conference on the African continent, to be held in Cape…
Mettā, a global members’ club for entrepreneurs that connects people, calls for applications to join its second cohort of Fashion Product Lab for upcoming designers.
A new study finds East African carriers, such as Ethiopian Airlines, RwandAir and Kenya Airways, score significantly more for customer satisfaction and loyalty ratings among their frequent flyers than carriers in the rest of Africa.
Lagos witnessed substantial declines in both domestic and international capacity, mainly because Arik Air is cutting 53% of its seats for the rest of 2017, new report reveals.
Ethiopian government has introduced a new directive that penalizes pedestrians who violate road traffic conducts.
The Government of Angola and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) launch a project that will generate revenue and boost food and nutrition security poorer households in Angola.
By Andualem Sisay Gessesse – The government of Ethiopia says it has increased the national budget of the country for the budget year started last month expecting a 25 billion birr (around $1.1) increase in tax collection.
The multinational trade finance bank African Export-Import Bank, Afreximbank, launches a $300 million equity offering, using Depositary Receipts backed by its Class “D” shares.