Using motorcycle engine, an Ethiopian high school student invented a vehicle that travels 40 kilometers using one liter of fuel.
The Board of Directors of the Ethiopian Diaspora Trust Fund (EDTF) announces the completion of project proposal reviews shortlisting 22 projects.
Unidentified armed gangs have shot and killed six teenagers in northern part of Ethiopia Amhara region Tsegede area at a place called Adman.
A fatal car accident in Ethiopia occurred on Sunday around Meki town, some 150 kilometers South of the capital Addis Ababa, claimed lives of 22 people.
The Government of Ethiopia has revised its college acceptance quota that forces higher education institutions in the country to enroll 70 percent of their students under natural science field of … Read More
BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE – Unlike other coffee producing African countries, such as Uganda, and Burundi, more than half of Ethiopia’s coffee production is consumed locally. No matter how poor … Read More
The school feeding program launched recently by the Addis Ababa City Administration has created jobs for 10,000 mothers and parents of students in the capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
Ethiopian court sent to jail a Nigerian national for entering the country carrying 175 grams of narcotic drug known as, cocaine.
The annual gross profit (before tax) of Wegagen Bank of Ethiopia for the budget year ended June 30, 2019 has dropped to around 735.14 million birr (about $23.2 million) compared … Read More
BY MEKONNEN TESHOME – Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Ali Al-Amoudi, Chairman and Owner of the leading Ethiopian investment group, Midroc Ethiopia, is set to invest 4 billion birr (around $126.2 million) … Read More
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia launches a 2.2 billion birr (about $69.3 million at current exchange rate) road construction project in Jimma, Oromia region of the country to be … Read More
An Eritrean official accuses of Al Jazeera TV, which is owned by the Government of Qatar for being biased in reporting about Eritrea after the peace deal with the neighboring … Read More
The government of Ethiopia has charged the former Chief executive officer of Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP), Eng. Azeb Asnake for corruption along with Metal Engineering Corporation (METEC) officials.
Concluding his two days visit to Ethiopia, President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea returned back to Asmara today.