Wildfire has burn 340 hectares of forest in Ethiopia’s Simien National Park, which is found in Amhara Region. The fire, which has begun three days ago, has not yet contained.
Uniliver, a multinational consumer products manufacturing company, has started producing toothpaste in Ethiopia.
Global e-commerce sales grew 13% in 2017, hitting an estimated $29 trillion, according to the latest numbers released today by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
The lack of development aid earmarked to help poorer countries build the infrastructure and skills they need to adapt to the digital economy raises profound questions that decision-makers from governments, businesses and civil society organizations will address next week at…
The inhabitants of Addis Ababa have been under constant attack by narrow Oromo nationalists leading to ethnic violences and mass displacement since the coming of the reformist Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to power, says the Addis Ababa International Movement (AIM),…
Africa cannot have sustainable development without sustaining peace, United Nations Deputy Secretary General, Amina Mohammed said Saturday.
A new report by the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) points out how Africa government can boost their revenue by up to 20% of their GDP.
The public sector cannot provide enough finance to make African countries resilient to climate change impacts, and funding from the private sector is hard to come by. At the same time, many grassroots adaptation initiatives are being developed and some…
The Ethiopian Parliament today passes the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) by officially beginning its journey to liberalization of the long awaited financial sector.
Refuting today’s New York Times reporting, Ethiopia Airlines said all its pilots have gone through Boeing recommended training before they start flying the B-737-800 MAX.
The Embassy of Japan in Ethiopia has contributed $2.5 million to UN Children’s Fund Ethiopia to help alleviate the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) needs of some 400,000-people displaced by droughts and ethnic conflicts.
Digitization has been variously described as pivotal in ramping-up revenue collection for financing Africa’s development.
Chief Macroeconomist at the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Adam Elhiraika, who is co-author of the 2019 Economic Report on Africa, advices African countries to abandon tax holidays for investors.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Ethiopian Red Cross Society (ERCS), provided emergency assistance to displaced people in West and Central Gondar zones of Amhara region of Ethiopia.
Ethiopian Ministry of Revenue collected over 130.7 billion birr ($4.6 billion) during the first eight months of Ethiopian budget year started July 8, 2018.
Egypt has affirmed its strong support for the African Development Bank as a development partner and is committed to strengthening regional integration, the country’s Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly said during a meeting in Cairo with a Bank delegation.