Around 23 people (17 male and 6 female) reported dead on Monday in a single road traffic accident in Amhara region of Ethiopia.
A forum by the Nairobi – based Africa Logistics Properties (ALP), discusses logistics challenges in East Africa mainly supply chain.
Hilton today signs a deal which marks the first for the brand in Africa and a milestone of 100 hotels trading or under development on the African continent for Hilton … Read More
Ethiopia’s National Intelligence and Security Service said it has foiled terrorists’ attack by capturing several members of the terrorist groups Al Shabaab and IS. The terrorists were preparing to attack … Read More
Ethiopian Sugar Corporation, the state agency in charge of sugar development in Ethiopia, aims to produce 483,532 tons of sugar during the current fiscal year of Ethiopia started July 8, … Read More
Goh Betoch Bank, a new financial institution that aims to reintroduce mortgage banking (loan for housing construction) in Ethiopia, offers its share to the public.
Intellectuals and business leaders gathered in Addis Ababa this morning debate about the benefits of Ethiopia’s “urgency” to privatize the state owned mega enterprises such as Ethio Telecom and Ethiopia … Read More
Some 40 Africa leaders are set to take part in the first Russia–Africa Economic Forum and Summit scheduled to take place in Sochi, Russia from 23–24 October, 2019.
Ethiopian Airlines, one of the leading aviation companies in Africa, celebrates the 20th anniversary of its frequent flyer program, ShebaMiles.
Passengers flying Ethiopian Airlines with layover between 8 and 24 hours in Addis Ababa are set to have their end-to-end layover experience transformed with the airline’s digitized transit package dubbed … Read More
Climate finance provided and mobilized by developed countries for climate action in developing countries reached $71.2 billion in 2017, up from $58.6 billion in 2016, according to new estimates from … Read More
The United States and Ethiopia officially signed a new statement of partnership agreement to continue working closely together to end tuberculosis (TB) across the country.
Ethiopia, which uses the Julian Calendar, declares the end of confusion year 2011 and the beginning of a prosperous new year 2012 on September 12.
By Peter Drummond – Economic progress in East Africa is currently outperforming all other regions on the continent, with an average annual growth rate of close to 7% at present.
A private business incubator in collaboration with government agencies is set to link 150 African innovators with potential investors, which is expected to result in creation of some 100,000 job … Read More
The government of Ethiopia needs to get 15 years of preparation in order to impliment the flat / similar trade tariff proposed by the African Free Continental Trade Area (AfCFTA) … Read More
The government of Ethiopia has launched a homegrown economic reform, which will propel the country to become Africa’s prosperity icon by 2030.
On behalf of the humanitarian community in Ethiopia, the United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Ethiopia, Mr. Steven Were Omamo, strongly condemns the killing of two aid workers.
Ethiopia has earned $318 million from the export of flowers and other horticulture products in the concluded fiscal year, which ended July 7, 2019.
Chargé d’Affaires David Renz today administered the oath of service to 23 new Peace Corps Volunteers, who will teach English language in different public schools in Ethiopia.
Over 500 participants from 52 countries across the globe have converged in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, for the 14th Global Forum on Human Settlements (GFHS 2019).
The software technology giant, Microsoft, and the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) are set to co-create technology solutions in agriculture that benefits 30 million African farmers including … Read More
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE), says it is preparing to undertake Sidama referendum and general elections of Ethiopia on schedule – within the coming nine months.
New report says an estimated 27 million people – or 24% of the total food insecure people in the world– lived in seven East African countries namely – Ethiopia, Djibouti, … Read More