BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE- Atnafu Endashaw, 12, travels on foot two hours every day from home to school. He is from the isolated Menja communities found in Sheka zone of … Read More
By Tesfu Telahoun To describe Ethiopia as a large country is to understate the sheer size of this truly vast nation of nations. Whether from the vantage of a bird’s … Read More
Since the dawn of civilization and up to the late 1960s, Ethiopia has played prominent even leading roles in the world history and loomed even larger on the African stage. … Read More
Ethiopia needs a national biotechnology policy in order to develop its capacity and apply the technology in agriculture, environment, health and energy sectors, say scientists.
The total profit of commercial banks in Ethiopia, grew by 24 percent this year as compared to the similar period last year. This is excluding the new private banks, which have … Read More
The Ethiopian Ministry of Mines and Energy (EMoME) failed to meet national target of increasing reserve oil of the country to 588,000 cubic from it was at 130,000 cubic meters … Read More
Following approval received at shareholder meeting last week, Nyota Minerals Ltd. (NYO.AU) announced yesterday, June 14, 2010 that it acquires 80 percent interest in land package totaling over 4,500 km2 … Read More
With the aim of expanding telephone and internet services, Ethiopian government is working to extend the current 7,000 kms of fiber-optics line to 10,000 kms in the coming three months.
Saudi Star Agricultural Development Plc, which is currently engaged in commercial rice farming in Ethiopia, is to construct rice processing factory with an investment capital of 125 million birr (around … Read More
Ethiopia, which has been in a severe electric power shortage few months ago, finally adds a new 420 Mega Watt hydro power station to its national grid.
A photographic exhibition, which shows the 13 new universities built in Ethiopia over the past few years, opens at Goethe Institute last night January 11, 2009.
BY YENENEH SISAY – The Chinese government and Ethiopia announced that they are working to increase the bilateral trade between them to three billion USD by the year 2015.
Despite the global financial crises, banking business in Ethiopia is booming. Four new banks are currently under-formation while the existing ones continue announcing profit increment every year.
The Revenue and Customs Authority of Ethiopia over the past months revoked trade licenses of 82 businesses for not starting to use the sales registering machine on the time table … Read More