Ethiopia to triple coffee production

Ethiopia, the largest coffee producers is set to triple its coffee production in the coming five…

Ethiopia lost three peacekeepers in Sudan

Following helicopter crash three Ethiopian peacekeeping soldiers in Abyei Sudan died on Saturday, UN official said.

Ethiopia approves law to tackle illegal arms trade

Following the increase of illegal arms trade and the security threat it poses on the country,…

UN applauds Ethiopia’s new refugees law

The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) describes Ethiopia’s historic new refugee law, as ‘one of the most…

Ethiopia eyes selling electric power to Gulf countries

The Ethiopian Government expressed its plan to sell electric power to Gulf Countries by signing and…

Leaders welcome end of UN sanction on Eritrea

Following the United Nations Security Council decision on Wednesday, which ended the sanction on Eritrea, leaders…

New clinical trials for neglected diseases in Eastern Africa in progress

By Mekonnen Teshome – Kampala, Ugannda – Scientists working for the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative…

Mauritius joins Africa50

The Republic of Mauritius became the 30th shareholder of Africa50, the pan-African investment platform.

Ethiopia, South Sudan at risk of flooding

There is likely to be more rainfall in Ethiopia and South Sudan, which has the potential…

UN official calls for Africa’s intellectual property rights protection

The Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa, Ms. Vera Songwe calls on Africa…

Ethiopia, Sudan to deploy joint military along border

The governments of Ethiopia and Sudan have agreed to deploy a joint military force that will…

Mastercard announces Next-Generation African Leaders

Fifteen teams of a total of 32 emerging African social entrepreneurs have been selected as winners…