Deliver Addis (Universal Courier Services PLC), the pioneer e-commerce company in Ethiopia primarily enraged in food delivery, now expands its business to online marketplace in response to increased demand caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
By retaining 60 percent, the Government of Ethiopia is set to sell 40% of Ethio Telecom ending the state’s monopoly of the sector for about a century.
The Government of Ethiopia today invites foreign telecom operators to express their interest to enter the second most populous African market currently being served with the state company – Ethio Telecom.
South Sudan’s first mobile money service, m–GURUSH has launched its International remittance service on their Mobile Money Platform.
Dealing with the health and economic challenges of COVID-19 has made one point abundantly clear for African countries – “that we need broadband, faster, cheaper, and expanded to the last mile of our populations.”
Ethio Telecom, the fully state owned telecommunications service provider in Ethiopia, today announced donating 100 million Birr (about $3 million) in support of the country’s effort to prevent the spread coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Jack Ma Foundation is set to officially launch the second edition of the “Africa’s Business Heroes” (ABH) prize competition this evening. The program will enable African brightest minds to secure grant for their business ideas.
As the world grapples with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, three e-payment platforms in Ethiopia, namely Amole, HelloCash and M-BIRR urge customers to use their technology to avoid crowds in banks.
The U.S. government and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) today launch the third round of nationwide innovation competition to encourage young Ethiopians to address community issues through the application of software, hardware and other technologies.
The Internet Society, the international institution that supports and promotes the development of the Internet as a global technical infrastructure, held its conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia today.
Renowned Japanese technology companies, Toshiba and Toyota as well as a Turkish company have secured a geothermal project deal from the Government of Ethiopia.