Recent News

  • Bill proposes liberalization of rail transport

    As the debt of the Ethiopia Railway Corporation (ERC) mounts to a staggering level, a new draft proclamation proposes to issue permit to private railway transportation service providers to be accommodated on the national railway infrastructure.

  • Uncertainty engulfs Dangote’s investment in Ethiopia

    The government of the Oromia Regional State does not have any intention to disrupt the investment activities and operations of Dangote Cement, owned by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, head of the regional communications affairs office and other cabinet members told The Reporter.

  • Ethiopian spends big at Paris Airshow

    Wins SKYTRAX Award

    Ethiopian Airlines stunned the aviation industry this week by placing a record number of passenger and cargo aircraft from leading global manufactures at the Paris Airshow, a renowned aviation exhibition held every two years in Le Bourget Airport, Paris, France.

  • City admin seeks funding for mega tourist destination project

    The Addis Ababa City Administration will be looking for loans from international financial institutions for the development of a mega tourist destination at Mount Entoto in the northern part of the city at a cost of 4.8 billion birr.

  • Budget snag thwarts housing enterprise

    Downgrades purchase order due to shortage of finance

    By Dawit Endeshaw

  • Agency invites parties to take over rewowned charity

    The Charity and Civil Society Agency on June 19 issued a five-day notice inviting interested parties to take over a noted local orphanage and charity founded and managed by philanthropist Abebech Gobena.

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  • Morocco aspiring to be hub of innovation

    With the quality of education allegedly deteriorating in many institutions of higher learning, and ensuring food security remaining an elusive goal in several African countries, Morocco is becoming a center of excellence in the field of fertilizer research and technology, reports Yonas Abiye from Ben Guerir, Morocco.

  • Inside the home of a veteran career diplomat

    By Samuel Getachew

    It is rare to be invited to the residence of a Swedish diplomat and be enriched with the culture and history of the world.

  • Curing people, one person at a time

    By Samuel Getachew

    As Ethiopia embarks on a mission to help improve its healthcare and help improve the status of its citizens and help build the country’s dwindling safety net, there are now dotted improvement in healthcare within the capital, Addis Ababa.

  • A Brooklyn designer’s Ethiopian dreams

    Bolé Road Textiles weaves modern ideas with traditional craftsmanship, to vibrant effect

  • Hats off to expat extension expert

    When it comes to awarding of bachelor degrees by institutions of higher learning here, there is an ironclad requirement.

  • Of domestic help and their brokers

    They are hidden from view but are found in many a household providing an important service. 


  • Gatoch Panom signs for Anzhi Makhachkala

    Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala have completed the signing of Ethiopian international Gatoch Panom. Gatoch has penned a three-year-deal.

  • League comes to an end as relegation battle continues

    The final games of the Ethiopian Premier League (EPL) are set to be staged across the country this weekend. Electric, Woliata Dicha, Jimma Aba Bunna, Dire Dawa City, Commercial Bank of Ethiopia and Arba Minch City have not yet secured their place for next season’s EPL campaign.  A win for the teams is the best option to avoid relegation.

  • Walias coach blame goalie for Ghana loss

    Ethiopian National Team coach has blamed Walias goalkeeper for the humiliating 5-0 defeat in the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier match against Ghana.