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Abiy assures Al Amoudi's release
Abiy assures Al Amoudi's release
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) announced today that he has discussed the release of jailed Ethiopian-born Saudi Arabian Sheik Mohammed Al Al Amoudi with the Saudi Crown Price Mohammad Bin Salman and said that he got positive response.
Leading the way
Leading the way
The second tripartite high-level ministerial meeting between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt was conducted in Addis Ababa on Tuesday. The meeting was concluded after the three countries agreed on major issues that were controversial since the inception of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
Security forces searching culprits of Dangote employees’ homicide
Security forces searching for culprits of Dangote employees’ homicide
 National Defense Forces, Federal Police and Oromia Police forces are searching for the culprits who on Wednesday May 16 murdered employees of Dangote Cement Ethiopia, near the factory 80km west of Addis Ababa.
DBE president submits resignation
DBE president submits resignation
Almost two years after joining the Development Bank of Ethiopia (DBE), Getahun Nana, former vice-governor of the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE), has tendered his resignation to the Office of the Prime Minister, The Reporter has learnt.
Heineken introduces new flavors
Heineken introduces new flavors
Heineken Brewery SC has introduced two new beers to Ethiopian market called Sofi Buna and Walia 3.3.
Attorney General to sue Dutch company over teff patent
Attorney General to sue Dutch company over teff patent
The Ethiopian government has delegated the Office of the Attorney General (AG) to file charges at the International Court of Arbitration against the Dutch Company that patented teff grain.
Disgruntled ETO employees threatens to sue
With a new team at the helm of the Ethiopian Tourism Organization (ETO), half a dozen employees who worked under its former CEO, Yohannes Tilahun are accusing the enterprise of withholding their pay, firing them with no cause in violation of their work contract and not following due process.
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Filling the Dam
Filling the Dam
Kevin Wheeler is an engineer and project manager with over 15 years of experience in the area of water resources planning and engineering, hydrologic and hydraulic systems modeling, water delivery system design and construction, and stakeholder education and capacity building.
Unwavering struggle for nationhood
Unwavering struggle for nationhood
Saad Ali Shire (PhD) was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Somaliland in October 2015. Prior to his appointment he was the Minister of National Planning and Development for five years from 2012 to 2015.
Bleak prospect for agriculture
Bleak prospect for agriculture
Getachew Diriba (PhD) is an agricultural economist with years of accumulated field and research experiences.
Developing coders
Developing coders
Jelani Nelson is an Ethiopian - American (assistant) professor at Harvard University in Computer Science.
Commitment to save and improve women’s lives
Commitment to save and improve women’s lives
Marie Stopes has been in Ethiopia for eon. It has provided safe abortions and a slew of healthcare services for thousands of women in Ethiopia.
The Ethiopian economy:
The Ethiopian economy: The good, the bad and the worst
An expert in macro-economics and a vast experience in the Ethiopian financial sector, Eyob Tesfaye (PhD) is one of the pundits willing to express his views and suggest solutions for economic matters of the country.