Addis Ababa is set to host the latest edition of Shape Africa 2017 this week. “We are looking forward to a sleepless week with Addis Shapers and 100 plus shapers across the continent,” Hellen Kassa, a Global Shaper with Addis Shapers said.
A few years ago one of the most celebrated Ethiopian artists, Lemma Guya drew portraits of African leaders who founded the then Organization of African Unity (OAU), now the African Union (AU). This pan-African exhibition can be interlinked to his most recent collection.
Steely yet to accept the award
Steely RMI PLC is finally awarded the supply contract of 50,084 tons of reinforcement bars at a total price of 1.23 billion birr by the Addis Ababa Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service, this week, it was learnt.
At the second annual conference on improving the quality of higher education, which was held at Capital Hotel on Thursday, former Ethiopian Minister of Education, Genet Zewdie (PhD), announced the launch of a new foundation to advocate for the rights of women and girls in Ethiopia.
AWiB (Association of Women in Boldness) announced the recipients of its flagship Women of Excellence award on October 19at a press conference held at its headquarters, located off Haile Gebreselassie Avenue.
The Ethiopian Nile Discourse Forum might lose its membership from the Nile Basin Forum which is located in Entebbe, Uganda since it could not be registered by the Federal Charities and Societies Agency.
Parents of children of Ethiopian Diaspora at Sandford International School in the capital have complained to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs over fees paid for students. The parents are complaining that they are being excluded from a lottery system that allows Ethiopians to enter the prestigious school based on a local rate.