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 On reform track
 On reform track
The sole telecom operator, Ethiopia Telecom, has urged various government authorities and individuals to refrain from making erroneous statements on the on-going telecom reform program aimed at ending the state monopoly on the telecom sector.
EPRDF denouncesTPLF’s stance over unified party
EPRDF denouncesTPLF’s stance over unified party
The Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) has downplayed the recent strongly-worded statement issued by the Tigray People Revolutionary Liberation Front (TPLF), one of its member parties, in relation to the ongoing efforts to create a unified party structure; the statement by TPLF violates the discipline and the working procedures of the front, the council lamented.
Amhara requests Federal interventionto control violence in Gondor
Amhara requests Federal interventionto control violence in Gondor
Rocked by weeks of violence,and loss of life of dozens of civilians and regional security officers, the Amhara Regional State has asked for the intervention of the federal security forces including the army to solve the security problems’ plaguing the region, The Reporter has learnt.
PM Abiy meets Afar, Somali leadership
Days after the recent killings of civilians in the Afar as well as in Somali Regional States, the federal government has finally broke its silence, whereby Prime Minster Abiy Ahmed (PhD) has met with the leadership of the two regions to discuss over the issue, The Reporter has learnt.
Power Utility breaks METEC’s supplymonopoly
Power Utility breaks METEC’s supplymonopoly
Effectively ending the long-standing electric equipment supply monopoly that Metals and Engineering Corporation (METEC), the now failing military conglomerate, had over the state-owned power utility company, Ethiopian Electric Utility (EEU), for many years, it has openly issued invitations to local manufacturers this week to supply the products, The Reporter has learnt.
Ethiopia to host first Social Enterprise World Forum
The Social Enterprise World Forum is coming to Addis Ababa for the first time. The week-long gathering is to be hosted inside the headquarters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA).
Eutelsat joins race for Ethiopia’s telecom sector
Eutelsat joins race for Ethiopia’s telecom sector
The France based, European Organization of Telecommunications by Satellite S.A. (Eutelsat) has expressed its interest to join the Ethiopian telecommunications sector, following the liberalization decision taken by the government.

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Interview

Hope for a better world
Hope for a better world
Haddis Desta Tadesse is Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Director for Ethiopia and the African Union (AU), where he leads a team which oversees partnerships across the region and investments in Ethiopia’s agricultural development, health, financial services, water, sanitation, nutrition and emergency relief programs.
Scaling up the growth
Scaling up the growth
A Star Alliance member airline and a four-star airline rated by SKYTRAX, Ethiopian Airlines Group is today the biggest airline in Africa.
Contextualizing displacement, the right to development
Contextualizing displacement, the right to development
Solomon Tekle (PhD) is an Assistant Professor of Law at the School of Law of the University of Gondar. His research interests include development, law and human rights. His recent research project: “Forced Displacement from Land as a Limit for the Realization of the Right to Development in Ethiopia”, looks into the recent displacements in the country, government’s response to problem and how it affects the displaced in terms of realizing their right to development.
Renewed impetus to improve Africa’s infrastructure 
Renewed impetus to improve Africa’s infrastructure 
The African Union Commission (AUC) held a policy dialogue conference on facilitating the implementation of the Program for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) from September 24 to 26, 2019 in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.
Carving out space for Japan in Africa
Carving out space for Japan in Africa
Ambassador Fumio Shimizu is the head of the Japanese Mission to the African Union (AU). A lawyer by profession, Shimizu is a seasoned Japanese diplomate and official at the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Working on digital safety
Working on digital safety
Netsanet Muluneh was recently awarded the East African Women’s Digital Safety Fellowship which has taken her to Entebbe, Uganda as part of the one-year program.

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