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A firm stance
A firm stance
American President Donald Trump of the US held an audience with the Foreign Ministry heads of Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt in Washington DC. Furthermore, he promised to personally make an appearance in Ethiopia when the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is completed and inaugurated, according to Fistum Arega (second from right), the Ethiopian Ambassador to the United States.
Power shortage hinders Djibouti water supply
A Chinese contractor, CGC Overseas Construction (CGC-OC) Group Ltd, has blamed electric power shortages for impeding the operations of the USD 339 million worth trans-boundary water project to pump potable water to neighboring Djibouti.
Sidama to decide on statehood
Sidama to decide on statehood
The registration of voters for the Sidama referendum started on Thursday November 2, 2019. According to multiple sources from the area, the process is being conducted peacefully and that there were no threats except on a polling station around Hawassa in a place called Bilate on the first day of voter registration.
Orbis wins bid to supply 24 mln birr TV equipment to HPR
Orbis wins bid to supply 24 mln birr TV equipment to HPR
With a view of improving filming and documentation of legislators in session, the House of People’s Representatives (HPR) has awarded a private company to deliver a 24 million birr worth HD cameras, to go on air in a few months, The Reporter has learnt.
House amends law to involve diasporas in financial services
House amends law to involve diasporas in financial services
The House of People’s Representatives (HPR) has amended two separate proclamations to allow foreign nationals of Ethiopian origin to engage in local insurance and microfinance businesses.
CBE, Ethiopian strengthen partnership
CBE, Ethiopian strengthen partnership
The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia and Ethiopian Airlines are bracing their business partnership by introducing new joint transaction services.
MPs approve USD 700 mln loan agreements
MPs approve USD 700 mln loan agreements
In its third regular session, the House of People’s Representatives (HPR) has approved financial agreements worth some USD 700 million, the Ethiopian government had signed with various countries and multilateral organizations.
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Interview

“We are working towards an amendment of the establishment proclamation to ensure the full autonomy of the Commission” Daniel Bekele (PhD)
“We are working towards an amendment of the establishment proclamation to ensure the full autonomy of the Commission” Daniel Bekele (PhD)
Daniel Bekele (PhD) is the newly-minted Chief Commissioner of the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission.
Redefining the African media landscape
Redefining the African media landscape
A former journalist, Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard is a Franco-Gabonese self-made entrepreneur and angel investor. He is the founder, chairman and owner of APO Group, the leading media relations' consulting firm and press release distribution service in Africa and the Middle East which he founded 12 years ago.
Brand hotel aggressive expansion into Africa
Brand hotel aggressive expansion into Africa
Andrew McLachlan is Senior Vice President, Development, Sub-Saharan Africa, Radisson Hotel Group. Andrew is a 48-year-old South African national based in Cape Town with 28 years’ experience in the hotel industry.
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.

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