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Revamping an iconic Hall
Revamping an iconic Hall
Pursuant to an agreement signed between the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to renovate the symbolic Africa Hall, the government of Ethiopia has granted an additional plot of 3,100 square meters of land to incorporate the renovation and preservation of the Africa Hall together with the ongoing Beautifying Sheger Project.
Multinational eyes Ethiopia’s USD 1.5 bln telecom tower market
Helios Towers, a major telecom infrastructure developer, has come to join the Ethiopian market and eyes the USD 1.5 billion tower business, expected to be installed in the coming three to five years.
African countries take critical steps in open skies agreement
African countries take critical steps in open skies agreement
The African Union member states are making significant progress in the implementation of the African open skies agreement dubbed Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM).
Experts, academia express concern about population explosion
Anxious about what would happen once Ethiopia’s population doubles in 2050, a group of professionals and academics have decided to air their concerns and make recommendations on the required approaches to abate the socioeconomic misfortune that might befall the country in the coming thirty years because of an impending uncontrolled population explosion, The Reporter has learnt.   
Chinese firms secure road projects over 6 bln birr
The Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) has signed an agreement with four contractors to upgrade four roads from gravel to asphalt at a combined cost of 6.1 billion birr.
Two suppliers make 4 billion birr offer in latest wheat tender
In a bid to supply a total of 600,000 metric tons of wheat to the Ethiopian government, two firms have given the lowest total offer of 3.88 billion birr, The Reporter has learnt.
Ethiopian CEO wins global recognitions
Ethiopian CEO wins global recognitions
Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Tewolde Gebremariam this week won two international recognitions.

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Interview

The Uneasy road to statehood
The Uneasy road to statehood
Yasin Haji Mohamud (Prof) is Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Somaliland. The Minister assumed the post replacing Saad Shire (PhD), who has served two presidents and currently heading the Ministry of Finance.
Boeing on the mend
Boeing on the mend
Ethiopian Airlines has been a reliable customer of the American aerospace company, Boeing, for more than 60 years. Ethiopian has been operating only Boeing aircraft on mid and long haul flights. In the 1960s
Taking youth activism to the level
Taking youth activism to the next level
Samson Haileyesus Kebede is a youth activist from Hawassa and is the Deputy Director of International Youth Society.
ICAO’s endeavor in ensuring aviation safety in Africa
ICAO’s endeavor in ensuring aviation safety in Africa
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is a UN specialized agency that regulates the global aviation industry. Ethiopia is one of the founding members of ICAO.
“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.

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