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Dawn of  election
Dawn of  election
Ethiopia, a democracy in the making, and has been for the past three decades, is preparing for what is thought to be a memorable election: the national election of 2020. In preparation for the election the brand new National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) under the former self-exiled politician and judge, Birtukan Midekssa, looks to be grasping at straws to make the August 16 timetable.
Commissioner blames non-state actors for human rights violations
Commissioner blames non-state actors for human rights violations
The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has revealed new human rights violator’s in a six-month performance report presented to the House of People’s Representatives (HPR). The report said these violators of human rights mostly constitute of non-state actors who either serve as a driving force or directly engage in the right violation over the past few years across the nation.
FDI inflow drops to USD 2.5 bln
FDI inflow drops to USD 2.5 bln
Once a champion in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) attracting to the tune of USD 4.2 billion, Ethiopia’s FDI has slowed to USD 2.5 billion, landing at the lowest amount recorded since 2016, The Reporter has learnt.
Ethiopian invests heavily on digital technology
Ethiopian invests heavily on digital technology
Ethiopian Airlines has invested more than USD 40 million in the past five years on latest ICT technologies to boost online sales.
EU Policy Officer meets MPs
EU Policy Officer meets MPs
With the schedule for the upcoming general election not yet clear, the European Union (EU) has announced that it is closely scrutinizing the prevailing realities before deploys its election observers to Ethiopia.
Ministry grants five mineral exploration licenses
Ministry grants five mineral exploration licenses
The Ministry of Mines and Petroleum yesterday granted five mineral exploration licenses for local and foreign mining firms.
Canada’s Trudeau to visit Ethiopia
Canada’s Trudeau to visit Ethiopia
With a successful re-election under wraps, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to visit Addis Ababa. This would be a belated visit having been paused when the Prime Minister became embroiled in a political crisis at home that ultimately reduced his majority status to that of a minority.

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Interview

“Tell it and tell it well”
“Tell it and tell it well”
Hermela Aregawi is an Ethiopia American journalist based in the United States. Here she reflects with Samuel Getachew of The Reporter on her career, on her journey to the North American nation, on coming back to Ethiopia and finally gives her advice to those who may want to emulate her journalism career. Excerpt:
Africa’s regional integration will benefit all
Africa’s regional integration will benefit all
Ibrahim Mayaki is chief executive officer of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), which is currently transforming into the African Union Development Agency (AUDA)—the implementing arm of the AU.
Alliance against hunger
Alliance against hunger
Sara Worku is the Alliance2015 Coordinator in Ethiopia. It is European nation’s initiative to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The versatile businesswoman
The versatile businesswoman
Tiliksew Gedamu is a noted entrepreneur involved in a wide range of business interests across Ethiopia, notably in the hospitality industry.
Rekindling Africa focus
Rekindling Africa focus
Philip Parham was appointed the UK government’s Envoy to the Commonwealth on 18 June 2018. He is also the Special Envoy for the UK-Africa Investment Summit 2020 which takes place in London in January 2020.

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