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Game changers in the making
Game changers in the making
These are ordinary people doing extraordinary things and they are set to make their mark in 2012 (EC). They are involved in many fields yet they each have great things in common - excellence.
Saudi energy firm awarded first solar project under PPP
Saudi energy firm awarded first solar project under PPP
A Saudi Arabian firm, ACWA Power, has won a USD 300 million worth solar Public Venture (PV) contract, becoming the first private company to win a mega project under the Public Private Partnership (PPP), after the PPP Board of Ethiopia approved the bid summited by the firm.
Qatari hospitality giant to invest Euro 500 milin Africa
Qatari hospitality giant to invest Euro 500 mil in Africa
The Qatari hospitality giant, Katara Hospitality, is said to be conducting its due diligence to invest Euro500 million in the African hospitality market, targetinga chain of hotels and convention centers to be built across the continent, The Reporter.
Hong-Kong textile chain to take over eight shades in Bahir Dar industrial Park
Hong-Kong textile chain to take over eight sheds in Bahir Dar industrial Park
The Bahir Dar Industrial Park is set to integrate new and upcoming textile graduates from the Bahir Dar University in its manufacturing chains as textile and garment companies’ edges closer to commence operations inside the park’s eight factory sheds.
Planned Ethiopian Orthodox demonstration called off
Planned Ethiopian Orthodox demonstration called off
The nationwide demonstration called by several bodies under the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church last week, to protest attacks on various churches and religious establishments in recent months, has been postponed to later date in November on the condition that various government bodies did not live up to the promises they have made to ensure peace and security, a statement released today said.
Grenade attack hits police camp in Oromia
Grenade attack hits police camp in Oromia
A grenade attack targeting a police camp in Burayu town, in Oromia Special Zone, some 20 kilometers North West of Addis Ababa, has left nine people injured, The Reporter has learnt.
Egypt voices concern over prolonged GERD talks
Egypt voices concern over prolonged GERD talks
Pushing towards growth and development, the Government of Ethiopia said that it will continue to maintain its position on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), despite Egypt’s unwavering attempts to pressure Ethiopia particularly on the length of time allotted to fill the dam, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia (MoFA) told The Reporter.

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Interview

Making Ethiopia and Bulgaria home
Making Ethiopia and Bulgaria home
Ivan Gaidarov is a noted Bulgarian doctor who spent his formative years in various towns within Ethiopia.
Investing in People
Investing in People
Dawit Hailu is the Managing Director and owner of Wudassie Diagnostic Center – a pioneering company involved in image diagnostic service.
A young novelist aims high
A young novelist aims high
Mihret Adal Gidi is a young novelist based in Ethiopia. She recently authored her first book, ‘Bleeding Hearts of a Butterfly’. 
Cultivating young women into leaders
Cultivating young women into leaders
Gabriella Sirak works with Meri Leadership and Mentorship and she is helping empower the next generation of leaders within the capital. Here, she reflects with Samuel Getachew of The Reporter on the initiative, on mentorship, partnership and the long-term vision of the program that has attracted much attention in recent months from powerful actors from different sectors. Excerpts:
Failed commercial farms
Failed commercial farms
Atkyelesh G.M. Persson (PhD) is a multidisciplinary researcher who studied and wrote several articles and books on environmental policy and management, global public health and public administration.
Revisiting Ethiopia’s agricultural transformation
Revisiting Ethiopia’s agricultural transformation
Tsedeke Abate (PhD) obtained his PhD from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. He got both his MSc and BSc degrees from the University of Florida, Gainesville.

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