Saturday, June 10, 2023


A Portal to the Past

Tucked away in a neighborhood now far removed from its aristocratic origins stands a historic home that holds secrets of Addis Ababa's past, traces...

Reconnecting with nature in the heart of the city

Camping and hiking have become increasingly popular as a source of relaxation in recent years, particularly among younger people seeking new forms of entertainment...

Sewasew Multimedia: streamlining Ethiopia’s music scene

The convenience that music streaming services offer to music fans has led to their widespread adoption. It is now possible to listen to music...

The challenges in inclusive education

Children with physical and mental disabilities experience personal limitations in the social, psychological and economic spheres, some of which can be alleviated with parental, community and governmental support.

The hikers of Addis

Hiking is a long, vigorous walk usually on trails (footpaths). It is a popular activity with numerous hiking organizations worldwide, and studies suggest that all forms of walking have health benefits. 

The app revolution: IT entrepreneurs of Addis

Ethiopia is a late bloomer in the area of technology and specifically information technology. The rest of the world looks to be in a rush to embrace the latest developments in the IT sector while dedicating a huge level of financial and infrastructural investment to this sector.
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The foodies of Addis

In Season 23, Episode 491 of The Simpsons–one of America’s popular animated TV series—Marge, Bart and Lisa Simpson went inside an Ethiopian restaurant after their car broke down in Little Ethiopia, Los Angeles.

Graffiti: The art of expressing oneself

Graffiti are writings or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched, or painted illicitly on a wall or other surface, often within public view. It ranges from simple written words to elaborate wall paintings.

Horse-riding in Addis

Horseback riding is one of the most secluded sporting events in the world where the most elite and the well-to-do partake in the activity. The world of horseracing is even worst.
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Julie Mehretu’s The Addis Show

Cairo, an artwork that embodies the dichotomy of the ancient, contemporary, social and political life of the capital of Egypt, received critical acclaim from the art world.

Telling stories without fear

From the Kosovo war to Syria, reporting conflict has always carried big risks. War reporters know that covering conflicts can come at a price. Their jobs require them to go to the most conflict-ridden parts of the world.

The freethinkers of Addis

Ethiopia is a deeply religious country with the two Abrahamic religions—Christianity and Islam—being the dominant ones.
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Misogyny on social media

Social media has exploded over the past decade with the Internet enabling people to contact each other from all over the world instantly.

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