Friday, June 2, 2023


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...

Sip and Paint: Unwinding in style, inspiring creativity!

Addis Abeba's young people have taken to a trend known as "Sip and Paint" during the past few years, giving those who are interested...

Wolde Faye Koricha: Samra Origins’ first coffee producer

Ethiopia has been interwoven with the history of coffee for centuries. In fact, Ethiopia is renowned as the origin of coffee. Even after it...

The public transport nightmares for pregnant women

The public transportation service of Addis Ababa leaves a lot to be desired. There is a long way to go before it meets the required standards.

The perplexing nightlife during Lent

On many occasions, finding a number of people guzzling juice and devouring vegetables after 7:00 in the evening is a somewhat uncommon trend to observe in Addis Ababa since it is usually a time when people go to bars to spend a couple of hours sipping beer.

The complicated case of dementia

What do former United States President Ronald Reagan, former Prime Ministers of the UK Harold Wilson, renowned footballer Ferenc Puskás, Academy Award winning actor Charlton Heston and Nobel laureate Charles K.
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From Kalashnikov to the brush

Brothers at War, was the phrase used by the Western media to describe the Ethio-Eritrea war that took place from May 1998 to June 2000.

To live or leave: the story of roommates

The informal term for roommate is roomie, which is commonly used by university students in different parts of the world.

It is getting quiet in here!

Given the city’s status as the headquarters of the African Union and the special attachment that the country has with reggae artists, which they publicize in their songs, one would expect A-list artists would be flocking to Addis Ababa to perform all the time.
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Dire Dawa: city in the doldrums

People used to refer to Dire Dawa as the second biggest city in Ethiopia. Indeed the town was once a vibrant trade center in the eastern part of the country and it was all thanks to the now defunct Ethio-Djibouti Railway System.

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