Monday, February 26, 2024
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Author Name

Daniel Nigussie

Total Articles by the Author

45 ARTICLE

Russian art offers different viewpoint of Europe’s war

On Friday December 15, 2023, ambassadors, art students and enthusiasts were gathered at the Pushkin art venue in Addis Ababa. Pushkin, the Russian Center...

Celebrating positive influence, change: TikTok Creative Awards

The TikTok Creative Award, held in the bustling capital of Addis Ababa, celebrated the positive impact and emerging talent on the popular TikTok platform....

Illuminating circus dreams despite obstacles

Trailblazer Sosina Wogayehu first took to the big top at the tender age of six in her native Ethiopia, beginning a storied career that...

Theatrical trailblazers offer ray of hope

By Daniel Nigussie An entertainment industry beleaguered by the aftereffects of a pandemic, political instability, and trademarking issues sees a ray of light as the...

Reviving Creativity

AAU Cultural Center returns as a haven for artistic expression The sunny afternoon of Saturday, November 18, 2023, infused Addis Ababa University's Sidist Kilo campus...

New pre-school education model draws fierce criticism

Seble Kebede takes the education of her young daughter, Amron, very seriously. Six-year-old Amron is a pupil enrolled in the kindergarten division of Emamuz...

A perilous passage

Ethio-Djibouti truckers risk it all to reach port In a heart-pounding quest fraught with danger and uncertainty, the brave truck drivers of the Ethio-Djibouti route...

Educatin’ on empty: Strained salaries threaten student success

The widening gap between teacher salaries and the rising cost of living in Ethiopia has become a significant source of stress for many educators....

Embracing the rhythm of K-Pop

On the morning of September 6, the streets of Addis Ababa's Kazanchis neighborhood were abuzz in anticipation as the South Korean Embassy prepared to...

Rising prices, dwindling hope: A battle to stay afloat

Ethiopia's skyrocketing inflation burdens families like Emebet's, pushing them to work multiple jobs. Public servants and construction workers also face financial strain. The government's limited support raises doubts, with experts emphasizing the need for peace and stability before tackling inflation.

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