A UK mining firm, which is in the process to develop a new gold mine in south west Ethiopia— Kefi Minerals— revealed that its day-to-day activities in Ethiopia remains unaffected after the resignation of the country's Prime Minister sparked political uncertainty last week.
EEITI launches second country report
The Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas disclosed that it is working on resolving the disputes that erupted among mining companies and local communities in some parts of the country.
Livelihood of thousands of employees at stake.
Investors engaged in the manufacturing sector presented their complaints over the critical challenges hampering their productivity to the federal government.
The Ethiopian Airports Enterprise has made a whopping 450 percent increment on facility rent.
The Enterprise leases offices in its headquarters building near the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport. It also rents offices, catering store and space for container offices and workshops at the Addis Ababa airport.
The Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) – a flagship project of the African Union Agenda 2063, an initiative of the AU to create a single unified air transport market in Africa, the liberalization of civil aviation in Africa and as an impetus to the Continent's economic integration agenda – got the green light at this year’s AU Summit.
National aviation policy to be revised
The Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA) on Thursday disclosed that it is drafting a drone regulation that enables it to license drones and control its operation.
After decades of negotiations and stalemate, finally, African countries are set to launch the African single air transport market at the African Union Heads of State and Government Summit that will take place tomorrow at the union’s headquarters in Addis Ababa.