Wednesday, June 12, 2024

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Kaleyesus Bekele

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The Ministry of Mines and Petroleum disclosed that the country generated 178 million USD from minerals export

The Ministry of Mines and Petroleum disclosed that the country generated 178 million USD from minerals export in the first quarter of the current...

Two-billion steel manufacturer on the horizon

A local company established by four Ethiopian investors, Tadash Steel Manufacturing Industry Plc, has built a steel factory at a total cost of two billion birr in Dukem town, in the Special Zone of the Oromia Regional State.

Ethiopian Shipping fleet to gain two new vessels

The Ethiopian Shipping and Logistics Service Enterprise (ESLSE) is under preparation to buy two bulk-cargo ships.

Ethio telecom to launch mobile money

After series of negotiations and deliberations, the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) has finally given the greenlight to the national telecom company, Ethio telecom to start mobile money services.

Hotels to reopen for business

Most of the hotels in Addis Ababa and regional towns, which were out of business in the past six months due to COVID-19, are reopening their doors for business. With the exception of those serving as quarantine centers, most hotels were closed for renovation in the past several months.

Gobena Mikael Imiru-the aviation legend passes away

The African airline industry this week lost an iconic personality who served the continent for more than 34 years-Gobena Mikael Imiru. Gobena served Ethiopian Airlines for 27 years and RwandAir for six years. He was loved and respected by his colleagues at Ethiopian Airlines who affectionately call him “Gena”.  Gobena joined Ethiopian at a young age of 25. He also earned a due recognition from Kigali where he served the national carrier RwandAir since 2014.  

US congress report on B737-MAX slams Boeing, FAA

A US congress report on the two fatal accidents of Boeing B737-MAX jetliners blamed the manufacturer and the regulator, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).  

Chinese company embarks on Hawassa Textile park construction

A Chinese construction firm, SINOMA Engineering, has started constructing a new industrial park in Hawassa town, the regional capital of the newly formed Sidama regional state.

Road traffic accident drops by 10 percent

Following the nation-wide road safety awareness campaign launched by the Ministry of Transport (MoT)   number of deaths caused by road accident in Ethiopia is reported to have dropped by 10.09 percent, although the overall problem is still at a crisis level, The Reporter learnt.

Local investors to build industrial park in Hawassa

Awassa Textile and Industrial Park S.C, a local company established by three Ethiopian investors, is going to build a privately-owned industry park in Hawassa town at a cost of two billion birr, The Reporter has learnt.