Monday, May 20, 2024
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Nardos Yoseph

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19 ARTICLE

African aviation industry grapples with turbulent safety concerns

The passengers of a recent Ethiopian Airlines flight making its way to Hawassa were in for an unpleasant surprise when a mechanical malfunction turned...

Oromia to unveil ETB 1.2 billion khat trading centers in coming weeks

One of the three centers is located in Addis Ababa The Oromia Trade Bureau has finalized the construction of three khat trade centers with a...

Fifty years on: what have Ethiopia’s political revolutions achieved?

 Half a century has passed since history registered Ethiopia’s first modern revolution, fuelled by students’ chanting of ‘land to the tiller’ as a quest...

Revenues officials under pressure over wasting tax-to-GDP ratio, booming contraband trade

Officials at the Ministry of Revenues are pleading with Parliament to enact new policies they argue are necessary to raise the country’s languishing tax-to-GDP...

“Not an organization”: Russian BRICS delegation lobbies for alliance ahead of Moscow summit

Ethiopia’s accession to BRICS last August has been followed by mixed signals both domestically and internationally as aspirations for wider global influence are pitted...

Safaricom Ethiopia out to triple network coverage in three years

CEO calls for better regulation in telecoms, fintech Safaricom Telecommunications Ethiopia has ambitious plans to triple its telecom tower network over the coming three...

More than 150 ethnic Tigrayan former ENDF Members held unjustly in prisons: report

A report from a local civil society organization reveals that more than 150 ethnic Tigrayan former personnel of the Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF)...

Civil society decries delays in constitutional inquiry on wartime police dismissals in Tigray 

More than 1,200 police officers lost jobs for allegedly refusing to fight in two-year war Inaction from the Council of Constitutional Inquiry over issues relating...

Tigray Genocide Inquiry Commission Receives Federal Recognition

The Tigray Genocide Inquiry Commission says it has begun collaborative work with the federal government and the World Bank. Yemane Zeray (PhD), head of the...

Land, government procurement, humanitarian aid highly prone to corruption: report

A nine-month performance report from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission reveals land-related services, government procurement procedures, and humanitarian food distribution operations have become the...

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