Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Author Name

Samuel Getachew

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Breaking the glass ceiling, turning the tide

Summit amplifies need for more women to take the reins in Africa. Recurring conflicts and devastating famine continue to disproportionately impact African communities and take...

Savior in the Shadows

A Catholic Priest's Battle to Rescue 'Drug Mules’ Father John Wotherspoon, a Catholic priest, has embarked on a courageous and perilous mission to provide an...

No respite for low income residents, sanitation woes escalate

In a run down and dusty section of Addis Ababa - far from its skyscrapers that have defined its progress for the last decade...

Mudasser Siddiqui: the new man promoting child rights in Ethiopia

Mudasser Siddiqui is the new Country Director of Plan International Ethiopia. With over 15 years of experience in international development, he has worked in a number of countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East on issues of children rights, gender issues, humanitarian advocacy and emergency, among others.

A scoop of Austria-Ethiopia relations

Just two years in the nation, he is excited with his posting that included a visit of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, shortly after his tenure began in 2018.

Digitizing Health

Pazion Cherinet is the Chief Executive of Orbit Health. Here, he reflects with The Reporter’s Samuel Getachew on the new company, on his vision of transforming the local healthcare system, on digitalizing it, on the new partnership with Mastercard Foundation and what inspired him to start the company and more.

Iconic Selamta magazine stops publication for good

Selamta, the in-flight magazine of Ethiopian Airlines, stopped its publication for good.

International scam hits local residents

An international scam known as ‘black money scam’ that has affected countless people around the world, is hitting local residents in Addis Ababa, according to police officers The Reporter spoke too.

Cascara Coffee & Cocktails

Cascara Coffee & Cocktails, inside Hyatt Regency is now one of the hottest spots in the capital.

A taste of D.C in Addis

From afar, Tryst coffee shop on the off street of the busy Bole road is as ordinary as the word ordinary can possibly get. Inside a room that is slightly bigger than a single parking spot, with no extraordinary features to lure one in, this particular cafe has become a meeting hub for the Diaspora as well as diplomats who seek to social and network, despite its space.