Sunday, September 24, 2023

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Tibebeselassie Tigabu

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The white Cape Town

The arrival of Jan van Riebeeck to the gorgeous city of Cape Town paved the way for the segregation of the local black population in the costal town.

Samsung’s latest gizmos and the future with technology

Cape Town, South Africa The latest cutting-edge tech news of the past week is the launching of Quantum Led (Q-Led) 100 percent color volume TV by Samsung Electronics.

The pending case of Somaliland’s recognition

Saad Ali Shire (PhD) is the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for Somaliland. Before his appointment, he was the minister of national planning and development for five years.

Gebru Mersha – a beloved and daring academic

“Do not use a word or concept that you can not define”; “Democratize your household first," are some of the living words for which his students at Addis Ababa University (AAU) will remember the unapologetically Marxist political science and international relations professor Gebru Mersha.

Genet Alemu – a devoted artist

Genet Alemu, a 42-year-old humble and prolific contemporary artist, passed away on Sunday February 12. Her death has sent shockwaves among the art community.

The role of the elderly in contemporary marriage

The word "Shimageles" refers to the English word "elders". Before a bachelor can officially declare his hope of marrying a maiden, he must send older men on his behalf to request the allowance of the betrothal of the parents' daughter. 

The thriving translation business around stadium

Translation tends to sound easier than it is. People often think that it is just a matter of replacing each source word with the corresponding translated word, and then you are done. In fact, translation is much more complicated than that.

Airbnb in Addis

Airbnb is an online marketplace and homestay network enabling people to list or rent short-term lodging in residential properties, with the cost of such accommodation set by the property owner.

Dream interpretation in Ethiopia

Dream interpretation is the process of assigning meaning to dreams. In many ancient societies, such as those of Egypt and Greece, dreaming was considered a supernatural communication or a means of divine intervention, whose message could be unraveled by people with certain powers.

The Western Christmas fever

Western Culture has made a huge influence on the Ethiopian society in recent years. The rate of travelers coming to Ethiopia and the mainstream media have – to a large extent – shoved Western culture on Ethiopians.