Wednesday, July 17, 2024

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Yonas Abiye

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Sudan makes request to purchase 1,000 MW from Ethiopia

Despite ongoing disputes between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) project, the government of Sudan reportedly submitted a formal request to purchase 1,000 megawatts of electricity from Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) announced.

Former Corteva leadership dismiss accusations

The six top members of management of Corteva Agriscience Ethiopia dismissed accusations of misconduct and misuse of power, which are said to have led to conflicts in the regional office, eventually bringing about mass resignations.

Service centers to be built in Industrial Parks

The Ethiopian Industrial Parks Development Corporation (IPDC) invited local and foreign investors to build various service centers which include market centers, restaurants and housing facilities in its industrial parks located in different regional cities, The Reporter has learnt.

Management crisis hits improved seed supplier

The largest private improved seed producer and supplier, Corteva Agriscience Ethiopia a.k.a. Ethiopian Pioneer Hi-Bred Seeds, Inc., has been hit with management crisis following disputes that emerged since last month between local management and regional office, The Reporter has learnt.

Agency airs concern over Eritrean refugees in Tigray

The Agency for Refugees and Returnees Affairs (ARRA) of Ethiopia expressed its concerns on the situation of Eritrean refugees in Tigray regional state describing it as “a grave concern.”

Highlights of the fifth parliament

The Parliamentconcluded its tenureon Monday, July 5, 2021 after extending its term by a year on account of the postponed national elections hampered by the Coronavirus pandemic. The parliament’s past six years were not ordinary as the country went through a roller-coaster ride within the specified time.

THE GERD DISPUTE: A litmus test for ‘African Solutions to African problems’

The much anticipated latest round of talks held on April 6, 2021 of this year between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in Kinshasa, Congo have ended with no progress, with Egypt and Sudan attempting to politicize and internationalize the dispute.

EHRC calls for civilian protection

The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) urged the protection of civilians after receiving information of killings targeting them in the pretext of conflict.

Oxfam lists Ethiopia among worst affected by hunger

A new report released by Oxfam revealed that Ethiopia is among countries that have been chronically affected hunger.

Parents look to PM office for answers

Hundreds of worried parents and relatives of students in Tigray regional state universities were spotted marching to the Office of the Prime Minister on Friday seeking clarifications, The Reporter has learnt.