Friday, December 2, 2022

    Author Name

    Yonas Abiye

    Total Articles by the Author

    539 ARTICLE

    Sudan’s betrayal

    In over a two-decade long crisis and a civil-war-induced catastrophe that has ravaged Sudan (before and after seceding), Ethiopia has been one of the first countries to lend its hand to its neighbor.

    EHRC expresses concern over treatment of detainees in Oromia

    The Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC/Commission) expressed serious concern over the treatment of detainees in detention centres across Oromia region.

    ECX to enter mining market

    Aimed at modernizing the existing market chain, the Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX) announced it would soon join the mining market which includes the trading of gemstones by partnering with the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum to control illegal mining trading activities.

    Regulating the Easter market

    The Ethiopian holiday of Easter is upon us. Easter marks the end of the nearly two months of the Great Lent fasting season for followers of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahdo Church. With Easter set to be celebrated tomorrow, May 2, 2021, millions of people are gearing up to break the fast.

    Bureau avails three mln liters of edible Oil

    The Trade and Industry Bureau of the Addis Ababa City Administration said it supplied over three million liters of edible oil to the market through trade unions and consumers’ associations operating in the city to offset the chronic shortage and skyrocketing price of the commodity during Easter and the upcoming Eid al-Fitr. 

    Ministry supplies scrap metals to industries at lower price

    The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI) passed a decision to provide scrap metals from various public organizations to metal and manufacturing industries at a lower price, The Reporter has learnt.

    Bid for telecom licenses set to close on Monday

    The extended deadline for operators who seek to secure one of two new mobile licenses is set to close on Monday, April 26, 2021 at 10:00 AM, the Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) confirmed to The Reporter.

    REDD+ fetches over 149 mln birr from carbon trading

    Ethiopia gained over 149 million birr from carbon trading sold through REDD+, after its success in reducing deforestation and polluting gases in Bale and West Oromia.

    Drilling at Aluto Langano geothermal begins next week

    The state-owned Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) announced that drilling at the Aluto Langano geothermal project in Ethiopia's Rift Valley will begin on April 18, 2021.

    DBE lifts 20 percent payment request on leased property

    The Development Bank of Ethiopia (DBE) lifted the requirement for businesses to pay 20 percent of the total worth of a leased property.


    The business of aid

    Freedom is one of the fundamental rights accorded to humans. People should have the freedom to speak, act and think. But how does one acquire true freedom? I believe that behind freedom, there is power.

    Time for Eritrean troops to leave Ethiopia

    Ever since the federal government of Ethiopia and the...

    EEP awaits ENDF takeover to resume electricity in Mekelle

    Teams are ready to repair damaged electric lines Executives of...

    Confusion reigns over payment system reform

    Gone are the days when a telecom operator solely...