Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) came walking from his residence inside the Grand Menelik Palace located off Lorenzo Teazaz Street to meet some 140 school children who came from schools from around the country on Friday December 7, 2018. He was received with ovation.
Addis Ababa City, often referred to as the capital of Africa, mostly pertaining to its being the seat of the African Union and different international organizations, is to get a major face lift with a project that extends from Entoto to Yeka Abado, The Reporter has learnt.
A Chinese national contracted to work for Ethiopian Airlines as a flight attendant in a position of trainee was deported from Addis Ababa last night amid accusation of property destruction in a feat of rage, The Reporter has learnt.
Ethiopian companies from the manufacturing sector have participated in a multi-event International Trade Fairunderway in Djibouti City; however,as a matter of coincidence almost all companies from Ethiopia at the Fair were seen represented by female business leaders.
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Interview | Dec 01
Mel Oluoch (PhD) is the new regional director of Sasakawa Africa Association based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Here, he reflects with The Reporter’s Samuel Getachew on his own career, the work of Sasakawa, on helping develop the African agricultural scene, on the challenges, successes, on the lived experiences of other nations and in the areas of nutrition and better health within the continent. Excerpts:
Interview | Nov 24
Mulugeta Tafesse is a visual artist, art critic and theoretician. He is also the author of the book ‘Towards African Mimesis: Regarding East Africa’s Art Scene Now’. Mulugata graduated from Ale School of Fine Art and Design in 1980, obtained his masters at Higher Institute of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria, a postgraduate degree from the National Higher Institute for Fine Arts in Antwerp (Be.), and then his PhD from La Laguna University in Spain.
Interview | Nov 24
Shane Quinonez (MD) is a clinical geneticist based in Michigan, in the United States. For the last four years, he has been coming to Ethiopia, helping build the local healthcare sector.
Interview | Nov 17
Girma Wake, former CEO of Ethiopian Airlines, joined Ethiopian at a young age. Girma was trained at Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy and served the airline for 34 years at various posts. In 1993 he had some disagreements with the then Ethiopian government officials and left the airlines to join Gulf Air. He also worked for DHL in the Middle East.