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Ethiopia makes phenomenal improvement In world press freedom index
Ethiopia makes phenomenal improvement In world press freedom index
The World Press Freedom Index-2019, annual index published since 2002 by the French based Reporters without Borders, aka Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF), has ranked Ethiopia 110th out of 180 countries in general level of media freedom exhibiting an improvement of 40 places in ranking since last year where the administration of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) took over the reins of power at Arat Kilo.
Another cabinet reshuffle
Another cabinet reshuffle
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) appoints former Amhara and Oromia regional state administrators, Gedu Andargachew and Lemma Megerssa, as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Defense, respectively. Similarly, the current minister of Defense, Ayisha Mohammed (Eng.) was reassigned as Minister of Construction & Urban Development.
The Sudanese Conundrum
The Sudanese Conundrum
The situation in Sudan remains uncertain following the ousting of the long serving president, President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir by the military,on Thursday, and the mass protest which led to the weakening of al-Bashir’s administration still showing no sign of letting up.
Audit contributes to arrest of officials, business people
The Government of Ethiopia’s latest corruption crackdown, in which 59 officials and business people suspected of corruption charges were arrested,was said to have strong connection with audit findings that Federal Auditor General have been presented to the House of People’s Representatives over the years, The Reporter has learnt.
Forex crunch stirs lubricants shortage
Forex crunch stirs lubricants shortage
A critical shortage of motor oil and grease is enraging motorists in the country, it was learnt. 
AEUP elects Mamushet Amare as chairman
AEUP elects Mamushet Amare as chairman
The All Ethiopian Union Party (AEUP), which was conducting its general assembly in the presence of 459 members last weekend, elected Mamushet Amare as the new chairman of the party while Abraham Getu was elected as the deputy chairman, The Reporter has learnt.
Accident Investigation Bureau embarks on second phase of crash investigation
Accident Investigation Bureau embarks on second phase of crash investigation
The Ethiopian Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has embarked on the second phase of the accident investigation on the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing B737-8MAX jetliner that crashed on March 10 few minutes after takeoff.

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“Today, farmers understand the value of quality supply”
“Today, farmers understand the value of quality supply”
Hilina Belete is the General Manager of Hilina Enriched Foods PLC. The company is noted for producing nutritious products for children facing severe acute malnutrition for more than two decades.
“Ethiopians can expect to live longer than the average citizen in Sub-Saharan Africa”
“Ethiopians can expect to live longer than the average citizen in Sub-Saharan Africa”
Alisa Kaps, a researcher at the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, was in Ethiopia last week, releasing a timely report titled: “From Land of Famine to Land of Hope” Will Ethiopia Become a Model for an African Upswing.
Ethio-Germany player pursuing football consultancy
Ethio-Germany player pursuing football consultancy
Born in Germany from an Ethiopian father and a German mother, David Beshah used to play in for different teams in Germany.
The current leadership in retrospect
The current leadership in retrospect
Kebour Ghenna is a businessman and former president of both the Addis Ababa and Ethiopia chambers of commerce and sectorial associations.
“Ten years from now, I believe Ethiopia will be a country of stable democracy and on a positive trajectory to prosperity”
“Ten years from now, I believe Ethiopia will be a country of stable democracy and on a positive trajectory to prosperity”
Nathenael Feleke Aberra was one of the members of the once banned Zone 9 blogging group in Ethiopia. He spent a year-and-a-half in prison, including the infamous Ma’ekelawi for his political beliefs and activism.
“Ethiopia still needs a lot of work when it comes to ensuring universal health coverage”
“Ethiopia still needs a lot of work when it comes to ensuring universal health coverage”
Markos Feleke (MD) is an Ethiopian American entrepreneur involved in a number of projects in Ethiopia, including a medical center, an education facility and volunteerism.

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