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Regional to federal
The House of Peoples’ Representatives (HPR) has endorsed the nomination put forth by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) in his latest bid to shuffle his Cabinet. Accordingly, Lemma Megerssa andGedu Andargachew, former heads of the Oromia and Amhara Regional States, were chosen to assume key ministerial positions ofthe Ministry of Defense (MoD) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), respectively.
Ministry grants eight exploration licenses
Ministry grants eight exploration licenses
The Ministry of Mines and Petroleum this week granted eight minerals exploration licenses to seven mining companies.
Ethiopian anticipates becoming a USD 25 billion company
Ethiopian anticipates becoming a USD 25 billion company
As part of its fast and profitable growth strategy Ethiopian Airlines Group is planning to become a USD 25 billion company by 2035, it was learnt.
Ethiopia soars in world press freedom index
Ethiopia soars in world press freedom index
The World Press Freedom Index-2019, an annual index published since 2002 by the French based Reporters without Boarders 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.
Suppliers fear wheat contamination at port storage
Suppliers fear wheat contamination at port storage
24,250 metric tons of wheat imported from abroad and stored in the Port of Djibouti for weeks, has suppliers fearing it might be exposed to contamination if it is going to stay there any longer, The Reporter has learnt.
Oromiapicks new, de facto president
Oromia picks new, de facto president
Joining Tigrai and Somali Regional States as well as Addis Ababa City Administration,the Oromia Regional State has become the fourth region to appoint Vice President, whois not a member of its regional council—ChefeOromia,asits next de factopresident to lead the region in a turbulent period.
54 Capital partners with MiNT
54 Capital partners with MiNT
54 Capital Group, the African-focused asset management company, which is headquartered in Dubai and London with a growing interest in Ethiopia, has donated six million birr to facilitate innovation and technology startups and development.

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“We are committed to helping build a digital economy that works for everyone”
“We are committed to helping build a digital economy that works for everyone”
Ann Cairns, the President of International markets with MasterCard, was in the capital earlier this week invited to take part on a high-profile panel on women empowerment during the visit of Ivanka Trump. 
“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.

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