Thursday, April 18, 2024

In Depth

High-end, high in demand

Back when the government announced the 40/60, 20/80 ad 10/90 housing schemes to address the ever-expanding demand for residential houses in Addis Ababa and large cities, the kind of turnout, which was expected at Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, although high, did not match what was actually seen on the ground.

A watchdog without claws

Fozia Amin, chief ombudswoman of Ethiopia’s Institute of the Ombudsman presented her eleven-month performance report to the House of People’s Representatives (HPR) two weeks ago, to Members of Parliament (MPs) who largely appeared to be not that moved by what is been reported.

Matching quality with quantity

Education in Ethiopia dates back to the fourth century, according to various historical records. For about 1,500 years the church controlled most of the education institutions.

Salvaging political pluralism

As outlined by the President of the Republic, Mulatu Teshome (PhD), the ruling party, the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) appears to be taking concrete steps to take corrective actions in the political space.
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Hailemariam under the spotlight

Prime Minster Hailemariam Dessalgen had busy schedule this week meeting parliamentarians and the press to deliberate on pertinent political and economic issues.

The Western Christmas fever

Western Culture has made a huge influence on the Ethiopian society in recent years. The rate of travelers coming to Ethiopia and the mainstream media have – to a large extent – shoved Western culture on Ethiopians.

Reporting on the Nile

A great majority of media reporting on the Nile concentrates on conflicts and disagreements. Particularly, the media in downstream countries focuses on the possible challenges and threats that these countries may face.

Barren farmlands

In recent years detailed studies and reports coming out of the Office of the Prime Minister are becoming quite the conversation starters.
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Battling for the chair

Since the establishment of the African Union (AU) on 26th of May 2001 in Addis Ababa, the role of the continental organization on issues vital to Africa has gone up considerably.

FETO redefining Turkey’s foreign policy

Ethiopia and Turkey have good relations. And because of this good relation between the two countries, Turkey expects more from Ethiopia in her fight to get rid of the Fethulah Gulen Movement, or the Fetullah Gulen Terrorist Organization (FETO) after the Turkish government labeled it as a terrorist organization, from Turkey and the world.

Reliving life through memorabilia

Hoarding has been part of the Ethiopian lifestyle for years on end. This is considered by some as a challenging problem.

Ayka Addis: a blip in Ethiopia’s...

Textile is among the five light manufacturing sectors that Ethiopia has placed so much hopes and dreams to further its industrial drive and generate sustainable export revenue.
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