Wednesday, May 22, 2024

In Depth

The diplomatic city struggling to quench...

They say population is a blessing as well as a curse; well in recent time Ethiopia looks to be feeling the pressure of population explosion approaching the big 100 million.

Eritrea digs deep for jobs

The evening sun casts a glow over the Bisha mine as the last dump trucks of the day climb up gravel tracks on their way to a refinery, where copper and zinc ore will be processed and shipped off for sale on the world market.

Anomaly in the cement industry

With the ongoing construction boom in the country, various high-rise corporate headquarters and condominiums are step by step popping up in the city.

Anomaly in the cement industry

With the ongoing construction boom in the country, various high-rise corporate headquarters and condominiums are step by step popping up in the city.
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Governance at stake

Suddenly, the Ethiopian Peoples' Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF)-led government has found itself in the middle of a chaotic period.

Under the shadow of doping

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) recently said that it has identified about half a dozen Ethiopian athletes that used performance-enhancing drugs.

Raising African consciousness

Ethiopian playwright and novelist Abé Gubegna served as a prominent voice against human injustice throughout the 1960s and 70s. To date, he still stands...

Questioning identity and responding accordingly

The country’s supreme legal document was ratified some 20 years ago. Almost as memorable as the article itself is the display of extreme jubilation by one elderly member of the Constituent Assembly.
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Trouble in paradise: Rent seeking threatening...

Nobel Laureate like Joseph Stiglitz credited Meles Zenawi for concocting an original development paradigm, one that is fit for the underdeveloped African States.

Constitutional loyalty: Is it a must...

Two weeks ago, the House of Peoples' Representatives (HPR) passed a landmark decision to dismiss three judges, one from the Federal First Instance Court and two from the Federal High Court, for an alleged breach of the code of conduct for judges.

The computer crime law: another inroad...

Internet in Ethiopia is only 20 years young and in the last two decades, like many other countries around the world, Ethiopia has embraced the ICT as a key enabler for social and economic development of the country.

Advancing Africa’s place in the global...

In today’s complex and globalized security environment, it goes without saying that African countries face various security challenges.
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