Sunday, September 25, 2022


    “Conflict always ends in negotiation”

    Yesuf Ibrahim is a founding member of the National Movement of Amhara (NaMA). He worked as the head of the strategic sector in the...

    “Nobody wants a climate resilient, prosperous, modern...

    Olufunso Somorin (PhD) Olufunso Somorin (PhD), regional principal officer of climate change and green growth for the eastern Africa region at the African Development Bank...

    “If banking was opened up before, the...

    Sewagegn Chane is director of the Public Financial Institutions supervisory department at the Public Enterprise Holding and Administration (PEHA), which regulates state-owned enterprises. Sewagegn...

    Lights, camera, action!

    Brent Quinn is a South African filmmaker and storyteller. He has been working for many years in storytelling, specifically making television series.

    Defending the developmental approach

    Professor Go Shimada (PhD) is one of the Japanese scholars who have been advocating the introduction of Kaizen in Ethiopia.

    Exploring new frontiers

    Elman Abdullayev is Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and a Permanent Representative to the African Union (AU).

    Reviving the blossom

    Alem Weldegerima is director-general of the Ethiopian Horticultural Development Agency (EHDA), a government body solely dedicated to supporting the horticulture sector which incorporates flower, fruits and vegetables and the herbs sectors.

    Brokering peace, deepening democracy

    Ambassador Seyoum Mesfin was a veteran and longest-serving Foreign Minister of Ethiopia. Currently, he is Ethiopia’s Ambassador to China, where he has been serving as such for a few years now.

    Quality is the issue

    Kebour Ghenna is the founder and director of Initiative Africa, a non-governmental organization which strives to promote qualitative education in Ethiopia.

    The soulful singer

    Wayna, born Woyneab Wondwessen, is an Ethiopian-born singer and song writer. She left Ethiopia with her mother at a young age and grew up in the  US.

    Cementing the gaps

    The Government of Ethiopia is upgrading and expanding the country's infrastructure and housing. This is bound to enhance the country's demand for cement.

    Lidetu’s take on good governance

    Lidetu Ayalew, the founder and the longest-serving president of the Ethiopian Democratic Party (EDP), rose to prominence in Ethiopia’s opposition politics during the highly contested 2005 general elections.

    Slow yet confident

    The fact that the Chinese economy is currently registering its slowest growth in 25 years and what this could mean to the global economy has become one of the hottest topics of discussion in the past one month.

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