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The Ethiopian Airlines Group has confirmed that Eritrean aviation authorities have issued a notice of suspension for all flights to Eritrea beginning September 30, 2024. The Group says it received a letter from the Eritrean Civil Aviation Authority informing it of the suspension earlier this week, but that it is...


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Corporation, regional government locks horn over salt mining license

The Minerals, Petroleum and Biofuel Corporation has requested for an extension of its salt mining license it operates in Afar regional state, despite an...

Authority to nullify credentials of graduates from unlicensed colleges

Their competence will be evaluated ediThe Ethiopian Education and Training Authority (ETA) revealed plans to evaluate competencies of graduates from unlicensed higher learning institutions, with...

Ethiopian partners with Telebirr

Two state-owned giants, Ethio-telecom and Ethiopian Airlines, forged a deal this week that would enable customers use the Telebirr app to buy domestic flight...
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Ethiopia to substitute metal imports in five years

NEWSSouth Korean POSCO offers to assist in iron mining and steel production The Ministry of Mines (MoM) has embarked on a new plan to substitute...

A study underway to unveil incentives for locals joining parks

A study is underway to provide additional incentives to local enterprises that seek to enter industrial parks. It is being conducted by the Ministry of...

US Human rights report accuses Ethiopia of myriads of rights violation

It blames the government for failing to enforce the law of the country A seven-section human rights report compiled by the US Department of State...
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Ethiopia eligible for Afrexim bank’s USD four billion credit

Central bank says it is yet decided to receive the credit Ethiopia is among the beneficiaries of the USD four billion Ukraine Crisis Adjustment Trade...

Safaricom negotiates infrastructure lease payment in two currencies

Safaricom Ethiopia and Ethio Telecom have reached an agreement to use both the US dollar and birr as payment modalities for telecom infrastructure sharing...

Drought kills nearly 1.5 million cattle in Ethiopia

Prolonged drought following three consecutive failed rainy seasons since late 2020 has killed nearly 1.5 million livestock in the Oromia, Somali and southern part...
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Chinese Firm to repurpose Edna Mall

It plans to rent commercial spaces despite legal restrictions The plan is under review by Investment Commission East Steel Plc, the Chinese company that bought Edna...



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