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Tech changing future of education in Africa

As history has it, modern education in Ethiopia was first started by Emperor Menelik II; and the first modern school was officially opened in 1913 G.C. at Menelik's Palace. This school has left its mark in Ethiopia’s journey to modern education.

Global Alliance partners World Vision

Global Alliance for the Rights of Ethiopians (GARE), a charity founded by Ethiopian American activist Tamagne Beyene is teaming up with World Vision to financially support more than 2000 people in the Lideta and Addis Ketema sub-cities worth USD 250,000 as part of the COVID-19 response. 

Multichoice looks to support Journalists

MultiChoice is looking at finding ways to honor and support African journalists across the continent. This comes as the recognition - CNN Multichoice African Journalist awards – in partnership with CNN ended abruptly in 2016 which would have been 22 years in service.

Ethiopia poised to start vaccine trials

As the whole world rushes to find a vaccine for the coronavirus pandemic, the majority of African nations have expressed their willingness to conduct a vaccine test in their homeland.

Flash flood destroys agri research center

As heavy rainfall continues to batter the Oromia and Afar Regional States, flash flood is reported to have destroyed the Worer Research center, an important agricultural research lab,  causing an irreversible damage to expensive  projects and the surrounding area, after the Awash River burst its bank on Thursday, September o3, 2020, The Reporter has learnt.