Friday, June 21, 2024


Bridging the gap: The role of homecare services in modern healthcare

A mother of a 7-year-old boy, Eskedar Tefera, name...

Fairways and foreign policy: Teeing off in the heart of diplomacy

Where golf and global affairs intersect in Addis Ababa With...

Beyond Borders: Ethiopian students chase dreams abroad

Local challenges push youth towards international scholarships In the corridors...

Graduating Isn’t Enough: Graduates, Job Seekers Face Bleak Employment Prospects

Demissie Fino, a 27-year-old graduate from Kotebe Teachers College,...

Uncovering Ethiopia’s Storied Past

Tracing the footsteps of the Prophet's companions in Afar...
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Electric distribution lines rehabilitation work underway with USD 224 mln

Ethiopian Electric Utility, the state-owned power utility company, is undertaking a major rehabilitation work on electric power distribution lines in Addis Ababa and seven regional towns at a cost of 224 million dollars aimed at reducing the recurrent power supply interruption.

Who is raising your children?

The visual culture in Urban Ethiopia The 2015 American erotica romantic film, Fifty Shades of Grey, is one of the films that were able to stir controversy in recent times.

Overflow of Gibe III threatens thousands downstream

Excessive level of water at Ethiopia’s giant hydropower dam, Gibe III, has prompted officials at Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) to commence a controlled release of the water as of the coming week.

Lopez calls it quits

The Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Carlos Lopes, is leaving the organization after four years at the helm of the institution tasked with promoting Africa’s economic and social development, fostering intra-regional integration and promoting international cooperation for the continent’s development.

Education minister sacks Hawassa University president

The Minister of Education, Shiferaw Shigute has sacked the president of Hawassa University Yosef Mammo (Prof.) in connection with failure to attend a meeting in preparation for the recent conference which is being held in various institutions of higher learning across the country.

400 shops torched in Gondar

More than 400 shops and business centers in Gondar, a historical town in Northern Ethiopia and the epicenter of recent political unrest and protests, have been burnt down to the ground on Thursday with 100 million birr (provisional estimates) in properties vanishing into thin air in a single day.

Women who matter

It could be film, it could be sports or a big company, but all made a difference.

How Selamawit Dejen is challenging perceptions

The favorite words of Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation host, Selamawit Dejen Woretaw, are "Smile, as it is the world's most powerful gesture."

Acute diarrhea continues spreading, ten reported dead

Disinfectant shortage have caused price hikes The Ministry of Health (MoH) latest update indicated that new cases of Acute Watery Diarrhea (AWD) have been reported in many parts of the country.

Council of Ministers to endorse national transport policy

The Ministry of Transport has presented the draft national transport and aviation policy to the Council of Ministers for endorsement. 
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