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A hidden health crisis unfolds as unsafe abortions endanger...

Bridging Continents

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Ethiopia’s job market

Rising Unemployment, shady job agencies   Mekdes Shimeles, a 24-year-old recent...

Struggles of High-Rise Living

Located on the western outskirts of AddisAbaba, the Asko...

Safety stuck on floor 1: Addis’ neglected elevators

Before properly looking at how elevators in neighboring countries...
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Experts claim rural landlessness exacerbating poverty, food insecurity

A team of researchers, who have wider experiences in the field of land administrations and policies have claimed that rural landlessness is causing an increasing pressure on rural communities and worsening poverty and food insecurity in Ethiopia.

The app revolution: IT entrepreneurs of Addis

Ushahidi, a Swahili term for “testimony”, is one of the most innovative software applications developed in East Africa based on the modern concept of crowdsourcing (the process of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people, especially an online community) and social activism.

Pioneer of Ethiopian modern art Ale Felegeselam passes away

The pioneer of Ethiopian modern art, Ale Felegeselam, passed away this week at 95. Born in Selale Fitche in 1924, Ale moved to Addis Ababa at a young age. Coming from a family of painters, his grandfather was one of the painters who left a great impact in Ethiopian church history and was also well-liked by the then Emperor Menelik.

Power shortage stifles kidney treatment in Gonder

Located in the heart of the historical town of Gonder, the Gonder Comprehensive Specialized Hospital, under University of Gonder (UoG), has announced that it has been unable to operate its modern Kidney treatments equipment such as kidney dialysis machines which are in dire demand in the town.

Bill to allow private sector participation in geothermal

A new draft bill that envisages guiding Ethiopia's geothermal resources development, sought mainly for the generation and delivery of electricity for both local consumption and export, has been tabled before the House of People’s Representatives (HPR) this week.

2 police officers, 1 woreda administrator killed following confrontations with residents

Two police officers and one woreda official were killed on Wednesday in Addis Ababa in an area commonly referred to as Kersa Kuntoma in the Nifas Silk Lafto Sub City located in western part of the capital.

Ethiopia, EU sign ‘strategic engagement’ agreement

The Ethiopian government and the European Union (EU) have signed a strategic engagement agreement that will enable the two sides to elevate the partnership on strategic bilateral issues to a more strategic level.

Lopes appointed to lead global organization adding to his UNECA post

The Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Carlos Lopes (PhD), has been appointed as commissioner for the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate (GCEC).

INSA reveals over one billion birr telecom fraud

The Information Network Security Agency (INSA) disclosed that over the past nine months the state-owned telecom company, Ethio Telecom, has lost over one billion birr to telecom fraud.

Experts hail new income tax law’s modest amendments

The new income tax law, which is making headways to reform the tax regime, is being hailed by a tax expert as the draft law offers modest adjustments and provisions that include insertions of income categories to the tax basket.
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