Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Tag: In Depth

Are we not supposed to feel economic growth?

In a press briefing at the Prime Minister’s Office on Thursday September 2, 2021, State Minister of Finance, Eyob Tekalign (PhD) explained about the successes and challenges of the Ethiopian economy over the past couple of years.

Third time is the charm for Elections in parts of Ethiopia

When PM Abiy Ahmed (PhD) assumed the chairmanship role of the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) that went on to become Prosperity Party (PP), and the Premiership, Ethiopians were euphoric.

The murky grounds of government communication

In December 2020, Xinhuanet quoted UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres as saying: “We have no proof of the presence of Eritrean troops inside Ethiopia.

Worsening Ethio-Sudan relations

A briefing paper of the Small Arms Survey conducted by the seasoned scholar of the Horn, John Young, entitled “Conflict and Cooperation: Transitions in Modern Ethiopian–Sudanese Relations,” published in May 2020, projected that the multifaceted and established relations between Ethiopia and Sudan that have registered tremendous development in the past couple of decades, are about to cease and the relation between the two is entering into uncharted territory.

Bewildered once again after Power’s visit

This week was busy for the diplomats working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and its higher officials, mainly due to the visit made by two high level international diplomats engaged in the areas of humanitarian assistance and aid.


Central bank bans consignment payment for beef exports

-Exporters must get full payment before shipping - Experts are...

Almost half of CSOs in Tigray remain inactive

Some have lost personnel, managerial staffs to war Nearly half...

Four Tigray cities need five billion birr to repair water infrastructure

3.2 million people face water shortage Up to five billion...

Chinese-funded road project in jeopardy, as debt restructuring delays

Financing for the project may come from government coffers The...