Canada to support study on Lega Dembi Gold Mine
The Canadian Embassy in Addis Ababa is going to finance the environmental impact assessment on the controversial Lega Dembi Gold Mine run by MIDROC Gold.
Employers Confederation vies for Al-Amoudi’s release
The newly formed Ethiopian Employers’ Confederation is preparing to request the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the release of their colleague...
MIDROC Gold demands speedy investigation into alleged environment pollution
Following the controversy over alleged environment pollution near the Legadembi gold mine, MIDROC Gold requested the Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas to expedite the study on the matter.
MIDROC Gold in hot water as crisis reaches climax
The controversy surrounding MIDROC Gold, the first large scale gold mining company in Ethiopia, reached a climax point this week when the Ministry of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas (MMPNG) decided to suspend the mining license of the company in the wake of a public outrage against the company in connection with an alleged environmental pollution.
Arabian power play
Since Sunday, the public have been captivated with unprecedented news. This time around it was not about the internal political unrest in the country, it was rather the arrest of Ethiopian-born Saudi tycoon Mohammad Hussein al-Amoudi by the Saudi Arabian government.
Coffee exporters, suppliers vexed over mysterious robbery
Leaves exporters, suppliers perturbed Exporters and suppliers in the coffee...
Conflict in Oromia impedes national dialogue preparations
Over 10 political parties yet to be on-boarded to...
Budgetary support from external partners remains disappointing
External partners' direct budgetary assistance continues to fall short...