Informal associations across the country, which were formed to fight against oppressive regimes in times of difficulty to operate as formal institutions, are now playing roles in place of the government, Nigussu said. This is because of the government’s failure to exploit their potential as a tool to bring about peace and stability and the lack of job creation.
The 8th Civil Bench of the Federal High Court at Lideta has suspended the transfer of the title deeds of more than 18,000 40/60 condo houses which were slated for handover to homeowners who were picked from hundreds of thousands of registered home seekers by a lottery drawing a month ago, The Reporter has learnt.
Holding his second press conference since he came to power a year ago, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) gathered correspondents at the Office of the Prime Minister, which is located off Lorenzo Taezaz Street, for a lengthy two hours and 10 minutes briefing on current issues and his stay in Office for the past one year.
Addis Ababa City, often referred to as the capital of Africa, mostly pertaining to its being the seat of the African Union and different international organizations, is to get a major face lift with a project that extends from Entoto to Yeka Abado, The Reporter has learnt.
Blue Party has stated the need for a leadership that would represent the people of Addis Ababa based on their desires and demands, and will in turn be determined to promote the benefits of the people of the city for the advancement of democratic rights and freedoms throughout the country.
A paper recycling initiative by Penda Manufacturing hits the streets of Addis this weekend. The initiative will install 40 mobile paper waste deposit sites called ‘Worke’ around the city that allows city residents to dispose their paper waste for 2 birr per kilo.
The Addis Ababa City Tax Authority has made public that during the first quarter of the current fiscal year, it has managed to collect some 8.5 billion birr, 21 percent higher than last year’s similar quarter.