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Consultancy firm sues government officials over defamation

ABH Partners, a health consultancy firm, has sued five government officials on the basis of defaming its goodwill and reputation following communiques the defendants have dispatched through social and mainstream media regarding a postgraduate program that Jimma University run in partnership with ABH in its Campus in Addis Ababa; the plaintiff has claimed 174.6 million birr in compensation for damages caused to its operation due to unlawful and misguided statements that the defendants released to the public.

MoE orders Education bureau to stop displacing supervisors

The Ministry of Education (MoE) has ordered the Addis Ababa Education Bureau to halt an ongoing reshuffling process that is said to be demoting supervisors and forcing them to work as school directors and principals, which the Bureau is says to be part of a reform process it is undertaking.

Maarif Foundation takes over Turkish school

The premier boarding school on the outskirts of Harar, The Rainbow Association, which was started by the Fetullah Organization and its controversial founder, Fetullah Gulen, was taken-over by Maarif Foundation of the Turkish Public Education system on Wednesday.

Sasakawa launches continental workshop program

The Sasakawa Africa Fund for Extension Education (SAFE) commenced its biennial continental technical workshop on Wednesday, aiming to conceptualize the process of mainstreaming Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA) filed level extension over African Universities and Agricultural Colleges.

HERQA takesmeasures on 15 colleges, campuses

The Higher Education Relevance and Quality Agency (HERQA) has taken measuresagainst 15 private collages and higher-learning institutions for failing to meet regulatory requirements, which it says undermines the quality of education being delivered to students, The Reporter has learnt.

Agency penalizes three private colleges

The higher Education Relevance and Quality Agency (HERQA) has penalized three private collages for violating regulation which it says undermines the quality of educations being delivered, The Reporter has learnt.

US English Language Fellows mark their 50th anniversary

The English Language fellows of the US Department of State tasked with helping the teaching of the English language in different parts of the globe marked their 50th anniversary at a conference held in Addis Ababa with the gathering of fellows in Africa.

Dangote Foundation plans to set foot in Ethiopia

The Nigerian business mogul and billionaire, Aliko Dangote, is considering stretching his philanthropic foundation to Ethiopia in order to reach vulnerable communities with the likes of health, education and nutritional supports.