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Mohammed Ademo leaves OBN

The former Aljazeera America editor and founder of online media, Opride.org, Mohammed Ademo has been removed from his position as head of the Oromia Broadcasting Network (OBN) as of last week.

Sher Ethiopia sales minority share to SGI Frontier

Afriflora Sher Ethiopia has sold a minority share of its operation in the country to SGI Frontier Capital – an American based private equity firm owned by Gabriel Schulze, the CEO of Schultze Global Investment, according to reliable sources who asked to stay anonymous.

Family Milk Introduces First Ever UHT Milk in Ethiopia

Family Milk, a leading dairy producer within Ethiopia is expanding its partnership with SGI Frontier Capital – an international private equity fund – to help expand its operations and introduce a new pioneering technology to the country.

Belated census slated for April 2019

After a lengthy delay, the fourth national census is scheduled for April, 2019, The Reporterhas learnt. This was disclosed at a meeting called to officially announce the date of the census, at Sheraton Addis Hotel.

Commission considers legal actions against flower farms

The Federal Environment, Forest and Climate Changes Commission and the Oromia Environment, Forest and Climate Changes Authority are considering duplicating the legal measures taken against tanneries,for what was said to be a repeated environmental pollution offenses, on flower farms in various location in the country and the regional state, The Reporter has learnt.

Army prepares for National Defense Day

The Ethiopia National Defense Force announced today that it will be celebrating National Defense Day at the national level with collaboration between Air Force and the Oromia Regional Government.

IDPs continue to climb in Ethiopia

A new report released by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) indicated that the number of people internally displaced has continued to grow over the past two months. The recent report shows that the figure has increased from two million to 2.33 million people displaced.

“We’ll get to the bottom of it”

Followed a three-day meeting of the Defense Council headed by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD), Deputy Chief of Staff and Head of Military Operations, Berhanu Jula (Gen.) faced journalists on January 11, 2019 to reply to questions raised on the current security situation of the nation from his office located off Churchill Avenue in which he appeared to be assertive about the roles of the military in restoring peace and stability in the conflict-riddled Ethiopia.