Ethiopian Inaugurates State-of-the-Art Cargo Terminal-II
June 29, 2017
H.E. Mr. Hailemariam Desalegn Inaugurating the new Cargo Terminal
Ethiopian Airlines today inaugurates its state of the art Cargo Terminal-II.The inauguration event has been graced by H.E. Mr. Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister ...
Industrial Parks are Agents of Transformation
Amen Teferi 06-29-17 - Last week, the Industrial Park Development Corporation (IPDC) had organized a grand event to commemorate the full operationalization of phase one of its flagship project -the Hawassa Industrial Park.
Using the high energy of graduation
Bereket Gebru 06-28-17 -
We are once again at that time of the year, when Universities throughout the country graduate their students. Graduation ceremonies are held in high regard by the Universities as high ranking officials attend them including the Prime Minister.
Ethiopia and World Bank agree five-year deal
Ethiopia and the World Bank have agreed a new five-year partnership to build on the considerable development gains achieved over the past decade and boost institutional accountability.The renewed partnership stresses sustainable and inclusive growth, placing a focus on education, increased access to markets and job creation for young people.
The two faces of migration in Ethiopia
Bereket Gebru 06-28-17 - I can't help wondering about the double face of migration in Ethiopia. On one side, Ethiopia is the biggest host of refugees in the African continent and the fifth in the world. On the other side, Ethiopia is a source of illegal migrants to the Middle East, Europe and Southern Africa. These facts seem to stand in opposition.
Nile Basin States Summit in Entebbe
The Nile Basin States summit convened by the President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was held for the first time in Entebbe, Uganda, on 22 June 2017. President Museveni was appreciated for convening this meeting...
Climate Change increases the need for regulating the flow of the Nile River
MoFA June 25 2017 - A recent report produced earlier this year by researchers at the world famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology has detailed their conclusions that climate change may drastically increase the variability of the Niles annual output. Of course, the annual flow of the Nile has always been unpredictable...
The walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia
Harar, Ethiopia- With 368 alleys squeezed into just one sq km, the old walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia is a colourful maze that begs exploration. Its thick, five-metre-high walls were erected in the 16th century as a defensive response...
MU to establish ties with NPU, China
On Monday June 19, 2017 the MU delegation visited the Northwestern Polytechnic
University (NPU) located in Xian city, China. The delegation held a roundtable discussion
with the management members, deans of selected colleges and schools of NPU.
Arab states issue list of demands to end Qatar crisis
Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries that have cut ties to Qatar have reportedly issued a list of demands to end a major Gulf crisis, insisting that Qatar shut down the Al Jazeera network, close a Turkish military base and scale down ties with Iran.
Dangote Cement May Shut Ethiopian Plant Over Mining Disputes
Dangote Cement Plc, controlled by Africas richest man, Aliko Dangote, said it may shut its operations in Ethiopia if authorities in the central state of Oromia dont reverse an order to cement makers to hand over control of some parts of their businesses to local young people....
Authorities must be very mindful here! Dangote in the first place was lured to solve FDI flow, cement shortage and to solve the unemployment! "የ ቆጡን አወርድ ብላ የብብትዋን ጣለች እንዳይሆን"! The federal government must solve this issue before it scares other incoming foreign companies! There must be another way to solve the Oromia youth unemployment problem!