Rwand Air Selected Ethiopian Airlines as Strategic Partner
RwandAir, the national carrier of Rwanda, has selected Ethiopian Airlines as strategic partner, according to The Reporter. has been offering 49% stake for a strategic partner to invest in , be represented in the management and provide technical assistance to the airline.
A Ludicrous attack on Ethiopias hospitality
Mimi Shibesh Feb 02, 2016
It has been a while since the international media started showering praises on Ethiopias socio-economic stride. For example, it is still fresh in memory that the Wall Street Journal declared Made in Ethiopia could be the next Made in China.
One of Africas Biggest Dams Is Falling Apart
On January 11th, the New York Times reported that Mosul Dam, the largest such structure in Iraq, urgently requires maintenance to prevent its collapse,... Four days earlier, the energy minister of Zambia declared that Kariba Dam, which straddles the border between his country and Zimbabwe, holding back the worlds largest reservoir, was in dire condition
EU mobilizes 170 mln in emergency support for Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, February 2, 2016 (FBC) - The Vice President of the European Commission Kristalina Georgieva said the European Union has mobilized 170 million Euro of emergency support for Ethiopia to tackle the effect of 'El Niño'.
[Did Dr Berhanu lobby for this to happen or this is just another act of in your face Ana Gomez by the EU!]
The Eritrean Realtiy - TV Star
Ezana Sehay 1/31/2016 - Reality-TV stars are strange breed, striking in their immodesty and strangely unselfconscious about their blunt egotism, they are compelling and famous for their bluffness. And then there is the Eritrean reality-TV star, President Isayas Afeworki
Diaspora On Good Governance Issues: Case of Road Projects
Almaz Feseha, a professional civil engineer in the USA with many years experience says the following Though Ethiopia is adapting well to its recent development, there are several areas within the planning and operation of road construction that could be better streamlined and made more transparent in order to improve efficiency and safety, ...As a professional yourself what else may be exacerbating the lack of good governance issues. Share your own experience and
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The factually wrong, logically flawed EU resolution
Adane Molla 01-31-16 - We have seen, time and again, the self-appointed holy-than-though rights activists playing fast and loose with the facts, making outlandish allegations and unrealistic demands. Lately, they appear to have taken their sitcom style shows to a higher level.
The man killed in an FBI shootout in Oregon was a rancher and foster parent to 50 boys
In a shootout in the US state of Oregon yesterday evening (Jan. 26), the FBI confronted members a militant group that since early this month has occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Authorities took eight people into custody after the shootout, including group leader Ammon Bundy and his brother Ryan, who was shot in the arm...
[We thought the above news will enrich your understanding how even a 300 year old democracy deals with land ownership! If the USA with all the means available to it can deal with protesters in such way how could a 25 year old democracy like Ethiopia get blamed for handling protesters who killed and destroyed public buildings and investment institutions? Hello EU Ana Gomez!]
Ana Gomez's change on discourse: from Tigray Domination to Amhara and Tigray Domination!
By J. Abrha 01-29-16 - On January 21/2016, members of the European Parliament (EP) gathered in Strasbourg for their usual Thursday plenary session discussed three resolutions on India, Ethiopia and North Korea. The resolution on Ethiopia, sponsored by a decade long friend of Ethiopia, MEP Ana Maria Gomez... 19- point resolution on Ethiopia was discussed, voted and adopted by the presence of only 41 MEPs
Ethiopia quietly dispels Africa myths
FOR many in the West and SA Ethiopia evokes images of all that is wrong with Africa: a hopelessly poor, backward and famine-prone country. But a book by Arkebe Oqubay, Made in Africa, dispels these myths and describes the quiet revolution that has been under way since the early 1990s roughly the period since SAs democratic transition.