Over 1500 hundred representatives from all over Tigrai are meeting in Mekelle to discuss on good governance issues. What are they discussing and what are they recommending?...stay-tuned for more!
እስከ መቼ ድረስ የጥገኞች ጥገት እንሆናለን?
ከፀሐዬ ደባልቀው January 14, 2016
Comment-- very good article on Dr Berhanu Nega and his followers. Despite the rumored report about Dr Berhanu returning to Asmara from Brussels, he is still rumored to be living in Brussels and Brussels is where Dr Tedros Foreign Minister of Ethiopia is currently visiting on official visit! is Dr Berhanu thinking hard about his options from here on now that he is alone so to speak?
Observations on Ethiopian Road Construction:
Almaz Fesseha 01-14-16
- Ethiopia has been making progress in iits economic growth and positive changes are apparent in most parts of the country. Investor confidence is reflected by rapid progress in development and infrastructure. Many roads and bridges are either...
Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia are struggling to share the Nile
WHEN Egyptian politicians discussed sabotaging the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam in 2013, they naturally assumed it was a private meeting. But amid all the scheming, and with a big chuckle, Muhammad Morsi, then president, informed his colleagues that their discussion was being broadcast live on a state-owned television channel.
The Role of Media in Good Governance
Kiros Araya 01-13-16 - The term Good Governance encompasses major characteristics such as rule of law, transparency, equity & inclusiveness, accountability, effectiveness & efficiency etc.Good governance or lack of it has been a hot issue in Ethiopia...
Relax, China Has the Economy Under Control
Entering 2016, the global economy is confronted with a number of risks. This has resulted in projections made by different economic institutions being at odds with each other.Recently, the Financial Times collected the views and opinions...
The End of China's Rise
Over the past three months, uncertainty over the course of Chinese development has intensified, with a steady flow of mostly bad economic news: yet another plunge in the stock market, which was already crumbling and kept afloat only by massive state intervention; mounting corporate debt; and ...
Havoc is not a magic carpet
Amen Teferi 01-11-16 -I have repeatedly failed to figure out the causes of the recent ferment. My Goodness, what really is driving this unrest? I think the event would be so confusing and unpalatable for those who....
Hawassa Industrial Park attracts well-known apparel makers
Addis Ababa, January 9, 2016 (FBC) Aspiring to become the continents top light manufacturing hub, Ethiopia is set to attract globally renowned apparel, textile, fashion and designing companies to its newly-erected Hawassa Industrial Park, which is to be completed in the coming months.
Government Starts Investigating Source of Official Wealth.
It is Good the government is starting to face corruption head on starting from the top. However we want to implore the government to be very worry the campaign is not turned in to a witch-hunting and hurt innocent officials due to personal vendetta! The campaign should take in to consideration any existing negative relationship of a suspect with his/her immediate higher-up!
Shallow Optimism AL Mariam: Duped by Tamagen
Genenew Assefa 01-08-16 - Who, in a space of three-weeks, flatly contradicts himself on a subject, no less, as serious as the fate of the Ethiopian government? The short answer is, Al Mariam, though he is not the only smart-aleck to flip- flop...
Alas! Abune Aregawi not Abune Al-Mariam has heard your prayers all! TPLF/EPRDF is alive thanks to your prayers and Al Mariam prediction of EPRDF's death in the year 2015 was a false prophesy! The sad part is the learned Al Mariam may be blaming the not so learned Tamagne audio work for his failure!]
What will 2016 bring for Africa?
The fastest growing economy in the world, according to the World Bank, is projected to grow around 10% a year until 2017.Addis Ababa has implemented ambitious development plans that have seen it embark on massive infrastructure projects, open its commodity markets to foreign investors,
Recipe for Africas Success
Taffere Tesfachew (PHD) 01-05-16 -
For years, African countries have been told that the road to industrialization is long and full of intractable obstacles, made even more difficult by the need for institutional capacity to design and implement industrial policy.