Ethiopia, confirms its leader, who takes home less than $400 a month, has 'the least salaries for government officials in Africa. We also have productivity-based salary increases, not just simple increments.'...
The next head of WHO could be an African and for a good reason
06-06-16 - The year-long process to elect a new Director-general for the World Health Organization has officially began for the leadership transition will occur on 1 July 2017. The Director-General is WHOs chief technical and administrative officer and oversees policy for WHOs international health work.
EU considering working with Sudan and Eritrea to stem migration
Europe is considering whether to forge ahead with a plan to work with repressive African regimes.
To stop refugees reaching southern Europe from Africa, Europe is mulling whether to partner with Eritrea, whose government is accused of crimes against humanity by the UN.
Wedi Afom is Really Scared So Much So...!
The mad man running Eritrea Wedi Afom(Isaias Afeworki) is really scared this time around! With the Commission of Inquiry mandated by the UN breathing on his neck he is asking for any one to help! By any one we mean any one! This is so unlike about him who is well known for bragging about his resoluteness! Why is he so scared this time? What ever he is scared about does he really think Ginbot 7 and Berhanu lieutenants can save him? Something is wrong with him! Funny though the folks running Ginbot7 are really more dumber than they appear! They are asking Ethiopians to sign a petition to save Isaias skin? Is this not the dumbest thing you ever heard? Watch and Listen the following record and bemused yourself how the "Nacfa Lion" has been reduced to be a rat!
(Call for Help!)
Ayee Woyin Goma Egru! We simply adore you for your farsightedness! You kneel down wedi afom in front of Ginbot7 Jele!
ዝርክርክነት የአገር በሽታ እየሆነ ነው!
Reporter editorial on governance June 05, 2016
The Ethiopian government must realize its weakest link in safe guarding the country and the people is its own employees and appointees. Although it is understood building democratic institutions is hard the government must look inward closely how an army pilot can defect with a helicopter and a national exam can be stolen! These are tell-tell sign of weak institutions in the making. The government must see there are problems with the "equal opportunity" hiring and promoting officials. There must be areas or institutions where the federal government can use merits of an employee for the sake of safe guarding the country and people! It is getting worrisome(Eyeferan metan eko!)
Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation leads effort to train heart surgeons in Ethiopia
Doctors from developed countries routinely travel to impoverished nations on medical missions, working through nongovernmental organizations to provide free health care not available in local clinics.
An Open Letter to the BBC
Belay Bahta A cousin of the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi
May 31, 2016 - I read your news report about the story of the 9-year-old girl suing the British government over her father's Andargachew Tsiges, ("Andys") imprisonment in Ethiopia, written by Alan White of the BuzzFeed News Reporter, posted on May 27, 2016.
MSEs the Ethiopian way
Bereket Gebru 06-03-16
The World Bank approved a loan of US $200 million to support the growth and development of Small and Micro Enterprises (SMEs) in Ethiopia just over a week ago...
Gulomekeda-ancient center for hidden civilization
Hagos Gebremariam 06-02-16 - Gulomekeda is one of the Administrative wredas of the Eastern part of Tigray where towns like Zalambesa, Fatsi and Sobeya are located in. According to oral traditions, this district is the origin of...
A Week that Deepened Ethiopia - South Korea Ties
Mesle A. 05-31-16 - South Korean President Park Geun-hye paid a 3-day State Visit to Ethiopia and the African Union (AU) Commission last week. President Park Geun-hye is the first President of South Korea to visit Ethiopia and the African Union.Ahead of her special speech at the African union, President Park met...