Afro-Tsion Seals Sweet Deal for Yirgalem Industrial Park Construction

[Addis Fortune] Afro-Tsion Construction won a bid to construct infrastructure for Yirgalem Integrated Agro- Processing Industrial Park with 1.4 billion Br after vying with six local companies.

[Addis Fortune] Afro-Tsion Construction won a bid to construct infrastructure for Yirgalem Integrated Agro- Processing Industrial Park with 1.4 billion Br after vying with six local companies.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Bittersweet History Merits All-Round Acknowledgement

[Addis Fortune] During a visit to Addis Abeba University’s Institute of Ethiopian Studies (IES), in a building known as Ras Mekonnen Hall, I heard about a shocking historical event. The head librarian recounted an incident that occurred in the aftermat…

[Addis Fortune] During a visit to Addis Abeba University's Institute of Ethiopian Studies (IES), in a building known as Ras Mekonnen Hall, I heard about a shocking historical event. The head librarian recounted an incident that occurred in the aftermath of the downfall of Emperor Haileselassie, where librarians were ordered to deface or get rid of books that had illustrations of the emperor on them.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Kangaroo Loses Ibex After Fierce Battle

[Addis Fortune] Justices at the Federal Supreme Court Cassation Bench granted Mahlet Habtewold the long-fought claim to get hold of the trademark rights of the brand Ibex, rejecting Kangaroo Plast’s claim of ownership.

[Addis Fortune] Justices at the Federal Supreme Court Cassation Bench granted Mahlet Habtewold the long-fought claim to get hold of the trademark rights of the brand Ibex, rejecting Kangaroo Plast's claim of ownership.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Higher Education Expansion Vs Quality Education

[Ethiopian Herald] The number of higher education institutions has reached more than a hundred and forty from almost none due to nation’s relentless investment in education . Some people argue that this surprising exponential growth will have a negativ…

[Ethiopian Herald] The number of higher education institutions has reached more than a hundred and forty from almost none due to nation's relentless investment in education . Some people argue that this surprising exponential growth will have a negative impact on the quality of education whereas the government believes quality in education can be ensured along with expansion.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Call for Fighting Gender Bias

[Ethiopian Herald] Panelists said in the efforts of upholding gender equality, fighting biased traditional norms against women’s right and dignity is a must.

[Ethiopian Herald] Panelists said in the efforts of upholding gender equality, fighting biased traditional norms against women's right and dignity is a must.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Political Parties Expresses Need for Nat’l Consensus On Creating Stability

[ENA] Members of the Joint Council of National Political Parties have called today for collaborative effort of all Ethiopians in building national consensus on stabilizing the country.

[ENA] Members of the Joint Council of National Political Parties have called today for collaborative effort of all Ethiopians in building national consensus on stabilizing the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Vaz Pinto Plots Saint George Survival in Kampala

[CAF] Ethiopian flag bearers, Saint George, face a daunting task when they tackle Ugandan giants Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) in the return leg slated for Saturday, 17 March 2018 in Kampala. The two sides settled for a barren draw in the first…

[CAF] Ethiopian flag bearers, Saint George, face a daunting task when they tackle Ugandan giants Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) in the return leg slated for Saturday, 17 March 2018 in Kampala. The two sides settled for a barren draw in the first leg last week in Addis Ababa.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Security Detain PR Head of Oromia Justice Bureau, Move Signals Growing Crackdown Against Region

[Addis Standard] It has been confirmed that members of the command post overseeing the current state of emergency have this morning detained Taye Dendea, an outspoken senior member of the Oromia regional state’s justice bureau. Taye is the head of the …

[Addis Standard] It has been confirmed that members of the command post overseeing the current state of emergency have this morning detained Taye Dendea, an outspoken senior member of the Oromia regional state's justice bureau. Taye is the head of the bureau's communication and PR department.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia