Adwa, GERD – Two of a Kind in Creating Popular Solidarity

[Ethiopian Herald] More than a century ago, when expedition by the European superpowers to the rest of the world was but normal, and that the former acted as if they bore the responsibility of “civilizing” the later, the Italians waged war to teach the…

[Ethiopian Herald] More than a century ago, when expedition by the European superpowers to the rest of the world was but normal, and that the former acted as if they bore the responsibility of "civilizing" the later, the Italians waged war to teach the Ethiopians a lesson on obedience. Yet, on the contrary, they bitterly learned a lesson that was also useful to other colonial powers. That's why the Battle of Adwa is more than a battlefield narrative.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

What Accor Hotels’ Massive Investment Entails About Ethiopian Tourism

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has made a history, shifting the gear of its economy to industry and tourism; the two sectors are untapped. The country’s huge potential for tourism comes from its ancient historical remains, culture, and stunning natural si…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has made a history, shifting the gear of its economy to industry and tourism; the two sectors are untapped. The country's huge potential for tourism comes from its ancient historical remains, culture, and stunning natural sights which continue to attract big investments from the world's acclaimed brands. Ethiopia had the milestone on the tourism sector, signing a major deal with Accor Hotels group to open over 500 rooms in Addis Ababa; the biggest diplomatic base of the continent.

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Ethiopia Takes Huge Step to Digitize Broadcast Service

[Ethiopian Herald] The Information Network Security Agency (INSA), Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service and the U.S. GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasters penned down ag…

[Ethiopian Herald] The Information Network Security Agency (INSA), Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service and the U.S. GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasters penned down agreement to digitize Ethiopian broadcast system.

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Features of an Ethical Society – Exclusive With Prof. Andrew Decort

[Ethiopian Herald] Professor Andrew Decort is a scholar from Chicago. He is now a volunteer and a permanent resident in Ethiopia. While Professor Andrew Decort was delivering a lecture, The Ethiopian Herald had conducted an exclusive interview with him…

[Ethiopian Herald] Professor Andrew Decort is a scholar from Chicago. He is now a volunteer and a permanent resident in Ethiopia. While Professor Andrew Decort was delivering a lecture, The Ethiopian Herald had conducted an exclusive interview with him about his scholarly opinions and his mission and life in Ethiopia with a deep focus on ethics and society. A nice reading.

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FIFA Boss Reiterates Project Support

[The Herald] FIFA president Gianni Infantino has reiterated he is fully supportive of the Government’s ambitious project to establish 8 000 grassroots football clubs throughout the country to spur the development of sport. Infantino wrote to Sports and…

[The Herald] FIFA president Gianni Infantino has reiterated he is fully supportive of the Government's ambitious project to establish 8 000 grassroots football clubs throughout the country to spur the development of sport. Infantino wrote to Sports and Recreation Minister Makhosini HIongwane this week advising him that the project had the full backing of the world football governing body.

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U.S.$133 600 Electricity Bill Lands Bhasikiti in Court

[The Herald] Zimbabwe People First senior official Mr Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has been taken to the High Court over an outstanding electricity bill amounting to $133 600. Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), a subsidiary of …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe People First senior official Mr Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has been taken to the High Court over an outstanding electricity bill amounting to $133 600. Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), a subsidiary of Zesa Holdings, claims it supplied electricity to the politician's farm in Rutenga in terms of a contract between the parties.

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Authority Seeks Swift Conservation Directives Approval

[Ethiopian Herald] Research and Heritage Conservation Authority looked for swift approval of Cultural Heritage and Conservators Registry and Professional Licensing Directives with a view to filling legal framework gaps and promoting conservation works.

[Ethiopian Herald] Research and Heritage Conservation Authority looked for swift approval of Cultural Heritage and Conservators Registry and Professional Licensing Directives with a view to filling legal framework gaps and promoting conservation works.

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