Perspectives On Fate of Ancient Ethiopian Heritages Abroad

[Ethiopian Herald] Addis Ababa -One fascinating thing about the story of James Bruce, the 18th century Scottish traveler and travel writer, was that he studied the Ge’ez language in Europe, Spain, before he even came to Ethiopia. Though his main missio…

[Ethiopian Herald] Addis Ababa -One fascinating thing about the story of James Bruce, the 18th century Scottish traveler and travel writer, was that he studied the Ge'ez language in Europe, Spain, before he even came to Ethiopia. Though his main mission in coming to East African was seemingly to find the origin of the Nile River, Bruce spent a lot of time in Abyssinian [Ethiopian] court and studying the people and their culture.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

How the Fashion Industry Is Embracing “Made in Ethiopia”

[Ethiopian Herald] Addis Ababa -While Ethiopia eyes a 30 billion dollar annual export revenue from textile and apparel, aiming to leapfrog top exporters like that of Vietnam and Bangladesh in less than a decade, there is a promising sign that the globa…

[Ethiopian Herald] Addis Ababa -While Ethiopia eyes a 30 billion dollar annual export revenue from textile and apparel, aiming to leapfrog top exporters like that of Vietnam and Bangladesh in less than a decade, there is a promising sign that the global fashion industry is embracing "Made in Ethiopia" at an exciting pace, sector stakeholders believe.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Seychellois Group Dezil Back On the Music Scene With New Album

[Seychelles News Agency] The Seychellois group Dezil has regrouped and launched an album after an 11-year absence from the island nation music scene as the group waited out a record contract it didn’t like.

[Seychelles News Agency] The Seychellois group Dezil has regrouped and launched an album after an 11-year absence from the island nation music scene as the group waited out a record contract it didn't like.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

‘It’s Painful That It Took 47 Years, but Some of Us Are Alive to Witness It’

[Guardian] Chief Mathew Udeh, a Retired Nigerian/Biafran policeman and lawyer is the President of Association of Retired War Affected Police Officers, South-East and South-South States of Nigeria (ARWAPO). In this interview with LAWRENCE NJOKU, he spok…

[Guardian] Chief Mathew Udeh, a Retired Nigerian/Biafran policeman and lawyer is the President of Association of Retired War Affected Police Officers, South-East and South-South States of Nigeria (ARWAPO). In this interview with LAWRENCE NJOKU, he spoke on their 47 years struggle over the payment of their pensions after the Federal Government converted their dismissal from the Nigeria Police to retirement.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

African Films Awards – Two Decades Down, the Show Goes On

[Guardian] The 21st edition of the yearly African Films Awards (AFA), formerly known as the AfroHollywood Awards, will hold on Saturday, November 4, at the historic Stratford Town Hall, East London. AFA founder and publisher of the African Voice Newspa…

[Guardian] The 21st edition of the yearly African Films Awards (AFA), formerly known as the AfroHollywood Awards, will hold on Saturday, November 4, at the historic Stratford Town Hall, East London. AFA founder and publisher of the African Voice Newspaper, PRINCE MIKE ABIOLA, spoke to TUNDE OYEDOYIN, at his Brixton office, on how the journey that started with the publication of Nigerian Videos Magazine in 1994, metamorphosed into a pioneering awards, which have transformed the fortunes of many Nollywood A-list actors

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Emotions, Joy As Retired Nigerian Biafran Policemen Receive Pension, 47 Years After

[Guardian] Decades after the end of the Nigerian Civil war, the events of the war have continued to re-echo in the polity. Not because the war has not ended, but because its consequences continued to haunt the country, especially the Igbo.

[Guardian] Decades after the end of the Nigerian Civil war, the events of the war have continued to re-echo in the polity. Not because the war has not ended, but because its consequences continued to haunt the country, especially the Igbo.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Iris Kaingu in Another ‘Naked’ Photo Shoot

[Zambia Reports] She is not short of controversy. And this one can’t pass without raising eyebrows. Iris kaingu, daughter of former MMD lawmaker Michael, is captured posing for pictures with her assets covered in bird like feathers.

[Zambia Reports] She is not short of controversy. And this one can't pass without raising eyebrows. Iris kaingu, daughter of former MMD lawmaker Michael, is captured posing for pictures with her assets covered in bird like feathers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Search Mission of Chopper Crash Victims Put in Prayer

[Nation] An interdenominational prayer service will be held at Lake Nakuru on Sunday amid desperation for the recovery of three passengers of the helicopter that crashed in the lake last Saturday.

[Nation] An interdenominational prayer service will be held at Lake Nakuru on Sunday amid desperation for the recovery of three passengers of the helicopter that crashed in the lake last Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya