Ethiopia Gets Strategy to Manage Wasted Energy

[Addis Fortune] Ethiopia is going to get a new strategy for the industry sector dubbed as Energy & Waste Management, Social Aspect, & Low Carbon Production. The plan aimed at regulating the waste energy management in the industrial sector.

[Addis Fortune] Ethiopia is going to get a new strategy for the industry sector dubbed as Energy & Waste Management, Social Aspect, & Low Carbon Production. The plan aimed at regulating the waste energy management in the industrial sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Undutiful Public Media Feeds Social Media

[Addis Fortune] The discontent towards social media is growing. As early as last week, roundtable discussions were being held on TV, on one of the state-run channels, about the negative impacts of social media on the current political crisis of Ethiopi…

[Addis Fortune] The discontent towards social media is growing. As early as last week, roundtable discussions were being held on TV, on one of the state-run channels, about the negative impacts of social media on the current political crisis of Ethiopia. They remarked that it is corrupting the younger generation.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

To Brand, Not to Brand

[Addis Fortune] Operating a hotel independently may mean more control and flexibility when making significant decisions. But branded hotels offer access to larger customer databases and substantial marketing budgets. David Desta (destadavid@gmail.com),…

[Addis Fortune] Operating a hotel independently may mean more control and flexibility when making significant decisions. But branded hotels offer access to larger customer databases and substantial marketing budgets. David Desta (destadavid@gmail.com), a Cornell University graduate from the School of Hotel Administration who has been working in Ethiopia for the past several years, explains the dilemma.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Abiy Ahmed Deserves a Chance

[Addis Fortune] Hailemariam Desalegn occupies a rare spot in Ethiopia’s political history. He marks one of the few instances of a person that entered leadership as peacefully as he will exit it once his successor, Abiy Ahmed (PhD), is installed by parl…

[Addis Fortune] Hailemariam Desalegn occupies a rare spot in Ethiopia's political history. He marks one of the few instances of a person that entered leadership as peacefully as he will exit it once his successor, Abiy Ahmed (PhD), is installed by parliament tomorrow. He is leaving a government in a crisis of legitimacy - the sort of public discontent that dwarfs the post-election unrest of 2005, both in breadth and intensity.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Government Won’t Interfere in Grace Mugabe’s Wrangles

[CAJ News] Bulawayo -THE Zimbabwean government has declined to interfere in a dispute between former first lady Grace Mugabe and some small-scale miners that have allegedly invaded a citrus farm she is laying claim over.

[CAJ News] Bulawayo -THE Zimbabwean government has declined to interfere in a dispute between former first lady Grace Mugabe and some small-scale miners that have allegedly invaded a citrus farm she is laying claim over.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kasempa MP Cries For Better Roads

Poor road network in Kasempa District continues to affect the productivity of the district in contributing to the country’s food security. And UPND Area Member of Parliament Brenda Tambatamba is disappointed that despite promises from government to upgrade roads, nothing … Continued

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Poor road network in Kasempa District continues to affect the productivity of the district in contributing to the country’s food security. And UPND Area Member of Parliament Brenda Tambatamba is disappointed that despite promises from government to upgrade roads, nothing is happening. Kasempa district, the food busket for North Western Province, has remained with deplorable roads that are making it difficult for farmers to transport their farm produce to various parts of the province. Tambatamba said the upgrading of roads to bituminous standard will improve economic activities in the area and bring about employment creation. She has appealed to government to urgently move in and fulfil the promise it made of ensuring a better road network in the district. “I don’t think the PF government is promoting the character of those that want development because for them it remains unfulfilled promises, the President cams here and promised that the construction of works will commence in three months but up to now, nothing is happening”, Ms Tambatamba said. She said the government had promised that the kasempa Mumbwa and Kaoma Kasempa Roads will be tarred but nothing of such is happening in the district. Tambatamba has appealed to government to move in quickly and have the roads upgraded to bituminous standards to give a fair share of development to the people in the district. The post Kasempa MP Cries For Better Roads appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Eritrea Participates At 10th AU Extraordinary Summit

[Shabait] Asmara -Eritrean delegation headed by Mr. Araya Desta, Eritrea’s Permanent Representative to the African Union and Economic Commission for Africa has participated at the 10th African leaders’ extraordinary summit held on 21 March in Kigali, R…

[Shabait] Asmara -Eritrean delegation headed by Mr. Araya Desta, Eritrea's Permanent Representative to the African Union and Economic Commission for Africa has participated at the 10th African leaders' extraordinary summit held on 21 March in Kigali, Rwanda.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea