Cementing the Age-Old Exemplary Bond

[Ethiopian Herald] Incredibly, unlike other countries in the world, Ethiopians have been enjoying harmonious cooperation among different religions. Christians and Muslims usually share their happiness and sorrow. Whenever Christians celebrate their hol…

[Ethiopian Herald] Incredibly, unlike other countries in the world, Ethiopians have been enjoying harmonious cooperation among different religions. Christians and Muslims usually share their happiness and sorrow. Whenever Christians celebrate their holidays, their Muslim brothers enjoy together and vise-verse. Ethiopians are well known for religious peaceful coexistence.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Consider Returning Mine to Mawere, Govt Urged

[The Herald] Government should seek investors for Shabani Mashaba Mines or return its ownership to Mr Mutumwa Mawere as part of measures to resume operations, parliamentarians in the National Assembly said on Thursday.

[The Herald] Government should seek investors for Shabani Mashaba Mines or return its ownership to Mr Mutumwa Mawere as part of measures to resume operations, parliamentarians in the National Assembly said on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Foil Illegal Trespassing At Border

[ANGOP] Ondjiva -Eighteen offenders who tried to cross the border between Angola and Namibia were arrested in the last seven days in the southern Cunene province by the staff of the Border Police, said Saturday in Ondjiva, the spokesman of the National…

[ANGOP] Ondjiva -Eighteen offenders who tried to cross the border between Angola and Namibia were arrested in the last seven days in the southern Cunene province by the staff of the Border Police, said Saturday in Ondjiva, the spokesman of the National Police Command in the region, intendant Nicolau Tuvecalela.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Borrowing Nigeria’s Model in Oil Production

[This Day] The Deputy Commander Operations, Wealth Creation, Uganda, Lt. Gen. Charles Angina, in this interview with Peace Obi states that his country would find Nigeria’s experience very handy as the country joins the comity of African oil producing s…

[This Day] The Deputy Commander Operations, Wealth Creation, Uganda, Lt. Gen. Charles Angina, in this interview with Peace Obi states that his country would find Nigeria's experience very handy as the country joins the comity of African oil producing states. Excerpts:

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Aqua Firm to Boost Fish Production in Nigeria

[This Day] Abeokuta -?Following the low production of tilapia fish supply in the country, an aqua firm, Premium Aquaculture has disclosed that it is set to boost tilapia fish production supply with more than 20, 000 MT in next five years.

[This Day] Abeokuta -?Following the low production of tilapia fish supply in the country, an aqua firm, Premium Aquaculture has disclosed that it is set to boost tilapia fish production supply with more than 20, 000 MT in next five years.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Husband Goes Berserk Over Condoms

[The Herald] A Waterfalls man was last week fined $50 by a Mbare magistrate for bashing his wife claiming that he had smelt a used condom in their matrimonial bedroom.

[The Herald] A Waterfalls man was last week fined $50 by a Mbare magistrate for bashing his wife claiming that he had smelt a used condom in their matrimonial bedroom.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Makalle’s Sole Permanent Gallery

[Ethiopian Herald] She goes by the name of Rahel Buluts. She lives in Makalle and owns an art gallery named after her. She opened the “Rahel Art Gallery” two years ago. First, her own 40 paintings were displayed. Since then, various paintings on women,…

[Ethiopian Herald] She goes by the name of Rahel Buluts. She lives in Makalle and owns an art gallery named after her. She opened the "Rahel Art Gallery" two years ago. First, her own 40 paintings were displayed. Since then, various paintings on women, public figures, patriotism and other issues by seven painters have been exhibited in her gallery.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

A Good Surgeon Doesn’t Cross the Red Line Without Having the Necessary Help of His Colleagues – Professor Adem Ali

[Ethiopian Herald] Professor Adem Ali has has been serving for three and half decades at Addis Ababa University School of Medical Science, Department of Surgery. He has contributed vastly to the establishment and development of various national and int…

[Ethiopian Herald] Professor Adem Ali has has been serving for three and half decades at Addis Ababa University School of Medical Science, Department of Surgery. He has contributed vastly to the establishment and development of various national and international academic societies. Besides, he served as president of the Ethiopian Medical Association. The Ethiopian Herald had a short stay with Prof. Ali with the intention of familiarizing his personal and professional life with the general public. Excerpts:

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia