River Nile Triumph Anecdote At a Glance

[Ethiopian Herald] “To be frank, sometime ago, not a soul was interested to talk about the River Nile for the reason that we were unable to bring this great resource into play. I was always filled with remorse for ‘Abay’ ( Blue Nile)was not able to do …

[Ethiopian Herald] "To be frank, sometime ago, not a soul was interested to talk about the River Nile for the reason that we were unable to bring this great resource into play. I was always filled with remorse for 'Abay' ( Blue Nile)was not able to do anything for us apart from flowing endlessly to other countries remiss in serving its starting point.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Investing in Youth Is Investing in the Future

[Ethiopian Herald] Africa abounds with youths. It is a continent of energetic and vibrant youths having a potential of changing the continent. This potential is sufficient not only in serving the economy of the continent but also the world as well. Thi…

[Ethiopian Herald] Africa abounds with youths. It is a continent of energetic and vibrant youths having a potential of changing the continent. This potential is sufficient not only in serving the economy of the continent but also the world as well. This potential was witnessed in times when the colonial powers driven African youths to their sweatshops abroad so as to render their own lands prosperous. This strong manpower is still untapped.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Striving Towards ICT Hub

[Ethiopian Herald] Adequate budgeting and efficient administration takes ICT development a long way. For developing countries such as Ethiopia which has its telecommunication service under state monopoly striving to create a universal coverage has been…

[Ethiopian Herald] Adequate budgeting and efficient administration takes ICT development a long way. For developing countries such as Ethiopia which has its telecommunication service under state monopoly striving to create a universal coverage has been the key mission before the country surrenders its state monopoly to the private sector through joining the World Trade Organization (WTO) initiative.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

‘Increase Women’s Participation By 35 Percent’

[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has called on political parties in the country to increase women’s participation and go beyond what was agreed to with the international community and ensure that at least 35 percent of all opportunities are g…

[Observer] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has called on political parties in the country to increase women's participation and go beyond what was agreed to with the international community and ensure that at least 35 percent of all opportunities are given to women to enter elections race.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

House Summons Lonestar Cell MTN On ‘Fake Promise’

[Observer] The House of Representatives has summoned the management of Lonestar Cell MTN over what they called ‘deceit’ for cutting off the three-day free promotion after being the only company that supported the proposed tax increment and pledged to b…

[Observer] The House of Representatives has summoned the management of Lonestar Cell MTN over what they called 'deceit' for cutting off the three-day free promotion after being the only company that supported the proposed tax increment and pledged to bear the responsibility without passing the cost on to consumers.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Bomi College Commends Neit, Mary Broh for 38 Computers

[Observer] The President of the Bomi County Community College (BCCC), Dr. Zobong Norman, has commended the New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) of Rhode Island in the United States for donating 26 desktop computers to the college. The donation is…

[Observer] The President of the Bomi County Community College (BCCC), Dr. Zobong Norman, has commended the New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) of Rhode Island in the United States for donating 26 desktop computers to the college. The donation is estimated at about US$18,200.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia