No Compromise With Quality Education

[Ethiopian Herald] Twenty six years back, wallowing in absolute poverty, Ethiopia was at the verge of disintegration. Internal turmoil had opened its grotto mouth to swallow innocent citizens. However, thanks to the peace loving Ethiopians and others, …

[Ethiopian Herald] Twenty six years back, wallowing in absolute poverty, Ethiopia was at the verge of disintegration. Internal turmoil had opened its grotto mouth to swallow innocent citizens. However, thanks to the peace loving Ethiopians and others, the dark cloud, as a bad omen hovering on the sky, was averted. That turning point in history heralded the commencement of a peaceful journey. Following its ascension to power, the then Transitional Government aimed at bringing about immediate peace, stability and democratizati

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Community Service in ECSU

[Ethiopian Herald] Colleges and universities are entrusted with the task of providing well-organized community services. Such learning institutions aim at stepping up their livelihood support to nearby communities. This community service helps to bring…

[Ethiopian Herald] Colleges and universities are entrusted with the task of providing well-organized community services. Such learning institutions aim at stepping up their livelihood support to nearby communities. This community service helps to bring positive impact on the nearby target groups as well as others residing in places where the projects are being carried out.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

State Launches Carbon Emission Reduction Project

[Ethiopian Herald] Oromia Forested Landscape Project (OFLP), a new climate resilient initiative, aimed at making substantial contribution for the reduction of carbon emission by 2030 was launched yesterday.

[Ethiopian Herald] Oromia Forested Landscape Project (OFLP), a new climate resilient initiative, aimed at making substantial contribution for the reduction of carbon emission by 2030 was launched yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Tanzania Extradites Suspected Global Drug Kingpin ‘Shkuba’ to U.S.

[Daily News] Lawyers representing the most wanted drug king, Ally Khatibu Haji, alias Shkuba and two others, were yesterday caught by surprise upon learning that their clients have already been extradited to United States of America (USA) for trial on …

[Daily News] Lawyers representing the most wanted drug king, Ally Khatibu Haji, alias Shkuba and two others, were yesterday caught by surprise upon learning that their clients have already been extradited to United States of America (USA) for trial on drug offences, while the appeal against the extradition was still pending.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Wema Case Comes for Hearing Next Month

[Daily News] Prosecution has completed investigations into the trial of Wema Sepetu, who alongside her two maids, face charges of drug abuse before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam.

[Daily News] Prosecution has completed investigations into the trial of Wema Sepetu, who alongside her two maids, face charges of drug abuse before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate's Court in Dar es Salaam.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

More Efforts Needed to Improve Financial Literacy Among Women

[New Times] One of challenges Rwanda is facing as a developing country is increasing savings and investment to promote economic growth. These two drivers of economic growth are dependent on the level of financial awareness and financial literacy among …

[New Times] One of challenges Rwanda is facing as a developing country is increasing savings and investment to promote economic growth. These two drivers of economic growth are dependent on the level of financial awareness and financial literacy among citizens. Financial illiteracy is also a big barrier to financial inclusion and entrepreneurship among women.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

How Cyber Security Can Become the ‘Immune System’ of Your Firm’s Digital Transformation

[New Times] Digital technologies like the Internet of Things will add $14 trillion to the world’s 20 largest economies by 2030. That’s one fifth of the current world GDP.

[New Times] Digital technologies like the Internet of Things will add $14 trillion to the world's 20 largest economies by 2030. That's one fifth of the current world GDP.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

How MPs Joined Forces to Save Chadema’s Mdee

[Citizen] Dodoma -MPs from both the ruling CCM and Opposition yesterday put aside their political differences and pardoned Ms Halima Mdee (Kawe-Chadema), who was earlier banned from attending the remainder of the budget sitting.

[Citizen] Dodoma -MPs from both the ruling CCM and Opposition yesterday put aside their political differences and pardoned Ms Halima Mdee (Kawe-Chadema), who was earlier banned from attending the remainder of the budget sitting.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania