City Transfers 2,605 Condominium Houses

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA-The Housing Development and Administration Agency of Addis Ababa City Administration transferred 2,605 condominium houses to the beneficiaries in a lottery draw held at municipality yesterday. This 12th round house transf…

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA-The Housing Development and Administration Agency of Addis Ababa City Administration transferred 2,605 condominium houses to the beneficiaries in a lottery draw held at municipality yesterday. This 12th round house transfer programme has favored women and community members with disabilities.

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Ethiopia Unique in Halting HIV

[Ethiopian Herald] U.S. Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy, Ambassador Deborah L. Birx told The Ethiopian Herald indicated that a remarkable progress is being witnessed in Ethiopia.

[Ethiopian Herald] U.S. Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy, Ambassador Deborah L. Birx told The Ethiopian Herald indicated that a remarkable progress is being witnessed in Ethiopia.

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Market Economy Boosting Investment

[Ethiopian Herald] The type of political structure of a given country decides the type of economic system it applied. Following the coming of the military junta into power in 1974 Ethiopian political map was totally shifted and its economic structure w…

[Ethiopian Herald] The type of political structure of a given country decides the type of economic system it applied. Following the coming of the military junta into power in 1974 Ethiopian political map was totally shifted and its economic structure was also changed. The previous market led economy was replaced by command system. All private firms were nationalized. Individual capital was limited.

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Ground-Breaking Inventions Create Better Ethiopia

[Ethiopian Herald] Today’s guest is Wassihun Teffera. He is an inventor. He was born and raised in Goljota village, Arsi Negele, West Arsi, Oromia State. At this point in time, he is a second year Electro Mechanical Engineering student at Addis Ababa S…

[Ethiopian Herald] Today's guest is Wassihun Teffera. He is an inventor. He was born and raised in Goljota village, Arsi Negele, West Arsi, Oromia State. At this point in time, he is a second year Electro Mechanical Engineering student at Addis Ababa Science and Technology University (AASTU) found around Akaky Kaliti, Kilinto area. He is a member and founder of the Koket Group. He pursued primary and secondary education at his place of birth and Arsi Negele in that order.

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Reasserting Ethiopia’s Diplomatic Clout

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia’s relation with world organizations counts decades and is one of the very first countries in the world to join or a founding member of them. History remembers how the late Emperor Haileselassie counted on the power and influ…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia's relation with world organizations counts decades and is one of the very first countries in the world to join or a founding member of them. History remembers how the late Emperor Haileselassie counted on the power and influenced of the world body, then the League of Nations, and joined it considering a guarantee for the common security and sovereignty of nations.

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Momentum Proteas End 15-Year Victory Drought Against England in Landmark Win

[Cricket South Africa] The Momentum Proteas broke their 15-year dry spell in England when they beat the hosts at home for the first time since 2003. The seven-wicket victory, which was set up by bowlers, Shabnim Ismail (3/25) and Ayabonga Khaka (3/42) and consolidated by batters, Lizelle Lee (92*) and captain Dané van Niekerk, saw the visitors take a one-nil lead in the three-match series in Worcester on Saturday. It was a particularly sweet victory as it was the hosts’ first match at home since their ICC World Cup

[Cricket South Africa] The Momentum Proteas broke their 15-year dry spell in England when they beat the hosts at home for the first time since 2003. The seven-wicket victory, which was set up by bowlers, Shabnim Ismail (3/25) and Ayabonga Khaka (3/42) and consolidated by batters, Lizelle Lee (92*) and captain Dané van Niekerk, saw the visitors take a one-nil lead in the three-match series in Worcester on Saturday. It was a particularly sweet victory as it was the hosts' first match at home since their ICC World Cup

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Snnpr Earns More Than 500 Million Birr From Tourism in 9 Nine Months

[Ethiopian Herald] HAWASSA: – South Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR) has earned about 573 Million Birr from more than 1.3 million tourists who visited the state during the last nine months, according to the States Culture and…

[Ethiopian Herald] HAWASSA: - South Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR) has earned about 573 Million Birr from more than 1.3 million tourists who visited the state during the last nine months, according to the States Culture and Tourism Bureau.

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Kaizen in Ethiopian Manufacturing Industries

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has started implementing the Kaizen philosophy some five years back in some selected pilot companies and organizations. The selected companies are more of manufacturing and some service sector. And the Ethiopian Kaizen Insti…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has started implementing the Kaizen philosophy some five years back in some selected pilot companies and organizations. The selected companies are more of manufacturing and some service sector. And the Ethiopian Kaizen Institute was taking the leadership in implementing the programmes beginning at a pilot level. Now the institute hopes to achieve improved production both in quantity and quality in all public and private enterprises and companies on a continuous basis.

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Authority Signs Nine Road Project Agreements Worth 13.3 Bln Birr

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA: – Agreements have been signed for the construction of nine road projects covered 749 kilometers across the country with a total cost of 13.3 Billion birr, according to the Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA).

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA: - Agreements have been signed for the construction of nine road projects covered 749 kilometers across the country with a total cost of 13.3 Billion birr, according to the Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA).

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