Ethio-India Ties Take New Trajectory

[Ethiopian Herald] The two millennia-old friendships between Ethiopia and India is probably one of the oldest ties in history, as Axumite traders in the 1st century AD traded with Indians through the ancient port of Adulis. However, fully fledged bilat…

[Ethiopian Herald] The two millennia-old friendships between Ethiopia and India is probably one of the oldest ties in history, as Axumite traders in the 1st century AD traded with Indians through the ancient port of Adulis. However, fully fledged bilateral ties were launched in the mid 20th century. The two countries enjoyed a longstanding friendship in multiple areas of cooperation, especially in trade and education.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Tackling TB Through Music, Dance

[The Herald] Despite his eloquent voice and exuberant theatrics on stage, deep down under, Progress Chipfumo is still smarting from survival scars, vestiges of an ailment onslaught and is now a man on a mission. The determined Afro pop musician, a surv…

[The Herald] Despite his eloquent voice and exuberant theatrics on stage, deep down under, Progress Chipfumo is still smarting from survival scars, vestiges of an ailment onslaught and is now a man on a mission. The determined Afro pop musician, a survivor of the tuberculosis, which nearly put him off the musical scene rails nearly a decade ago is set to launch an ambitious plan whereby he will be spreading awareness of the disease through music. The lingering thoughts about 2008, the year when he was diagnosed with th

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why Weah and Boakai Are Poised for Run-Off

[Observer] Coalition for Democratic Change standard bearer George M. Weah and Unity Party standard bearer Joseph N. Boakai could end up in a 2nd-round election to decide who becomes President of Liberia

[Observer] Coalition for Democratic Change standard bearer George M. Weah and Unity Party standard bearer Joseph N. Boakai could end up in a 2nd-round election to decide who becomes President of Liberia

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ministry Forecasts Productive Year

[Ethiopian Herald] Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resource revealed that a great amount of yield is expected by 2018 based on the current trajectory. It was indicated that integrated effects have been exerted on protecting the crop from diseases a…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resource revealed that a great amount of yield is expected by 2018 based on the current trajectory. It was indicated that integrated effects have been exerted on protecting the crop from diseases and insects with effective pesticide management and distribution.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ex-British Soldier Fights for Freedom

[The Herald] An ex-British soldier suspected of manufacturing dangerous drugs at his home yesterday said he was not happy with the court’s decision to dismiss his application for exception and will approach the High Court for recourse. Through his lawy…

[The Herald] An ex-British soldier suspected of manufacturing dangerous drugs at his home yesterday said he was not happy with the court's decision to dismiss his application for exception and will approach the High Court for recourse. Through his lawyer Advocate Sylvester Hashiti, Francis Joscelyne (39) said he will file an urgent chamber application to stay proceedings at the lower court and for review of the proceedings.Harare regional magistrate Mr Hoseah Mujaya postponed the matter to October 19 to allow Adv Hashi

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Special Economic Zone Concept Just What Country Needs

[The Herald] Most cities and towns in Zimbabwe are characterised by dilapidated infrastructure, de-industrialisation, over-crowded streets, poor state of roads, unavailability of public lighting, among other challenges. City fathers if confronted on th…

[The Herald] Most cities and towns in Zimbabwe are characterised by dilapidated infrastructure, de-industrialisation, over-crowded streets, poor state of roads, unavailability of public lighting, among other challenges. City fathers if confronted on this state of affairs, argue that there is no foreign currency and investors are not keen on pumping money into the development of these urban centres.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Keep Walking, Grab Some Books

[Ethiopian Herald] Back in the days, not only dreaming of being a writer or an author but also if one spoke of some contents from a book he/she read would make him/her one of the most admired and stylish members of the literate society of whatever age….

[Ethiopian Herald] Back in the days, not only dreaming of being a writer or an author but also if one spoke of some contents from a book he/she read would make him/her one of the most admired and stylish members of the literate society of whatever age. Being a writer and a critical reader used to be a privilege. The way of knowing people's perspective about the past and the future is reading the wisdom of wise people who seriously observe the ways of peoples' life styles.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia