The Real Estate Sector in Review

[Monitor] For four years, businessman Dr. Innocent Nahabwe has been trying to sell a plot of land he bought at Shs580m. Buyers are offering less than Shs300m. In a chat with a friend, property mogul, Sudhir Ruparelia, he was told that 68 per cent of Ka…

[Monitor] For four years, businessman Dr. Innocent Nahabwe has been trying to sell a plot of land he bought at Shs580m. Buyers are offering less than Shs300m. In a chat with a friend, property mogul, Sudhir Ruparelia, he was told that 68 per cent of Kampala is on sale but there are no readily buyers.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Research On the Nile – a Keystone of Successful Cooperation

[Ethiopian Herald] The Abay River, which contributes 85 per cent of the Nile water, accounts for 55 percent of Ethiopia’s water resource, while 40 per cent of the country’s population live in its surrounding. Engineer Gedion Asfaw, an Ethiopian Expert …

[Ethiopian Herald] The Abay River, which contributes 85 per cent of the Nile water, accounts for 55 percent of Ethiopia's water resource, while 40 per cent of the country's population live in its surrounding. Engineer Gedion Asfaw, an Ethiopian Expert at the International Panel of Experts (IPEs) which assesses the potential harm of the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on lower riparian countries says Abay has the potential to develop and capacity to generate over two million hectares of land through

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Here Is to a Borderless Africa in 2017 and Beyond!

[Monitor] On a recent road trip through south-western Uganda we did something I have always wanted to do; breakfasted in Kabale, had a long lazy lunch on the shores of Lake Kivu in Rwanda, contemplated but decided against high tea in Goma, DR Congo, an…

[Monitor] On a recent road trip through south-western Uganda we did something I have always wanted to do; breakfasted in Kabale, had a long lazy lunch on the shores of Lake Kivu in Rwanda, contemplated but decided against high tea in Goma, DR Congo, and were back on the beautiful edges of Lake Bunyonyi, in Kabale, in time for a late dinner.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Elevating the Ethio-Turkey Relations to New Heights

[Ethiopian Herald] The diplomatic relations between Turkey and Ethiopia goes back to 1896. It jump- started with a historic meeting to exchange experiences among delegates during the reign of Sultan Abdülhamid II and Emperor Menelik II of Ethiopia. Following the discussion the first Ottoman-Turkish Consulate General was opened in Harar in 1912.

[Ethiopian Herald] The diplomatic relations between Turkey and Ethiopia goes back to 1896. It jump- started with a historic meeting to exchange experiences among delegates during the reign of Sultan Abdülhamid II and Emperor Menelik II of Ethiopia. Following the discussion the first Ottoman-Turkish Consulate General was opened in Harar in 1912.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ethiopians in China to Purchase U.S.$14, 000 GERD Bond

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopians and foreign nationals of Ethiopian origin residing in Beijing, China, have pledged to purchase bonds worth 14,000 USD to finance the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopians and foreign nationals of Ethiopian origin residing in Beijing, China, have pledged to purchase bonds worth 14,000 USD to finance the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Country’s Heritage, Dev’t Impress Korean Students

[Ethiopian Herald] Students and professors from Seoul National University made their way to Ethiopia on an eight-day visit to country’s natural, historical and cultural heritages.

[Ethiopian Herald] Students and professors from Seoul National University made their way to Ethiopia on an eight-day visit to country's natural, historical and cultural heritages.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Popular Areas of 2016

[Monitor] Every year, there are places that are on demand for land and this year, Wakiso, Gayaza, Kungu topped areas that were sought after. According to real estate businessman, Denis Jjuuko, this was mainly because of the expansion of the city, so pe…

[Monitor] Every year, there are places that are on demand for land and this year, Wakiso, Gayaza, Kungu topped areas that were sought after. According to real estate businessman, Denis Jjuuko, this was mainly because of the expansion of the city, so people are seeking houses close to the capital where they work.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda