School Asks Pupils to Sign Non-Pregnancy Commitment Form

[News24Wire] The department of education in Mpumalanga will be sending a support team to a school in the province where pupils have been asked to sign a document committing them to not falling pregnant.

[News24Wire] The department of education in Mpumalanga will be sending a support team to a school in the province where pupils have been asked to sign a document committing them to not falling pregnant.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Improving Citizens’ Life Style

[Ethiopian Herald] The first large installation of solar energy tapping panel in Ethiopia was conducted in Mitto village with a mini-grid of 10 kW in 1985, by the former Ministry of Mines and Energy. Four years latter it was expanded to 30-kW. Before 2…

[Ethiopian Herald] The first large installation of solar energy tapping panel in Ethiopia was conducted in Mitto village with a mini-grid of 10 kW in 1985, by the former Ministry of Mines and Energy. Four years latter it was expanded to 30-kW. Before 2008, almost the major solar power applications were used for telecommunications. In early 2013 a solar panel assembly plant was opened around the suburb ofAddis Ababa.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Taking Bilateral Ties to New Heights

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia’s diplomatic relations, particularly in business diplomacy and tourism attraction, have been steadily growing from time to time registering astounding and promising achievements. But compared to its number of external relati…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia's diplomatic relations, particularly in business diplomacy and tourism attraction, have been steadily growing from time to time registering astounding and promising achievements. But compared to its number of external relations, the nation has not yet benefited economically to the extent it should. It still needs relentless efforts in expanding business diplomacy and conducting promotional activities globally.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Responsibility for the Common Good

[Ethiopian Herald] Once in a while, life demands every one of us to pass critical decisions. Besides, we pass routine decisions every day on what to eat, what to dress, where to go, with whom to spend time with and so on. Life is all about this, making…

[Ethiopian Herald] Once in a while, life demands every one of us to pass critical decisions. Besides, we pass routine decisions every day on what to eat, what to dress, where to go, with whom to spend time with and so on. Life is all about this, making decisions - major and minor once. With every breath we take in, we are making conscious or unconscious decisions.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Enterprise Donates 1.1 Million Birr for School Feeding Program

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Shipping and Logistics Services Enterprise (ESLSE) donated 1.1 million Birr to Ye Enat Weg Charitable Association for the execution of school feeding program.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Shipping and Logistics Services Enterprise (ESLSE) donated 1.1 million Birr to Ye Enat Weg Charitable Association for the execution of school feeding program.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Nation Performing Well Amid Challenges – Premier MPs Discuss Six-Month Report

[Ethiopian Herald] Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn said despite facing various local and international challenges, the overall economic performance of the nation has been promising.

[Ethiopian Herald] Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn said despite facing various local and international challenges, the overall economic performance of the nation has been promising.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ahmad Ahmed Replaces Issa Hayatou

[Ethiopian Herald] Madagascan Ahmad Ahmad elected as next CAF President yesterday replacing the long-serving Issa Hayatou at the 39th General Assembly of the confederation.

[Ethiopian Herald] Madagascan Ahmad Ahmad elected as next CAF President yesterday replacing the long-serving Issa Hayatou at the 39th General Assembly of the confederation.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Board, Co-Operative Union Dissolved Over Fund Misuse

[Daily News] PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa (pictured) yesterday dissolved Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) and Western Zone Tobacco Growers Cooperative Union Ltd (WETCU) over failure to supervise the crop and embezzlement of funds.

[Daily News] PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa (pictured) yesterday dissolved Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) and Western Zone Tobacco Growers Cooperative Union Ltd (WETCU) over failure to supervise the crop and embezzlement of funds.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania