The Common Inspirations and Experience Derived From China and Ethiopia’ Success

[Ethiopian Herald] In my article entitled The Rising Ethiopia (In the eyes of Chinese) published recently on The Ethiopian Herald, I had expressed my opinion that Ethiopia is dramatically rising and would be an emerging African star in a foreseeable ti…

[Ethiopian Herald] In my article entitled The Rising Ethiopia (In the eyes of Chinese) published recently on The Ethiopian Herald, I had expressed my opinion that Ethiopia is dramatically rising and would be an emerging African star in a foreseeable time as witnessed by the rapid economic development at an annual average growth rate of 10.7 per cent ranking 12th over the past decades in the economic growth of the world. Provided that the developing momentum could be maintained, Ethiopia is very likely to achieve the middle-i

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

That Essential Day Which Made the Bond Official

[Ethiopian Herald] There is more to being than just being a country. What makes a country really a country is an existence of a strong bondage of its people and the generosity and devotion they have for each other as well as their unity for the develop…

[Ethiopian Herald] There is more to being than just being a country. What makes a country really a country is an existence of a strong bondage of its people and the generosity and devotion they have for each other as well as their unity for the development and prosperity of their country.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ruling Party ‘Envies’ Zimbabwe’s Zanu-PF

[News24Wire] Vice President Cyril Ramaphosa has hailed Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu-PF party, saying that the African National Congress (ANC) would continue to seek guidance from the liberation movement, a report said on Sunday.

[News24Wire] Vice President Cyril Ramaphosa has hailed Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party, saying that the African National Congress (ANC) would continue to seek guidance from the liberation movement, a report said on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Low Turn Up at ‘Refugees Matter Fashion Show’

[New Times] Refugees Matter fashion show which took place at Hotel des Mille Collines in Kigali on Friday attracted just a handful of people as many seats were left unoccupied.

[New Times] Refugees Matter fashion show which took place at Hotel des Mille Collines in Kigali on Friday attracted just a handful of people as many seats were left unoccupied.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

U-20 Handball Team Begin Hunt for IHF Africa Zone 5B Title

[New Times] Rwanda U-20 men’s handball team will today begin hunting for their first International Handball Federation (IHF) Africa Zone 5B title when they take on South Sudan in the first game today.

[New Times] Rwanda U-20 men's handball team will today begin hunting for their first International Handball Federation (IHF) Africa Zone 5B title when they take on South Sudan in the first game today.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Mediators Abandon Talks

[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] International mediators left Mozambique last week, giving up on the stalemated talks between Renamo and the government. There was no formal statement, but the coordinator of the mediators, Mario Raffaelli, made c…

[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] International mediators left Mozambique last week, giving up on the stalemated talks between Renamo and the government. There was no formal statement, but the coordinator of the mediators, Mario Raffaelli, made clear they would only return if there was a formal invitation from the negotiating teams of the two sides.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Ongoing Road Blockade By Gunmen in Darfur Causes Shortage

[Radio Dabanga] Sortony / Deribat -Displaced people in Sortony camp in Kabkabiya locality and residents in Jebel Marra are regularly assaulted by militiamen who are also closing the roads. Residents complained that they are running out of provisions.

[Radio Dabanga] Sortony / Deribat -Displaced people in Sortony camp in Kabkabiya locality and residents in Jebel Marra are regularly assaulted by militiamen who are also closing the roads. Residents complained that they are running out of provisions.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan