Towards Making Ethiopia Investment Hub

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has continued becoming investors’ choice. It is attracting more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from time to time. Particularly, textile and garment manufacturing industries, as the sectors are labour intensive, they create …

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has continued becoming investors' choice. It is attracting more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from time to time. Particularly, textile and garment manufacturing industries, as the sectors are labour intensive, they create millions of job opportunities,and help transfer technology. They have managed to attract both local and foreign big companies in the budget year. Thus, becoming Africa's light manufacturing industry hub is well in progress.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Internet Shutdown Costs Cameroon $1.39m

[East African] Businesses in Cameroon have lost over $1.39 million as the internet shutdown in the country enters a fourth week, a coalition of rights organisations monitoring the outage disclosed.

[East African] Businesses in Cameroon have lost over $1.39 million as the internet shutdown in the country enters a fourth week, a coalition of rights organisations monitoring the outage disclosed.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Addis Ababa Deserves Metropolitan University

[Ethiopian Herald] Kotebe College of Teacher Education was set up within the Haile Selassie I University (HSIU) in 1959 under the simple name College. In July 1968, the University, the Ministry of Education and UNESCO reached an agreement to phase the …

[Ethiopian Herald] Kotebe College of Teacher Education was set up within the Haile Selassie I University (HSIU) in 1959 under the simple name College. In July 1968, the University, the Ministry of Education and UNESCO reached an agreement to phase the junior secondary teacher training programme of the University. Thus, the College got detached from HSIU in 1969 and joined currently known as Addis Ababa Technical and Vocational College where it came to be known as Teacher Training College. Later the name was changed to Addis

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ethio-China Dynamic Economic Relations

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia and China started economic relations about 100 B.C when the Han dynasty of China and the Axumite empire of Ethiopia had trade exchanges. The two countries had made official relationship when they opened embassies in their re…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia and China started economic relations about 100 B.C when the Han dynasty of China and the Axumite empire of Ethiopia had trade exchanges. The two countries had made official relationship when they opened embassies in their respective capitals beginning from 1972. This relationship has reached a greater level over the past two decades.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

World Bank to Resume Fund Infrastructure Projects

[Monitor] Hoima/Kamwenge -The World Bank (WB) will in the next two months lift the suspended loans on the two road projects in Uganda after government made good progress in addressing environmental and social issues that led to the ban.

[Monitor] Hoima/Kamwenge -The World Bank (WB) will in the next two months lift the suspended loans on the two road projects in Uganda after government made good progress in addressing environmental and social issues that led to the ban.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Drama As Makerere Students Storm Council Meeting

[Monitor] There was drama at Makerere University in Kampala yesterday after some of the 500 students, who are missing on the graduation list, attempted to storm a crisis council meeting called to discuss their fate ahead of the February 21 ceremony.

[Monitor] There was drama at Makerere University in Kampala yesterday after some of the 500 students, who are missing on the graduation list, attempted to storm a crisis council meeting called to discuss their fate ahead of the February 21 ceremony.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda