The Bureau Collected Over Half Bln. Birr From Tourism

[Ethiopian Herald] Over 573 million birr has been collected from tourism in the last nine months, says Southern Nation Nationalities and Peoples’ State Culture and Tourism Bureau.

[Ethiopian Herald] Over 573 million birr has been collected from tourism in the last nine months, says Southern Nation Nationalities and Peoples' State Culture and Tourism Bureau.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Agriculture – Engine of Development for Ethiopia

[Ethiopian Herald] Economic development transforms an economy from one that is largely agricultural to one that is largely manufacturing and services. Since agriculture currently dominates Ethiopia’s economy and employment, however, there is an issue a…

[Ethiopian Herald] Economic development transforms an economy from one that is largely agricultural to one that is largely manufacturing and services. Since agriculture currently dominates Ethiopia's economy and employment, however, there is an issue as to what its role should be in getting from here to there.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

There Is a Call for Combating Wildlife Trafficking, Illegal Hunting

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA- Wildlife trafficking is one of the global challenges. It is thought to be the third most profitable illicit commerce in the world, after drugs and weapons. Illegal hunting and trafficking are serious challenges to the wi…

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA- Wildlife trafficking is one of the global challenges. It is thought to be the third most profitable illicit commerce in the world, after drugs and weapons. Illegal hunting and trafficking are serious challenges to the wildlife.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Human, Ndhlovu to Join Blitzboks in France

[News24Wire] Dewald Human and Mfundo Ndhlovu will replace the injured Cecil Afrika and Branco du Preez in the Springbok Sevens squad for this weekend’s Paris Sevens (June 9-10) at the Stade Jean Bouin in the French capital. Afrika (hamstring) and Du Pr…

[News24Wire] Dewald Human and Mfundo Ndhlovu will replace the injured Cecil Afrika and Branco du Preez in the Springbok Sevens squad for this weekend's Paris Sevens (June 9-10) at the Stade Jean Bouin in the French capital. Afrika (hamstring) and Du Preez (shoulder) will return to South Africa for treatment, while Human and Ndhlovo will fly out to France on Monday.Human made his debut for the Blitzboks in Paris last year and captained the side to Hong Kong in March, where they won bronze.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

AU Says AMISOM Lacks Resources to Defeat Al-Shabaab

[Shabelle] Logistical problems and military deficiencies are handicapping the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom) in its decade-long fight against al-Shabaab, an AU official acknowledged in a wide-ranging and generally pessimistic assessment publ…

[Shabelle] Logistical problems and military deficiencies are handicapping the African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom) in its decade-long fight against al-Shabaab, an AU official acknowledged in a wide-ranging and generally pessimistic assessment published Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Puntland Refutes Al-Shabaab Claim of Killing Soldiers in Attack

[Shabelle] At least 41 Al-Shabab fighters have been killed in an anti-Al-Shabab operation in Al-Madow Mountains, Puntland Puntland Security Forces said in a statement on Saturday.

[Shabelle] At least 41 Al-Shabab fighters have been killed in an anti-Al-Shabab operation in Al-Madow Mountains, Puntland Puntland Security Forces said in a statement on Saturday.

PM Khaire, Regional Leaders Arrive in Baidoa for Security Talks

[Shabelle] Somali Prime Minister, Hassan Ali Kheire has arrived in Baidoa, the administrative capital of Southwest state. The delegation of the Prime Minister was welcomed at the airport by Southwest leaders.

[Shabelle] Somali Prime Minister, Hassan Ali Kheire has arrived in Baidoa, the administrative capital of Southwest state. The delegation of the Prime Minister was welcomed at the airport by Southwest leaders.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Poor Coordination Blamed for Delaying Child Justice in Mulanje

[Malawi News Agency] Mulanje -Lack of proper linkage between police officers and police establishments is said to be delaying child justice in Mulanje, a development that has raised concern among stakeholders in the district.

[Malawi News Agency] Mulanje -Lack of proper linkage between police officers and police establishments is said to be delaying child justice in Mulanje, a development that has raised concern among stakeholders in the district.