How Do You Solve a Problem Like Ethiopia?

Tall metal gates guard a courtyard just off a busy street north of London’s financial district. The area, once down and out, is today much sought after, but scattered between the newly... Read more »

Sudan becomes second largest investor in Ethiopia after China

July 15, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) – Sudanese business firms have become the second largest foreign investors in Ethiopia after China, the state-run Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency said. According Awad al-Kareem, president... Read more »

Ethiopia: Wb Approves Record-High Funding to Ethiopia

The Washington-based World Bank Group this fiscal year has approved and disbursed a historic record high funding to Ethiopia, The Reporter has learnt. According to the information obtained, this fiscal year alone... Read more »

Why Ethiopian Extractive Industries Need Impact Agenda

Ethiopia has had a remarkable run in terms of economic growth. It is part of the EMICs – Ethiopia, Myanmar, Iran and Colombia – a group of high-opportunity countries identified by Impact... Read more »

Ethiopia Arrests 25 in ‘Terror’ Sweep

Addis Ababa:  Ethiopian police arrested 25 people accused of plotting attacks in the country and suspected of having links to Somalia’s Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab rebels, officials said Thursday. Government spokesman Shimeles Kemal told... Read more »

Ethiopia under fire over journalist arrest

Ethiopia under fire over journalist arrest/AFP ADDIS ABABA, May 29- The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Friday called on authorities in Ethiopia to release a journalist being held without charge following... Read more »

Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia vow to join armed struggle

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle May 21, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) – Thousands of Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia on Wednesday vowed to take up arms and join opposition forces in the struggle to remove the... Read more »

Ethiopia receives credit ratings needed for Eurobond issue

NAIROBI (Reuters) – Ethiopia received its first credit ratings on Friday, paving the way for a possible debut sovereign debt issue which would give investors another route into Africa’s second-most populous country.... Read more »

Dialysis, Kidney Transplant in Pipeline, Health Ministry Says

The Ministry of Health (MoH) disclosed on Tuesday that preparation is underway to begin the full treatment of kidney related diseases in the country, something that has been the most unaffordable and... Read more »

Protests Grow Over Addis Ababa’s Expansion

Addis Ababa is growing fast and set to expand further, pitting the government against Oromo activists, seeking to protect their rights. Ethnic Oromo students in Ethiopia are ratcheting up opposition to the... Read more »