Crowds jostle for holy water as Ethiopia celebrates Epiphany

By Associated Press By Associated Press January 19 at 9:36 AM ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopia’s Orthodox Christians have gathered to celebrate Timkat, or Epiphany, a major holiday marking the baptism of... Read more »

[Photos] Ethiopia students stage peaceful protest over Oromia deaths

An influential news portal in Ethiopia, Addis Standard, has shared photos of students in Oromia region’s town of Nekemte, staging what has been described as “a mass mourning” and silent protest over... Read more »

Skateboarding giving Ethiopia’s young a chance to escape the grind and for …

Posted April 27, 2015 23:50:17 Photo: Skating has become a way to escape trouble on the streets of the Ethiopian capital for many of Addis Ababa’s young. (AFP: Zacharias Abubeker) Swerving around... Read more »

Lakeside City Surmounts Africa’s Tourism Crisis

Photo: David Njagi By David Njagi Bahir Dar, Ethiopia — The evening calm is broken by a roll of drums at a social joint near the Rahnile Hotel. Crowds stream through the... Read more »

Cleaning Addis Abeba – It Is a Sisyphean Task

By Kalikidan Yibeltal More than 10,000 street cleaners are scrambling to clean a city that produces 200,000 tons of waste annually; but their job is a Sisyphean task In one uncharacteristically dry... Read more »

Teddy Afro’s new album Tikur Sew hits the streets

The highly anticipated renowned musician’s, Tewodros Kassahun, a.k.a. Teddy Afro’s album, entitled ‘Tikur Sew’ will be released today. This album which was long awaited by his fans has 11 tracks. Nine are... Read more »