Remittance Dilemma

By Dawit Endeshaw After Saudi government decided to deport Ethiopian immigrant flow of remittance shows decline: World Bank report Zenebche Zelek, a 23 was waiting to receive money sent from Doha Qatar... Read more »

Ethiopia dismisses reports of air force pilots’ defection to Kenya

January 5, 2015 (ADDIS ABABA) – The Ethiopian government on Monday dismissed reports circulated by opposition media alleging that four Air Force pilots have deserted to neighbouring Kenya. The Ethiopian Satellite Television... Read more »

South Sudan peace concert held in Ethiopia

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle January 3, 2015 (ADDIS ABABA) – As heavy fighting between Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) rival factions re-erupts this week, South Sudanese musicians in Ethiopia on Saturday stage a... Read more »

Confucius Institute Inaugurated in Addis Ababa University

Confucius Institute, the Chinese Institute for promoting Chinese Language and Culture, is inaugurated in Addis Ababa University on Monday (December 29). The Inaugural ceremony was held in the presence of senior officials... Read more »

President Mulatu

President Dr. Mulatu Teshome of Ethiopia bids farewell to the departing Ambassador of Nigeria, Ambassador Bulus Paul Lolo, at National Palace. On the occasion, President Dr. MulatuTeshome hailed the role played by... Read more »

China’s Confucius Institute Inaugurated in Ethiopia’s Addis Ababa University

Confucius Institute, a Chinese institute for promoting Chinese language, has been inaugurated at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia’s capital. The inaugural ceremony took place on Monday on the premises of Addis Ababa... Read more »

Addis Light Railway to Go Operational Next Month

The Addis Ababa’s light rail way project worth $475m would be completed by the end of January, the project manager told reporters. The project manager, Behailu Sintayehu,said that 80% of the track... Read more »

Ethiopians Seeking Birth Control: Caught Between Church And State

Her head draped with thin white fabric in the Ethiopian Orthodox tradition, Konjit walked to the stately entrance to the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Addis Ababa. But the soft-spoken 26-year-old did not... Read more »

Mending the Wall of Disconnection

opinion By Nurye Yassin This week has seen the Ethiopian Public Diplomacy Delegation, the first of its kind comprising more than 70 renowned personalities from all walks of life, visiting Cairo. The... Read more »

Unaffordable Expectations

By Dawit Endeshaw Birhanu Wolde Giorgis, an auto mechanic in his early 30’s knows how to work in a sector where most of the techniques and tasks are adopted and performed through... Read more »