Ethiopia’s buoyant economy raises Heineken’s hopes for beer market growth

More From Our Site “It’s a country, where as a brewer, you believe you should be there … One can expect that there will be rapid expansion of the... Read more »

Ethiopia dam will turn Lake Turkana into ‘endless battlefield’, locals warn

People living near Lake Turkana in northern Kenya have little understanding that the fresh water essential to their development is likely to dry up when a huge hydoelectric dam... Read more »

Japan-Funded Geothermal Project Hobbled By Shortage of Water

By Berhanu Fekade One of the projects funded by the Japanese government in Ethiopia, the newly-initiated Alto Langano geothermal power plant, is said to be delayed due to shortage... Read more »

Flag Carrier Enrages Private Carriers

By Kaleyesus Bekele Owners and managers of local private airlines yesterday voiced their grave concern over Ethiopian Airlines recent initiative to launch a premium charter flight services. Following a... Read more »

Egypt rejects Ethiopia dam storage capacity

Egypt has objected to the storage capacity of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam, currently under construction, which it fears will negatively affect its Nile water share. Alaa Yassin, spokesperson on... Read more »

Egypt should be at ease with GERD: Ethiopian Patriarch

A picture taken on May 28, 2013 shows the Blue Nile in Guba, Ethiopia, during its diversion ceremony. (AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM LLOYD GEORGE) The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)... Read more »

Ethiopia strives to control its population growth

Ethiopia will seek to rein in its population growth by bringing its people’s fertility rate down to 2.6 percent in 2020 from 4.1 percent at present, a government official... Read more »

Fire Damages Historic Hotel in Ethiopia

A fire department official says a fire has damaged a hotel which is a historical landmark in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. Commander Tadesse Gemechu said Sunday two people... Read more »

State terrorism in Ethiopia’s Ogaden region

By Graham Peebles Ethiopia is being hailed as a shining example of African economic growth. Principal donors and devotees of the International Monetary Fund/World Bank development model (an imposed... Read more »

Ethiopia strives to control its population growth

“With 90 million people, Ethiopia is the most populous state in Sub-Saharan Africa,” Berhane Assefa, a family planning service coordinator at the Ministry of Health, said. “The country has... Read more »