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    ETHIOPIANISM –THE A SOUTH AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    What is the connection between Ethiopianism in South Africa and the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Ethiopia? If any of you have ever thought about the connection between the Ethiopian Church in South Africa and the main church in Ethiopia: the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, you have a more inquiring mind than I do! (Nearly half of Ethiopia’s population […]

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    Take a break from safaris and check out the city life of these Four African cities

    Bert Archer, CNN As with most of the world, the heart of Africa is found in its cities. And yet tourists in Africa seem to largely prefer seeking out the continent’s wildlife rather than its cultural city centers. Safaris can be delightful, but the problem, as Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina has pointed out, is when tourists imagine […]

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    Audio reveals pilots angrily confronting Boeing about 737 Max feature before second deadly crash

    CNN, By Jason Hanna and Gregory Wallace The meeting between the pilots and Boeing happened in November — just weeks after an October crash of a Lion Air 737 Max into the Java Sea, and four months before a 737 Max operated by Ethiopian Air crashed in Ethiopia. On the audio, a Boeing official is […]

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    Four Perfect Days in Enchanted Ethiopia

    Splice Today By Ken Silverstein A tourist guide on how to stay high on khat in Addis Ababa and keep it legal. Today as I write is April 30, 2011 in Ethiopia. No, I’m not high on khat (alternatively spelled qat, and pronounced chaht in the country), though I was for four straight days during […]

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    Israeli finally admitted having injected one contraceptive agent in immigrant Falasha Jews; Without their knowledge

    Milli Gazette By Armin Arefi The mystery is finally lifted on the astonishing 50% decline in the fertility rate of Ethiopian Jews in Israel since 2000. After five years of successive denials, the Israeli government admitted that it had established a system of contraception of immigrant women of Ethiopian origin before their arrival in Israel. […]

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    African Union and UN back civilian-led Sudan transition

    AP NEWS AGENCY AU Commission Chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat says sustaining the ruling military council ‘is not acceptable’. The African Union and the United Nations have said they are supporting a civilian-led transitional government in Sudan following last month’s overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir. AU Commission Chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat told reporters after meeting on Monday with UN […]

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    These four factors hinder the long-cherished dream of a united Africa

    Face 2 Face Africa, byFATIATU INUSAH When the delegation of African Union and African Diaspora Leaders met at the Schomburg Research Center in Harlem, Abdoulaye Wade, former president of Senegal called upon leaders of Africa to ensure the realization of the United Africa vision by 2017. Before then, Muammar Gaddafi of Libya had made a similar call […]

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    Bidders wanted for $2bn geothermal project in Ethiopia’s Rift Valley

    Global Construction review A joint venture between Paris-based investor Meridiam and Reykjavik Geothermal has just launched a tender for the world’s fourth largest geothermal energy scheme. Tulu Moye Geothermal is looking for contractors and engineers to build the 50MW first phase of a $2bn, 520MW plant near a volcano in the Ethiopian Rift Valley that […]

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    Ethiopian and Eritrean Easter (ፋሲካ)

    Fasika (Ge’ez: ፋሲካ, sometimes transcribed as word for Easter, also calledTensae (Ge’ez: ትንሣኤ, “to rise”). In Ethiopia and Eritrea, the most prominent and longstanding religion has been the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church(then including the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church) since the times of Frumentius. Ethiopian (Ethio-Eritrean, Eastern) Easter, or Fasika, however, takes place in all the Christian Churches throughout the country weather it be Orthodox, […]

Poltics

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    Ethiopia looks to young technocrats to lead ambitious reform drive

    Financial Times, by Tom Wilson in Addis Ababa Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has broken with tradition in Ethiopia by appointing young technocrats with international experience to important economic jobs as he seeks to turn the country’s tightly controlled, state-led economy into a competitive free market powered by private capital.  New generation with international experience appointed to […]

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    Ethiopianism is far above words!!!

    BY LEULSEGED WORKU, Ethiopian Herald Lately, the writer of this piece and his friends had a chance to attend a get-together program organized by a group of individual Ethiopians. These senior citizens are found in their late 60s. The reason they are gathered under one roof was to inaugurate one of their friend’s house. Among […]

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    The challenge to the TPLF…from Tigray’s own grassroots

    BY GETACHEW GEBREKIROS AfricanArgument Local youth protests over land will continue to grow if the TPLF acts as an occupying force rather than a responsible government. Over the last few decades, Ethiopia’sgovernment has forced hundreds of thousands of people from their homes. On several occasions, the state has expropriated large tracts of land – such as […]

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    The BBC’s “World Questions” current events program came to Addis Ababa and witnessed how much freedom of expression has changed

    Washington Post, By Paul Schemm ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — In a scene that would have been unimaginable just a year ago, some 200 Ethiopians in the capital debated their country’s politics, economics and expressed their fears over the rise in ethnic violence. The BBC’s “World Questions” current events program came to Addis Ababa on Monday […]

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    The 42-yr-old Ethiopian Prime Minister wins another top peace prize for his bold reforms

    Face2Face Africa, by Mildred Europa Taylor Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has been named as laureate of the 2019 edition of the Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize for his activities in the Horn of Africa region, particularly, for instigating the peace agreement between his country and longtime adversary, Eritrea. Ahmed was declared winner of the award […]

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    Beyond ethnic politics and hate

    The Ethiopian Herald, BY FITSUM GETACHEW It is not a secret that the just commemorated 25th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide had its basic origin in ethnic politics. What once you used to be called ‘tribalism’ now more often known as ethnic’ or ‘nationality’ division seems to be a curse everywhere. We have seen in […]

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    As Ethiopian economy grows, new St. Paul(Minnesotasota) consulate seeks to gain trust, encourage trade

    Twin Cities, By FREDERICK MELO | fmelo@pioneerpress.com | Pioneer Press From third-floor offices at the Court International Building along University Avenue in St. Paul Ewnetu Bilata Debela helps serve “Ethiopians in diaspora” — families displaced by decades of border wars and government crack-downs on political dissidents, including many young people. Debela assumed the position of consul general of the […]

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    Five Africans have been listed on Time magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people globally.

    Quartz, By Yomi Kazeem Two heads of state, two athletes and an education innovator: the Africans on the Time 100 list After a first year in office marked by sweeping changes, Abiy Ahmed, prime minister of Ethiopia, has seen his stock and influence rapidly grow. Poignantly, Abiy’s tribute on the list was penned by Feyisa Lilesa, the Ethiopian marathoner who famously […]

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    Revolutionary Change at Home, Ethiopia Is Remaking Its Middle East Ties

    World Politics Review, by Daniel Benaim Since protests swept 42-year-old Abiy Ahmed into power as Ethiopia’s prime minister a year ago, the country has undertaken a dramatic series of changes. Abiy has ended Ethiopia’s two-decade conflict with its neighbor Eritrea, introduced ambitious reforms designed to lessen repression, and vowed to organize Ethiopia’s first free and fair […]

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    One year on, tough times loom for Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed

      AFP, by Chr Stein In his first speech as Ethiopian prime minister last April, Abiy Ahmed called for an end to the repressive, exclusionary governance that had plunged the country into turmoil. It was a promise on which he is seen to have delivered dramatically, earning him both international acclaim and domestic popularity so […]

Business

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    Ethiopia to announce the librailization plan of Telecom next week, government officals.

    (Reuters) – Ethiopia is aiming to award telco licenses to multinational mobile companies by the end of the year, ending a state monopoly and opening up one of the world’s last major closed telecoms markets, three people with direct knowledge of the process said. Ethiopia’s telecoms industry is considered the big prize in a push […]

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    Africa Hotel Investment Forum will take place in the coming September at the Sheraton Addis, Ethiopia.

    Breaking Trarvel News, The agenda for the Africa Hotel Investment Forum has been also released. The event will take place at the Sheraton Addis, Ethiopia, on September 23rd-25th. Among an impressive line-up of speakers will be Olivier Granet, chief executive, Kasada Capital Management, the new billion-dollar, sub-Saharan investment fund, the first and biggest of its […]

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    Reykjavik Geothermal, a power developer is about to kick off a $4.4 billion project to bring volcanic energy to Ethiopia

    Bloomberg, By Ragnhildur Sigurdardotti Reykjavik Geothermal, a power developer backed by hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones II, is about to kick off a $4.4 billion project to bring volcanic energy to Ethiopia. Tapping long-built Icelandic expertise in channeling volcanic power, the developer is preparing to start exploration drilling in September for two 500-megawatt plants […]

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    More than 200 people paid an eye-watering $173,000 to attend a dinner thrown by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed

    Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has hosted a fundraising dinner to help secure $1bn (£750m) for infrastructure projects in the capital , which helps to raise funds for beautifing the capital Addis Ababa, state media reported Monday. The state-affiliated Fana Broadcasting Corporate published pictures of diners, some wearing tuxedos, seated at a long rose-covered banquet […]

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    Audio reveals pilots angrily confronting Boeing about 737 Max feature before second deadly crash

    CNN, By Jason Hanna and Gregory Wallace The meeting between the pilots and Boeing happened in November — just weeks after an October crash of a Lion Air 737 Max into the Java Sea, and four months before a 737 Max operated by Ethiopian Air crashed in Ethiopia. On the audio, a Boeing official is […]

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    Ethiopia PM raises over $25m for project to beautify Addis Ababa

    Africa News, by AbdurRahman Alfa Shaban A fundraising effort aimed at beautifying the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, has raked in over $25 million dollars from a section of the project supporters. PM Abiy Ahmed’s office disclosed on Monday that the latest amount of funds had been raised from local and international support including from the […]

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    Why There Is A Need For A Long-Term Investment Model In Ethiopia

    Forbes, By Michael Posner In the last several years, a growing number of global apparel companies have begun having their products manufactured in Ethiopia. For these firms, Ethiopia has become the new low-wage frontier. The East African country now competes with Bangladesh, Vietnam and other South and East Asian nations for a share of the […]

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    Ethiopia benefits from tax policy reform, AfDB report

    Africa data by: Andrea Ayemoba Revenue collection in Ethiopia has increased significantly after the government implemented tax reforms to boost resources. These findings were revealed at a workshop hosted by the African Development Bank and a high-level delegation from the Ethiopian government. A study found that the introduction of electronic cash registers increased value added […]

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    Ethiopia announces procurement for 500 MW of solar

    PV Magazine byILIAS TSAGAS Developers have until May 29 to register for the first stage of the process to procure four solar projects. With work under way on the second round of the IFC’s Scaling Solar program in the nation, 12 bidders have been identified to compete for the two projects previously offered under the […]

Travel

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    Let’s journeys through a land truly like no other — the place where man first walked on the earth

    A colorful nation and home for more than 80 nation nationalities and peoples, believed to be the cradle of human civilization, Ethiopia is one of Africa’s most beguiling destinations. The only country on the continent never to be colonized, it wears its ancient past with pride and has largely shrugged off a turbulent recent history. […]

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    If you want to know what life might look like on the Red Planet, Don’t look further than Ethiopia’s Dallol geothermal area

    Science Alert, By MIKE MCRAE Let’s face it – compared to Mars, our planet is a biological paradise dripping with moisture and relative absence of toxic chemistry. If we want to know what life might look like on the Red Planet, we need to go hunting in extreme environments. Ethiopia’s Dallol geothermal area could qualify. […]

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    Take a break from safaris and check out the city life of these Four African cities

    Bert Archer, CNN As with most of the world, the heart of Africa is found in its cities. And yet tourists in Africa seem to largely prefer seeking out the continent’s wildlife rather than its cultural city centers. Safaris can be delightful, but the problem, as Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina has pointed out, is when tourists imagine […]

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    The ‘sacred forests’ of northern Ethiopia

    They were found through a quirk of the region’s geopolitical history, which left a photographic trail of WWII aerial photos and declassified Cold War-era spy satellite images. By Sarah Hewitt A group of children were listening to a story beneath the shade of an African juniper tree in a small church forest near Debre Tabor […]

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    The highlands of Ethiopia

    Home Destinations Ethiopia Ethiopia’s highlands have been home to civilisations of wealth and power over the past three millennia, and the riches they’ve left behind are still here for you to see. Matt Phillips, who has a long affinity with the country, is here to help you experience the best of it. There are many […]

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    Four Perfect Days in Enchanted Ethiopia

    Splice Today By Ken Silverstein A tourist guide on how to stay high on khat in Addis Ababa and keep it legal. Today as I write is April 30, 2011 in Ethiopia. No, I’m not high on khat (alternatively spelled qat, and pronounced chaht in the country), though I was for four straight days during […]

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    The quick-and-easy guide to birding in Ethiopia

    Arguably the most diverse country in Africa, Ethiopia offers some of the best birding on the continent. With a formidable list of endemic and regional specialties, the country’s bird list exceeds 860 species. So, whether you’re a serious twitcher or have a more general interest, you’re going to love it here. Use the expert insight […]

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    AFRICA’S RAREST CARNIVORE FIGHTS FOR SURVIVAL IN THE ETHIOPIAN HIGHLANDS

    Pasfic Standard, By JAYMI HEIMBUCH There are only about 500 Ethiopian wolves left in the wild—and they face a number of growing threats. One non-profit is working to save them. A thick layer of frost blankets the landscape, creating a gauzy haze over the tans and pale greens of the Ethiopian Highlands. Amid the frozen […]

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    Ethiopia’s Remote Afar: an Ancient Way of Life Continues in a Modernising Country

    By James Jeffrey Once made infamous through explorers’ tales of old, Ethiopia’s remote northeast Afar region both conforms to and contradicts stereotypes. Tough neighbourhood: Ethiopia’s remote northeast Afar region contains the Danakil Depression—the hottest place on earth where temperatures in the naked plains frequently soar above 50 degrees centigrade, exacerbated by the fierce blowing of the […]

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    Mountain Biking in the Roof of Africa

    ETHIOPIA – The Velvet Fist in an iron glove By Fred Horny After many discussions in the winter with my friend Guillaume, our choice was made, we are going to head to Ethiopia. Trails full of oriental perfume, burning incense odors, and big mountains not really known for mountain biking. It’s a simple plan on […]

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    The hidden treasures of Ethiopia

    By Guy Kelly , The Telegraph We were told only to expect a walk. A walk, and perhaps a church at the end of it. As a plan it sounded comfortable enough; as a plan it sounded much like a Sunday in Hampshire. So you can understand my concern when I saw the man holding a […]

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    Ethiopia National Park, The Simien Mountains

    The Simien Mountains National Park in Northern Ethiopia is an exotic setting with unique wildlife and breath-taking views on a landscape shaped by nature and traditional agriculture. The natural beauties of this region have always filled visitors from Ethiopia and abroad with awe. Gentle highland ridges at altitudes above 3600 meters above sea level covered […]

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    Ethiopian National Park: Chebera Churchura Park

    Chebera Churchura National Park (CCNP) is located on the western side of the central Omo-Gibe basin, in between Dawro zone and Konta Special Woreda of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State of Ethiopia.  The Omo River provides the boundary between the south and the West. The natural vegetation of the park is diverse. […]

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    Awash National Park, Ethiopia

    Awash National Park is one of the national parks of Ethiopia. Spanning across the southern tip of the Afar Region and the northeastern corner of the Misraq Shewa Zone of Oromia, this park is 225 kilometers east of Addis Ababa(and a few kilometers west of Awash), with its southern boundary along the Awash River, and covers 756 square kilometers of acacia woodland and grassland. The Addis Ababa – Dire Dawa highway […]

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    Ethiopian National Park, Gambella National Park ‘the hidden treasure’

    Beyond the mountains, in far West Ethiopia is one of the country’s lesser-known treasures Gambella National Park. Which was created in 1973, 5000 square km of the landscape, that teams with wildlife.  But over the years the parks boundaries and the wildlife within it were gradually encroached upon, so Ethiopia’s Wildlife Conservation Authority decided to […]

Africa

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    East Africa continues to outperform the rest of the content in GDP growth .

    UNECA 2019 partial ECONOMIC REPORT ON AFRICA Africa’s real GDP growth is projected to increase marginally, from 3.2 per cent in 2018 to 3.4 per cent in 2019, before rising to 3.7 per cent in 2020. These forecasts are revised upwards from last year’s to reflect rising private consumption, rising and sustained public investment, higher […]

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    Africa’s Wind Project Pipeline Grows to 18GW

    Green Tech Media, by Sohaib Malik The wind industry has been slow to take off in Africa. Developers commissioned projects in only four African markets in 2018. However, the policy inconsistency that has held the market back in previous years is beginning to change. The continent’s wind project pipeline stands at 18 gigawatts as of […]

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    Zimbabwe will reintroduce its own currency before the end of the year. President Mnangagwa

    The Herald Atthe height of our financial hiatus in 2009, Zimbabwe adopted a multi-currency basket, effectively ending the conventional ownership and exclusive use of its own currency, the Zimbabwe dollar. The multi-currency regime, which included the US dollar,rand, the British pound and pula, among others, was a policy measure to address the hyper-inflationary environment experienced […]

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    Sudan opposition group and Transitional Military Council accepted Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed as a mediator

    Sudan‘s main alliance of opposition groups and protesters says it accepts Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed as a mediator in their political deadlock with the Transitional Military Council (TMC) under certain conditions. Among opposition demands are that the TMC take responsibility for the deadly dispersal of a protest sit-in on Monday, an international investigation into […]

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    Africa sets ‘gold standard’ of solidarity and hospitality for Refugees

    UN News The 2019 Africa Dialogue Series, (ADS) which began under the theme “Towards durable solutions for forcibly displaced persons in Africa,” brings together a wide range of actors with a stake in finding ways to deal with the issue, including representatives of national governments, the African Union, civil society, the private sector and the […]

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    Ethiopia’s bad map of Africa was good, should’ve cut deeper

    The Daily Nation, By CHARLES ONYANGO-OBBO The Ethiopian government has been putting in a lot of overtime apologising for a map of Africa on the official website of its Ministry of Foreign Affairs that erased some countries. The since-deleted map, published last weekend, got the goat of many Africans on social media for what, at […]

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    while Ethiopia and Kenya attracting garment manufacturers, Tanzania and Uganda are opening up the sector

    The Hindu Melat and Rahel, both 24 years of age, completed their studies last year in the east African country of Ethiopia and landed their first job in an Indian textile company. They are among the 700-odd young men and women employed at KPR Export Plc. at Makelle, Ethiopia. They were trained at KPR’s Coimbatore […]

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    ETHIOPIANISM –THE A SOUTH AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    What is the connection between Ethiopianism in South Africa and the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Ethiopia? If any of you have ever thought about the connection between the Ethiopian Church in South Africa and the main church in Ethiopia: the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, you have a more inquiring mind than I do! (Nearly half of Ethiopia’s population […]

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    Take a break from safaris and check out the city life of these Four African cities

    Bert Archer, CNN As with most of the world, the heart of Africa is found in its cities. And yet tourists in Africa seem to largely prefer seeking out the continent’s wildlife rather than its cultural city centers. Safaris can be delightful, but the problem, as Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina has pointed out, is when tourists imagine […]

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    Rwanda to start building $5 billion Green City by 2020

    By ISMAIL AKWEI, Face2Face Africa Rwanda is committed to becoming the gateway to a technologically developed Africa and it is realizing this with a consistent development strategy that is a sight to behold. Last year, the landlocked East African country started the construction of the Kigali Innovation City (KIC) which is a $2 billion project aimed at […]

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    HOW AFRICA WILL MEET ITS GROWING DEMAND FOR POWER

    Oxford Prospect Better power supply is key to unlocking Africa’s economic potential, including job creation, access to knowledge, agricultural and industrial transformation. As many as 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, around 43% of the population, live without access to electricity. The majority of those live in rural areas but even in cities, electricity only reaches a […]

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    Egypt, Nigeria, Morocco and Ethiopia, the stars of hotel development in Africa

    Africa Data by: Andrea Ayemob The stars of hotel development in Africa are Egypt, Nigeria, Morocco and Ethiopia, according to the 11thannual survey by W Hospitality Group. The four countries head the top ten by numbers of rooms in the internationally-branded hotel development pipeline, with Egypt showing 15,158 rooms in 51 new hotels. A total […]

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    The untapped potential of Africa’s honey bees

    BBC, By Heather Richardson In countries across Africa, honey bees could help protect wildlife, grow food and make money – so why aren’t more people raising them? In the arid north of Kenya, Trinnie Cartland is preparing to scale up her organic acacia honey business. She tells me that local communities have been keen to […]

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    African Union and UN back civilian-led Sudan transition

    AP NEWS AGENCY AU Commission Chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat says sustaining the ruling military council ‘is not acceptable’. The African Union and the United Nations have said they are supporting a civilian-led transitional government in Sudan following last month’s overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir. AU Commission Chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat told reporters after meeting on Monday with UN […]

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    AU gives Sudan military further 60 days to cede power

    Daily Monitor, The African Union has given Sudan’s military rulers another 60 days to hand over power to a civilian authority or face suspension, after an earlier deadline was missed.The AU had threatened to suspend Sudan following a coup that saw Omar al-Bashir ousted by the military after nearly three decades in power, giving the […]

World

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    ETHIOPIANISM –THE A SOUTH AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    What is the connection between Ethiopianism in South Africa and the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Ethiopia? If any of you have ever thought about the connection between the Ethiopian Church in South Africa and the main church in Ethiopia: the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, you have a more inquiring mind than I do! (Nearly half of Ethiopia’s population […]

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    Take a break from safaris and check out the city life of these Four African cities

    Bert Archer, CNN As with most of the world, the heart of Africa is found in its cities. And yet tourists in Africa seem to largely prefer seeking out the continent’s wildlife rather than its cultural city centers. Safaris can be delightful, but the problem, as Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina has pointed out, is when tourists imagine […]

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    Audio reveals pilots angrily confronting Boeing about 737 Max feature before second deadly crash

    CNN, By Jason Hanna and Gregory Wallace The meeting between the pilots and Boeing happened in November — just weeks after an October crash of a Lion Air 737 Max into the Java Sea, and four months before a 737 Max operated by Ethiopian Air crashed in Ethiopia. On the audio, a Boeing official is […]

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    Four Perfect Days in Enchanted Ethiopia

    Splice Today By Ken Silverstein A tourist guide on how to stay high on khat in Addis Ababa and keep it legal. Today as I write is April 30, 2011 in Ethiopia. No, I’m not high on khat (alternatively spelled qat, and pronounced chaht in the country), though I was for four straight days during […]

East Africa

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  • Ethiopia: Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's Father Passed Away
    [Addis Standard] Addis Standard tweeted: Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's father, Ahmed Ali, has passed away today, FBC quoted Agaro Wereda communications bureau as saying. Agaro wereda is located, in Jimma Zone, Oromia regional state in south-western Ethiopia.
  • Uganda: Minister Wants Yoga Taught in Schools
    [Monitor] Kampala -The State minister for Primary Education, Ms Rosemary Seninde, has asked Physical Education teachers in schools to learn Yoga and teach it to students for their physical and mental health benefit.
  • Uganda: WFP, Government Sued Over Contaminated Food
    [Monitor] Kampala -An anti-counterfeit body has petitioned court to declare that the supply of contaminated food by World Food Programme (WFP) to the people of Karamoja violated international standards.

West Africa

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South Africa

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  • Board of Inquiry to Look Into 'Shooting Incident' At Mozambique Border June 17, 2019
    [News24Wire] The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) says a board of inquiry will investigate a 'shooting incident' between SANDF soldiers and Mozambican border police.
  • Foskor Employee Who Fell From 6th Floor to Be Buried June 17, 2019
    [News24Wire] An employee who plummeted to his death from the sixth floor of Foskor's concentration plant in Richards Bay is expected to be buried in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) has confirmed.
  • Township Basketball Teams Celebrate Youth Day At the CTICC June 17, 2019
    [GroundUp] About 800 youngsters celebrated Youth Day with a basketball tournament at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). The two-day Youth Day Classic Basketball Tournament kicked off on 16 June with township clubs including Delft Umoja, African Grassroot Hoops, City Mountain, Cape Waves from Nyanga and Nyanga rebels. A few teams also came from […]

North Africa

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Centeral Africa

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Ethiopia

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