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    A new dawn for Africa’s climate research for development narrative

    ECA Addis Ababa, 24 June 2021 – The inaugural cohort of some 21 African post-doctoral researchers under the aegis of Climate Research for Development (CR4D) presented their pioneering findings, last week in Nairobi, Kenya, signaling a bold path for the new decade and dawn. The researchers who were selected from 11 countries namely Benin, Cameroon, Cote […]

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    A Milestone in China and a Reversal in Ethiopia’s Tigray War

    World politics review Editor’s Note: This is the web version of our subscriber-only Weekly Wrap-Up newsletter, which uses relevant WPR coverage to provide background and context to the week’s top stories. Subscribe to receive it by email every Saturday. If you’re already a subscriber, adjust your newsletter settings to receive it directly to your email […]

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    Modern Spy Satellites in an Age of Space Wars

    DW Space is a battleground for dominance among major powers. About a fifth of all satellites belongs to the military and are used for spying. The US launches two more this year. For a spy satellite, America’s NROL-44  is a massive, open secret — both in size and fact. We know that the US National Reconnaissance […]

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    Momentum gathers on ground-breaking African driven climate research priorities

    ECA In a first of its kind end-of-research workshop, some 21 post-doctoral researchers drawn from 13 African countries namely Benin, Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Uganda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzanian and Zimbabwe, will this coming week present their climate change and development findings.  The intensity and frequency of disruptions in natural and […]

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    PROFILE – Birtukan Mideksa: Ethiopia’s symbol of electoral reform

    Anadolu Agency Seleshi Tessema and Addis Getachew   Mideksa returned home after 7 years of exile in US to help ongoing reform On Nov. 22, 2018, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed surprised Ethiopians by appointing Birtukan Mideksa, a former high profile women leader of the opposition party, as the new Chairperson of the National Electoral […]

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    Bruce Lee on Self-Actualization and the Crucial Difference Between Pride and Self-Esteem

    pocket Brain Pickings Maria Popova “Real self-esteem is an integration of an inner value with things in the world around you,” Anna Deavere Smith wrote in her invaluable advice to young artists. But how does one master the intricacies of that integration? “The less promise and potency in the self, the more imperative is the […]

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    Zambia and Zimbabwe to Benefit from a Common Agro-Industrial Park between Zambia

    ECA – The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Sub-Regional Office for Southern Africa held today a validation meeting on the study on Assessing the Feasibility of Establishing and Managing a Common Agro-Industrial Park between Zambia and Zimbabwe. ECA is supporting this initiative as part of technical assistance towards accelerating regional cooperation and development. According to […]

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    The World Loses Under Bill Gates’ Vaccine Colonialism

    Wired As many countries wait for Covid vaccines, the world needs a patent-free “People’s Vaccine”—not more of Gates’ intellectual property stubbornness. AFTER WEEKS OF immense pressure, the Biden administration came out in support of waiving intellectual property rights to coronavirus vaccines. Shortly after the Biden announcement earlier this month, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation also reversed course and endorsed […]

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    Black Lives Matter Fights Disinformation To Keep The Movement Strong

    by Cheryl Corley On May 25, 2020, George Floyd died under the knee of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and protests erupted worldwide. Support for Black Lives Matter — the movement that actually began as a hashtag in 2013 — surged. To this day, posts on social media continue to call for racial justice and […]

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    Western Aid Worker cought smuggling weapons to arm the terrorist cell under the guise of humanitarian Assistance

    Ministry of Foreign affairs In a pre-recorded video message, H.E. Demeke Mekonnen, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Ethiopia said Ethiopia is disappointed by the campaign that is being waged against its handling of the situation in the Tigray region. He said what we need now is concrete support and, “a mission to undermine […]

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    An Ethiopian official says CPC serves as the best example of achieving miracles

    Xinhua ADDIS ABABA, March 25 (Xinhua) — The Communist Party of China (CPC) can serve as a best example across the world of breaking a circle of problems and achieving miracles at home and in the global arena, a senior official from Ethiopia’s ruling Prosperity Party has said. Making the remarks in a recent interview […]

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    Ethiopia categorically rejects U.S.’s statement about Tigray

    The Ethiopian Herald BY TAMERU REGASA The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that the U.S.’s statement released concerning the Tigray State has undermined the sovereignty of the country. The ministry stressed that as the government has been meticulously providing humanitarian support in collaboration with international and local agents, the situation in the state has shown […]

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    Ethiopia has a long history of statehood and capable of handling its internal affairs

    Euro observer by Hirut Zemene We have come across an article issued by your media outlet under the title Ethiopia war creating new ‘refugee crisis’, EU envoy warns dated 24 February 2021, which was based on a briefing given by the Finnish foreign minister, Mr. Pekka Haavisto, on the current situation in Tigray region of Ethiopia after […]

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    Ethiopia: US ‘interference’ over its internal conflict is regrettable

    In Summary • Government of Ethiopia said that it is taking responsibility for the safety, security, and well-being of its citizens. • Ethiopia said that honoring international obligations and responsibilities should not be deemed by any entity as an invitation to dictate a sovereign nation’s internal affairs. Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed speaks at a […]

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    Global media’s reports on law enforcement operation purposely biased, negative

    The Ethiopian herald  Not Surprisingly, most major international media outlet’s coverage of the federal government’s law enforcement operation in Tigray state has been biased, negative, and one-sided. Besides the continuous distortion of facts on the ground, these media outlets have been engaged in falsification and negativism in their framing of the issue. The major fact […]

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    Africa’s Peace and Prosperity Begin at Home

    project-syndicate by ABIY AHMED For too long, Africa has been a strategic plaything of world powers. By bolstering its internal cohesion and economic integration, the continent can become a strong geopolitical force with an independent and unified voice on important global issues. ADDIS ABABA – Africans must take responsibility for our continent’s affairs. We have […]

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    The great power struggle between Washington and Beijing takes an unexpected turn in Ethiopia.

    POLITICO By SIMON MARKS ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — For the past four years, Welibuw Buzenehe watched as China built a new national sports stadium in the heart of the Ethiopian capital. Located deep in Addis Ababa’s commercial center, the soon-to-be-finished structure towers some 130 feet above the ground, and will have a capacity of 62,000 people. “China […]

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    Abiy and Ramaphosa reset relations

    Abiy’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning reforms offer incidental benefits for both Ethiopia and South Africa. Daily Maverick, BY PETER FABRICIUS Apart from the obvious benefits Ethiopian President Abiy Ahmed Ali’s reforms have brought to his own country and the region, they have also created the opportunity to revive rather dormant relations between Ethiopia and South Africa. That […]

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    Ethiopia and Eritrea eye socioeconomic integration

    Xinhua The Ethiopian and Eritrean leaders on Thursday vowed to cement recent gains in the rapprochement of bilateral ties as the two former arch-rivals seek to deepen socio-economic integration. This came on Thursday as the visiting Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki arrived in Ethiopia, accompanied by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, and laid a foundation stone […]

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    Ethiopia’s digital payment gateway

    Capital Ethiopia By Muluken Yewondwossen  The first-ever three years National Digital Payments Strategy (NDPS) of the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) hints that it would apply incentives and discouraging instruments like tax incentives and cash handling fee to attain the goal of the NDPS. The strategy that officially launched on July 15 and will face implementation […]

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    Ethiopian Airlines starts operating flights with fully vaccinated crew

    eTurboNews Ethiopian Airlines has bought and imported more than 37,000 vaccine shots for its employees and stakeholders. Ethiopian operates flights with fully vaccinated crew against COVID-19 to keep travelers safe. Ethiopia has been rigorously implementing COVID-19 precautionary measures. Ethiopian launched its own testing and isolation center. Ethiopian Airlines Group, Africa’s largest carrier, has started operating […]

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    Ethiopia’s economy expected to grow by 8.7 % in the coming fiscal year

    ENA It is to be recalled that the Council of Ministers last week approved some 561.7 billion Birr budget and referred it to the House of Peoples’ Representatives for endorsement. The new budget has an increase of 18 percent compared to the previous budget year. The House deliberated on the new draft budget during its […]

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    Look ye yonder, Ethiopia is the next frontier of trade and economic hub

    Nation By Al -Hajj Amin Lecturer in Diplomacy and Foreign policy, The East African University Ethiopia, Africa’s second-most populous country after Nigeria, has suffered military rule, civil war, and catastrophic famine over the past half-century. But in recent years, it has emerged as a major power in the Horn of Africa with rapid economic growth and […]

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    Ethiopia Is Embarking On Geothermal To Enhances Energy Security to Support Industrialization

    Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tulu Moye Geothermal Operations Plc. Maxence Mirabeau said, “Coupled with its suitability for investment, Ethiopia is one of the best places for foreign investors. The government of Ethiopia is highly dedicated to supporting every foreign investor that is engaging in different investment sectors in the country. Besides, the government also […]

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    A South African company signs $4.2bn deal to build 500,000 homes in Addis Ababa

    GCR The city government of Addis Ababa in Ethiopia said it had reached an agreement with a South African developer to build 500,000 affordable homes in the city, the Ethiopian News Agency reports. The $4.2bn deal with Bloemfontein-based company, Property 2000, is for 100,000 homes a year for five years. Low-income residents will be able to […]

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    Chinese company launches construction of a new industrial park in Ethiopia

    Xinhua Chinese construction giant – China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) on Friday launched the construction of the CCECC Dire Dawa Industrial Park in eastern Ethiopia. The first-phase construction of the Park is to be on 370 hectares of land on the outskirts of Ethiopia’s second-largest city Dire Dawa. It will have various clusters for […]

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    Vodafone has minimal involvement in the Ethiopian consortium

    Telecoms Vodafone was part of the consortium that won a new Ethiopian telecoms operating licence, but its direct involvement is minimal and will come solely through its existing African shareholdings. We know that as a result of the publication by another consortium member – Safaricom – of the shareholder structure of the winning bidder. The […]

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    Safaricom consortium wins Ethiopia license bid on $8bn offer

    Nation By Brian Ngugi What you need to know: Ethiopia’s nascent telecommunications sector is considered one of the most lucrative as the once inward-looking country opens up to foreign investment for the first time. Safaricom’s entry into Ethiopia was confirmed Saturday after the Ethiopian government awarded an operating license to the consortium it was leading.https://1ca0a1b691eb4ef6272a5272a2545993.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html Safaricom has […]

Travel

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    Homage to Entoto Park How the Old “Town in the Forest” is turning into a newly flowering tourist hub

    Ethiopan Herald, by Mulugeta Gudeta  Entoto is the name of a chain of hills north of the capital Addis Ababa. Entoto evokes not only the image of any hill. It is rather a name that is exclusively attributed to a chain of hills that look like a gateway to the Ethiopian capital in the distance. Entoto […]

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    This Is What It’s Like Trekking the Hottest Place on Earth

    Fodors by Wendy Watta A pungent smell choked the air and breathing into a ruched-up scarf pressed firmly over the nose barely offered any respite. Liquid in unearthly luminous yellow-and-green hot springs scattered around the vicinity spluttered and hissed like simmering cauldrons of puke as sulfur and iron mixed, eyes watering from the emissions. We […]

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    Enigmatic Ethiopia: Africa’s (still) hidden jewel in the crown?

    Daily Maverick, by John Battersby Addis Ababa, a seething and rapidly developing African metropolis, is a regular transit stop for north-south travellers and a destination for officials connected to the African Union and its many commissions. While transit travellers benefit from the cheaper rates of Ethiopian Airlines – Africa’s largest and most globally connected national […]

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    Ethiopia’s Tourism sector is on the rise

    Africa News Room Ethiopian Airlines was announced winner of the Selling Travel Agents Choice Awards for “Airline to Africa Ethiopia participated at the 40th World Travel Market (WTM), which took place from Monday 4th November – Wednesday 6th November at ExCeL in London. WTM is the largest business-to-business travel event in the UK and attracts a 50,000-strong crowd […]

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    The Nile Could Be a Window Into the Underworld

    GIZMODO Byy Ryan F. Mandelbaum Some scientists think the Nile river might be revealing the mysteries of the mantle beneath it. There’s been debate over the age of the Nile—whether it formed from a river redirecting around 5 million years ago or whether a proto-Nile has flowed through the area for 30 million years. If […]

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    Enqutatash (እንቁጣጣሽ); An Ethiopian New year

    Enqutatash is an Ethiopian (Amharic)word, which represents the Ethiopian New Year. It is called Ri’se Awde Amet (“Head Anniversary”) in Ge’ez, the term preferred by the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. It occurs on September 11th in the Gregorian Calendar; except for the year preceding a leap year, when it occurs on September 12th. The Ethiopian Calendar Year 2011 Amätä […]

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    Scientists reveal the face of our oldest direct ancestor who roamed Ethiopia millions of years ago

    Independent The 3.8-million-year-old cranium was almost completely preserved meaning scientists could identify never-before-seen facial features 3.8-million-year-old cranium belongs to an adult male who is an ancestor of ‘Lucy’ – one of the world’s most famous fossils The face of our oldest direct ancestor has been revealed for the first time, with scientists calling the 3.8-million-year-old ape-like […]

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    In the Ethiopian Mountains, Ancient Humans Were Living the High Life

    The New York Times, By Carl Zimmer Scientists have discovered what is by far the oldest evidence of human occupation at extreme altitudes: a rock shelter strewn with bones, tools and hearths 11,000 feet above sea level. People lived at the site, in the mountains of Ethiopia, as long as 47,000 years ago. The research, reported on […]

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    2020 Rough Guide ultimate Trarvel bucket list, 100 BEST PLACES ON EARTH

    Rough Guide If you need inspiration on where to travel in 2020, then look no further – Rough Guides’ new book reveals 100 of the most extraordinary places to visit in the world – the ultimate travel bucket list. The Rough Guide to the 100 Best Places on Earth is being published on 1st September and is […]

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    Behind the Scenes: Grueling Lifestyle Shoot on an Active Volcano in Ethiopia

    Peta pixel DL CADE Photographer Joey L. is known for pushing himself to capture stunning imagery. From his documentary work on the frontlines of the fight against ISIS, to A-list celebrity and commercial work, he never shies away from a physical or creative challenge. His most recent commercial shoot was both. The ad campaign featured the ZAAF Collection, a premium […]

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    A mosaic of 5000 history grows as Ethiopian Cultural Garden nears complition

    By Lynn Ischay, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio — From across the street, Ernesto “Ernie” Spinelli looks like a 20-something kid: black pant legs pulled up unevenly to the knees, ball cap on backward with curls spilling everywhere, well-defined calf muscles ending in fashionable work shoes. The 70-year-old on the scaffolding at Cleveland’s new Ethiopian Cultural Garden would laugh at that notion. […]

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    The other Lava Lake on Mount Michael, Ethiopia

    Earth observatory Even with modern scientific tools, there are still some parts of our planet that stay mostly hidden from human eyes. The crater floor of Mount Michael, an active volcano in the South Sandwich Islands of the South Atlantic Ocean, is one of those places. On most days the crater on Saunders Island is […]

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    Have you ever found yourself standing in a foreign land complaining about the excessive number of tourists?

    Life Hypocritical as this undoubtedly is, it masks an inconvenient paradox of modern travel – many of us would like to see the marvels of the world while avoiding the crowds of others who wish to do the same. This challenge has only become harder over recent decades as falling costs of flying, an expanding […]

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    Ten SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT ETHIOPIA

    By Taz Liffman, Interpid Travel Ethiopia may not be the first place you think of when booking your next holiday, but it should be. The country has been at peace for more than 15 years and its economy is one of the fastest growing in the world. Add to this a staggering diversity of landscapes, kaleidoscope […]

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    AfDB to support the expansion of electricity connection between Ethiopia and Djibouti

    ESI Africa The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved two grants totaling $83.6m to boost cross-border trade in electricity between Ethiopia and Djibouti. The funds are made up of a $69.65 million grant to Ethiopia and a $13.93 million grant to Djibouti. Both grants are sourced from the African Development Fund, which is the AfDB’s […]

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    Break the cycle of negative news

    Capital Ethiopia By Anteneh Aklilu  Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard is the Founder, chairman, and owner of APO Group, the leading media relations consultancy firm and press release distribution service in Africa and the Middle East. APO Group is working with more than 300 clients, ranging from governments to international institutions, prominent personalities, and companies. Clients include Facebook, Uber, […]

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    A new dawn for Africa’s climate research for development narrative

    ECA Addis Ababa, 24 June 2021 – The inaugural cohort of some 21 African post-doctoral researchers under the aegis of Climate Research for Development (CR4D) presented their pioneering findings, last week in Nairobi, Kenya, signaling a bold path for the new decade and dawn. The researchers who were selected from 11 countries namely Benin, Cameroon, Cote […]

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    Lamu Port-South Sudan-​Ethiopia Transport Corridor Project (LAPSSET) Enhance Trade, Logistics within the region and beyond

    The Star A Steering and Technical Committee has been formed to fast-track implementation. In Summary Launched in 2012 during former President Mwai Kibaki’s regime, the mega project has been marred with cash constraints and a lack of political goodwill. The Kenyan government has however pushed the project where it has invested about Sh40 billion in […]

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    The affordable 3D-printed home that could transform African urbanization

    World Economic Forum by Sean Fleming Senior Writer, Formative Content Every day around 40,000 people move to one of Africa’s cities. There is currently not enough housing stock to go round. This company can 3D-print homes following an affordable, low-carbon process. In Malawi, it has recently 3D-printed a home and a school. There is a […]

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    Recon Africa: The Truth About The World’s Most Exciting Oil Play

    Oil Price A daring junior oil and gas explorer has set out to put the African country of Namibia—which has never produced a single barrel of oil – on the world’s energy map in a wildcat drill campaign that has taken many by surprise. The Namibian government was sitting on a treasure chest of data […]

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    Eritrea: Africa’s Role Model

    Modern Ghana By Thomas C. Mountain Africa’s role model, Eritrea, located on the Red Sea will mark 30 years of independence this coming Monday, May 24. When a rag tag band of afro coiffed Eritrean rebels drove captured Ethiopian tanks into the streets of our capital Asmara thirty years ago it marked the first successful armed […]

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    Tracking The Second Russia-Africa Summit

    Eurasia Review By Kester Kenn Klomegah On June 23, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held diplomatic talks with Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE), Demeke Mekonnen, who arrived on an official working visit to the Russian Federation, after wrapping up an earlier visit to United Arab Emirates (UAE). […]

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    Momentum gathers on ground-breaking African driven climate research priorities

    ECA In a first of its kind end-of-research workshop, some 21 post-doctoral researchers drawn from 13 African countries namely Benin, Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Uganda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzanian and Zimbabwe, will this coming week present their climate change and development findings.  The intensity and frequency of disruptions in natural and […]

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    Africa set to become a global hub for agri-tech

    My Joy Online Africa’s agricultural sector is set for exponential growth in the coming decade, research commissioned by Microsoft and compiled by Africa Practice reveals. With a projected value of ¢1 trillion by 2030, the continent is poised to become the global center of agritech solutions and has also seen rapid growth in e-agriculture solutions. […]

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    Nigeria’s Paga eyes Ethiopia for expansion says CEO Tayo Oviosu

    The Africa Report By ‘Tofe Ayeni Backed by investors such as Jim O’Neill (former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management) and Tim Draper (one of the world’s most famous venture capital investors), Paga is Nigeria’s leading mobile payments company. CEO Tayo Oviosu speaks to The Africa Report about the fintech company that he started in 2009, […]

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    Climate Helped Early Humans Leave Africa

    Forbes, by David Bressan An international research team led by Professor Dr. Frank Schäbitz, University of Cologne in Germany, has published in the journal Nature Communications Earth & Environment a climate reconstruction of the last 200,000 years for Ethiopia. This means that high-resolution data are now available for the period when early Homo sapiens, our ancestors, made their way from Africa to […]

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    The British continue selling Ethiopia’s Looted Artefacts

    Ethiopian government asked the auction house to ‘stop the cycle of dispossession’ Two artifacts that were taken during colonial-era looting by British forces in Ethiopia have been withdrawn from auction after the Ethiopian government appealed to an auction house selling them to “stop the cycle of dispossession”. Busby auctioneers in Bridport, Dorset, has withdrawn a leather-bound Coptic […]

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    President Uhuru in Ethiopia to witness Historic Telecom Licensing Agreement with Global Partnership For Ethiopia

    The Stannard President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged the Ethiopian government to adopt mobile money transfer methods as its economy undergoes digital transformation. Speaking during the award ceremony of the telecommunications license to the global partnership for Ethiopia consortium in Addis Ababa today, President Uhuru said if fully exploited, mobile money (M-Pesa) will improve the living […]

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  • Ethiopia pastoralists

    A new dawn for Africa’s climate research for development narrative

    ECA Addis Ababa, 24 June 2021 – The inaugural cohort of some 21 African post-doctoral researchers under the aegis of Climate Research for Development (CR4D) presented their pioneering findings, last week in Nairobi, Kenya, signaling a bold path for the new decade and dawn. The researchers who were selected from 11 countries namely Benin, Cameroon, Cote […]

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    A Milestone in China and a Reversal in Ethiopia’s Tigray War

    World politics review Editor’s Note: This is the web version of our subscriber-only Weekly Wrap-Up newsletter, which uses relevant WPR coverage to provide background and context to the week’s top stories. Subscribe to receive it by email every Saturday. If you’re already a subscriber, adjust your newsletter settings to receive it directly to your email […]

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    Modern Spy Satellites in an Age of Space Wars

    DW Space is a battleground for dominance among major powers. About a fifth of all satellites belongs to the military and are used for spying. The US launches two more this year. For a spy satellite, America’s NROL-44  is a massive, open secret — both in size and fact. We know that the US National Reconnaissance […]

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    Momentum gathers on ground-breaking African driven climate research priorities

    ECA In a first of its kind end-of-research workshop, some 21 post-doctoral researchers drawn from 13 African countries namely Benin, Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Uganda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzanian and Zimbabwe, will this coming week present their climate change and development findings.  The intensity and frequency of disruptions in natural and […]

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