[Deutsche Welle] Ethiopia’s new prime minister is the first Oromo to head the ruling EPRDF coalition in the country’s 27-year history. Some observers believe he can bring about change in conflict-ridden regions.
Ahead of Easter, the BBC’s Frank Gardner visits the churches of Ethiopia.
Ahead of Easter, the BBC’s Frank Gardner’s visit the churches of Ethiopia.
[African Arguments] Far from being a footnote in the Oromo struggle, musicians like Haacaaluu Hundeessa have been its centre of gravity.
March 29 (Reuters) – World soccer’s governing body (FIFA) on Thursday released the following list of match officials for the 2018 World Cup in Russia: Referees: Fahad Al Mirdasi (Saudi Arabia) Alireza Faghani (Iran) Ravshan […]
ADDIS ABABA, March 29 (Reuters) – Ethiopia’s prime minister-elect Abiye Ahmed will be sworn in on Monday, its parliament said, after the ruling coalition chose him to succeed Hailemariam Desalegn as its chairperson. The ruling […]
[Africa Renewal] National Coordinator, Institutional Strengthening for the Forest Sector Development Program at Ethiopia’s Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, and UN Environment’s Ivo Mulder, Finance and Private Sector Coordinator of the UN-REDD Programme
[African Arguments] The tricky dilemmas facing Ethiopia’s next prime minister.
[Shabelle] The Ethiopian Tourism Organization said protecting peace and tourism should be a priority agenda to all citizens and stakeholders engaged in the sector.
Addis Ababa March 28/2018 A validation workshop that enriches the draft Green Manufacturing Strategy of the country with the view of facilitating environmental friendly green manufacturing development was held today. Speaking at the opening of […]