To All Addis Residents who are Persevering the Effects of the Reconstruction...Tomorrow is a Bright Day, Hold On!!
Exclusive Interview with Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO of Ethiopian
When Tewolde took the mantel from Ato Girma we wished him well and ...! Thank You Tewolde You have done wonders! You must be very proud of the achievements so far! We are very proud of you and your employees for achieving such a growth against all odds! We all know the turbulence all major airlines have gone through over the years!
We are not against the Ethiopian people, but we advocate our interests: Egypt's PM
Egypt's prime minister underlines his country's commitment to friendly solutions to the dispute with Ethiopia over the Grand Renaissance Dam
[There is no other path that will take both Egypt and Ethiopia to a win win outcome except a friendly solution. The sooner Egyptian politicians and so called "experts" realize this the better. Egypt is trying to become more black than Ethiopia going around African Nations to convince them to stand on her side! Does Egypt know Ethiopia is an icon to black Africa! It is funny also it is doing this after it lost the support of Arab Sudan!!! ] see also....International interest in Nile Basin investment
Kerry to visit Ethiopia, Congo and Angola next week
(Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola from April 29 to May 5 to promote democracy and human rights, the State Department said on Friday.
Mandela's legacy as South Africa goes to the poles (Part One)
(Part Two) Orion Demame 04/26/14
South Sudan frees leaders accused of plotting coup
Four senior politicians accused over an alleged coup plot that sparked South Sudan's civil war have been freed after the government dropped the treason charges against them.[Ethiopia and IGAD countries must do all in their power to deny the playing field to those countries that wants the Nile Basin countries mired in war! South Sudan must not become the playing field for them...the pressure on both sides of the conflict must continue with resolute!]
Hailemariam says Ethiopia’s GDP grew by 9.7 percent
Addis Ababa, 24 April 2014 (WIC) – Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said Ethiopia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 9.7 percent last budget year; failing short of the government’s target of 11 percent.
The Nile is a Symbol of Cooperation and Collaboration: Dr. Tedros Adhanom Dr. Tedros Adhanom is Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia - The Nile River is one of Ethiopia’s main natural resources, and one of the most important. In the past we have been unable to use this considerable natural resource effectively. Now, following a decade of impressive growth,