Migration



Passengers gather at the transportation hub of the city, around Stadium to catch a bus. People are moving from rural places to the capital for a better life. In the past few years land shortage, climate change and high c...


Transfer


One of the biggest and most packed market for fruits and vegetables is “Atikilit Tera” located around piassa. While people are eyeing the fresh fruits and vegetables, a cleaning crew is collecting the leftovers and t...


Bye Poles


The cities side walk are being dug out, and these huge rolls of cable are occuping the space. Making it quiet a manuever to walk around. The new cables are going to buried under the sidewalks, the Ethiopian Electric Powe...


Abyssinia Share Sales Return to Reality


Abyssinia Bank, whose president is Mulugeta Asmare, pulled in a highest bid of 51 Br per share, as it sold off most of its remaining shares during an auction on March 23, 2017. This round of bidding attracted 558 bidders...


Oromia Investment Bureau Revokes Contract of 458 Investors


The Oromia Investment Bureau has revoked the contracts of 458 investors due to excess delays in starting business. The investors had been given licenses and plots of land in Oromia Regional State. For the past five ye...


Seven Months see 38 Mergers


During the first seven months of the 2016/2017 fiscal year, 38 companies have carried out mergers. Out of the 38 mergers 10 of them were facilitated by the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa(COMESA). The remai...


Construction of New Autism Facility Launched


A cornerstone was laid for a new autism treatment centre, the Nia Foundation’s 300 million Br Joy Autism Centre, on March 23, 2017, by Abdulfatahi Abdullahi, minister of Labour and Social Affairs. The centre, which is...


Ethiopian Launches Three New Destinations


Ethiopian Airlines has launched flights to three new destinations. The new destinations are Victoria Falls, Oslo, and Antananarivo starting from this week to 28 March 2017. "The three new destinations will further str...


Political Unrest Effects Linger on Tourism


The political unrest has been affecting not only the revenues, but the expenses of the tourism sector, according to a report from the Ethiopian Tourism Organization. Tour companies, which used to account for 70pc of the...


Steel Use on the Rise


The Metals Industries Development Institute has announced during the presentation of its six-month report that steel consumption per capita in Ethiopia had grown to 39Kg since the formation of the Institute in 2010. In 2...


Women Time


A young woman participating in the Women First 5Km run around Atlas Hotel in Bole District on Sunday March, 12. The colorful event, which was started to mark international women's day, has been taking place every year fo...


Doing their share


Student around Qoshe, also known as Repi are carrying a big pot of food to a feed mourners of the tragedy. They are contributing their part in their community that has been hit hard by the aftermath of the landfill lands...


No Business Here


The Ethiopian Commodity exchange (ECX) digital board looks deserted in Meqi town, which is 130Km away from the capital city, Addis Abeba. There seems to be little activity of trade going on in the city besides the forgot...


Enterprise Nets Half Billion Br Profit


The Ethiopian Shipping and Logistics Service Enterprise (ESLSE) has reported a net profit of 520 million Br for the half quarter of 2017, representing 109pc of its targeted performance. The target set by the company for...


$75m Abattoir Set to be Operational Next Month


An abattoir owned by a subsidiary of Allana Group – Frigorifico Boran Foods Plc – will be opened in the coming month in Adami Tulu, 163kms from Addis Abeba. “We are left with internal and external finishing work...


Circum Gets Green Light to Extract Potash


The Council of Ministers has given the green light to an application by Circum Minerals Ltd to extract potash mineral in Danakil Depression. This will make the company the only one to be engaged in the extraction of pota...


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