ABCs of Quality Education


It is not yet 100 percent, but Ethiopia has come a long way to realising universal access to education. On the quality side much has been documented, commented and joked…


The Proverbial Rabbit: Sufficient Tax Revenue

The Ethiopian Revenues & Customs Authority (ERCA) is a government body tasked with achieving the impossible. It is expected to collect a relatively large sum of tax revenues from an…


An Ungrateful Sector

The Ministry of Trade has made public its third-quarter report on the export earnings of Ethiopia, and it is not good news. For the past two years, the nation has…


Least of Ethiopia’s Worries

In the Southern town of Hawassa, during one of his public addresses, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) spoke of amending the constitution to limit the number of terms an individual…


Unsportsmanlike

The trending topic of the past week was a football match between Welwalo Adigrat and Mekelakeya where a referee was beaten up by players. People forgot the most distressing part.…


Need to Leverage Honeymoon Phase

If there is one thing evident in most of Abiy Ahmed’s (PhD) public speeches in regions of the country, it is that he is rarely specific. His promises usually fall…


Larger than Life Public Servants

It may be within the same party, but that there has been a peaceful transition of power has fascinated many in the local and international communities. And it should. Hailemariam…


Uncanny Resemblance

All countries are different, and a one size fits all approach is likely to fail to achieve its target. Policymaking should at all times take into consideration natural resources, nature…


The Pusher Formal Sector

One of the macroeconomic headaches of Ethiopia is a low domestic revenue. It has sunk the nation into debt stress and strained the adequate allocation of resources into critical parts…


Misunderstood Media

The problem with Ethiopia is that too many people believe there exists a secret society which not only exists but is behind the world order, moving pieces around to its…


In Defense of Liberal Order

It was only last month since former State Secretary of the United States, Rex Tillerson, visited Ethiopia. For his arrival coincided with the decision of Hailemariam Deselagn to resign from…


Don’t Just Make a Living

It is nice that Ethiopia has a Ministry of Science & Technology, for most of the technology or science in the country is imported. The governmental body is understandably on…


Preventive Checks

Even in the late 18th century, humankind was wary of population growth. Englishman Thomas R. Malthus, in his 1798 book ‘An Essay on the Principle of Population’, argues that humanity…


Constructive Speculation

There are too many drawbacks to being an Ethiopian consumer. If it is not cheap consumer goods and services that are not even worth the paper that the money has…


Wholesome Clusters

It takes a great deal of will for residents of a city to ignore the precarious political situation that exists all around them. Addis Abebans wake up in the morning,…


Addis Abeba’s Reverie

We live in the age of political commentary. Turn on the TV, and a comparatively wide range of hosts and guests on satellite channels offer the public a slew of…


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The rapprochement between Ethiopia and  Eritrea has led to the signing...


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The Revolutionary Democrats concluded their council...


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The National Bank of Ethiopia needs to take measures to improve the red...


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The rallies of the past weeks are healthy manifestations of citizens’...






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