Eng Semegnew Speech at a Panel Discussion about Hedase Dam in Mekelle - March 2017
What a privilege to have this brother! Ethiopia is very blessed Hedase Dam is at the hands of this man! Engineer you have made your parents proud and you have made a nation proud! Kindi Shih!!!!!
If there are any of you yet to be convinced about who G7 and Shaibia are - Watch and Listen!
We have said enough in the past about Shaibia and G7. There is nothing new about these two organizations! But,... we heard Berhanu telling his disciples that the struggle has moved to Ethiopia away from Eritrea and got curios about and want to share this video with you.
Listening to the lady in this interview may be he was honest this time(smile)!If we add all the foot soldiers of G7 that were caught by the Ethiopian Security forces including TPDM from Ben's interview alone, we are sure they all have moved since the lady is saying they were all in all 350 of them in Eritrea! Berhanu may be alone with Col Fitsum in Eritrea! Zegyeto Yedersen...!: Sawrawit(Samrawit) could be the equivalent of Azeb Bekelle where G7 is trying to match TPLF toe to toe...
EFFORT Board Meeting Reportage - March 2017
World Bank,DFID & Ethiopia- With Dr. Arkebe Oqubai
FanaBC News from Shashemene There is a post on social media(Facebook) about innocent people being jailed and harassed in Shashemene. We are asking authorities to check the social media post and compare with what the article above is telling us. If the truth is what Fanabc is telling us, those social media personalities who posted the demoralizing news should be ashamed!
Salvaging the Constitutional Order Amen Teferi 03-28-17 - The ruling party has engaged itself in a “soul searching” venture that is operative to effect “deep renewal” and it has made the issue of good governance the vital component of this venture. EPRDF has found this “deep renewal” as imperative ...
Exploring Ethiopia’s Past and
Future Through Body Painting Aida Muluneh spent a peripatetic childhood in Yemen, England, Cyprus, Canada and the United States before settling in the States to study and become a photojournalist. She returned to Ethiopia, the land of her birth, about a decade ago, where her work addresses ...
Allow Democracy to Thrive Amen Teferi 03-28-17 -
To the amazement of many, for most part of the last two decades Ethiopia had remained peaceful and tranquil amidst the seemingly ever volatile region of the Horn of Africa. However, it has recently faced with the most serious political ...
Go to Ethiopia for Ancient History, Jazz, and a Capital City on the Rise As a history nerd and seeker who has read my fair share of Peter Matthiessen, I’ve found my peak travel moments have tended to occur on the crowded ghats of Varanasi alongside bathing sadhus or among the daveners by Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall. There’s something about seeing ancient ritual enacted in the present
Ethiopia Seeks American Visitors On the heels of being named one of Lonely Planet’s “Top Ten Countries to Visit” this year, Ethiopia has announced it is establishing a tourism marketing presence in North America.“Ethiopia is as exotic as countries come,” enthuses Lonely Planet...
Interview:Tsenat Radio with Dagmawit Moges from Addis Ababa City Government Communication Office Solomon Tekalegn asked the official on the latest development about the Qoshe incident and why it happened and what the plan is going forward.
Ethiopia Hydropower Investments Q1 2017 Capital continues to pour into Ethiopia’s already well-developed hydropower sector, with ambitious private concessions joining a spate of large state projects.
Two British firms, Contingent Technology and Globeleq, have jointly bid on the 257MW Genale Dawa VI plant, the fourth hydroelectric project in the Genale Dawa River basin ...
Koshe collapsed! Tragic- but Why? ReEco-San International 03-25-17 - Landfill sliding or collapse is not a new phenomenon. Many countries, both developed and developing have experienced that, with Ethiopia as the unfortunate one this time. To mention some, the following countries have been experiencing landfill collapses in the last two decades
The man behind Ethiopia's first botanic garden A leading Ethiopian botanical scientist plans to open Ethiopia's first botanic garden.Professor Sebsebe Demissew says the continent needs people with the skills to advance plant research
ለትንሽ ብ. ነጋሽ 03-24-17 [The widely held belief is the second waste at Sendafa is on hold due to disagreement between regional government and the City of Addis. Infact many believe the accident in Qoshe would not have happened if the new site was operational! The question is why was the new site delayed and if the delay was due to last year's disturbance-assuming it is operational now! Will EPRDF hold accountable those involved in this saga from its own inner circle?]