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Baker Hughes, a GE Company Awarded Second Major Contract for Eni East Africa’s Coral South FLNG

Baker Hughes, a GE Company Awarded Second Major Contract for Eni East Africa’s Coral South FLNG

Baker Hughes, a GE company (NYSE: BHGE) (www.BHGE.com) has announced a second major contract for Eni East Africa’s (EEA) Coral South FLNG development, offshore Mozambique, underlining the company’s position as the world’s first and only integrated fullstream provider of products, services and digital solutions that maximize productivity, efficiency and cost reduction. The contract was awarded […]

Somali Traders Turn to Ethiopian Currency

Somali Traders Turn to Ethiopian Currency

Traders and consumers in Galmudug have introduced transaction using the Ethiopian Birr. Residents of Dhusamareb confirmed to Radio Dalsan that following the flooding of fake Somali Shillin in the market traders have opted to instead use the Ethiopian currency. Most of the areas where the Birr is used as the mode of exchange are under […]

Why Travel to Ethiopia Teaches More Than a History

Why Travel to Ethiopia Teaches More Than a History

Truly Ethiopia is an exceptional destination from the never ending warmth sun to affordable explorations it’s the ultimate exciting destination that will linger in your memories for years. In Ethiopia it’s hard to decide which destination to go as the sights are many and enlightening and breath-taking making picking a destination very challenging. Ethiopia is […]

Ethiopia Textile Paving Path to Industrialization

Ethiopia Textile Paving Path to Industrialization

Ethiopian textile sector is attracting top international firms amid nation’s bid to industrialize. The incumbent believes, textile would benefit large number of people and paves the way for nation to join middle income status in the very near future. Textile is a preferable gateway for developing countries in their quest to step into industrialization because […]

President Paul Kagame Urges Africa to Stand Firm on AU Reforms

President Paul Kagame Urges Africa to Stand Firm on AU Reforms

President Paul Kagame has called on African Union member states not to succumb to pressure by some external partners during the process of the Union’s reforms. Kagame made the remarks while presenting a report on the implementation of the AU institutional reforms in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, yesterday. Kagame warned that some aspects of the reforms […]

‘It’s Time to Get Tough on Eritrea’

‘It’s Time to Get Tough on Eritrea’

In the course of the all-embracing efforts to pursue regional integration in the Horn, the Eritrean regime’s belligerent behaviour towards it neighbours and its unholy marriage with insurgents is posing threats to regional stability and peace. The Asmara regime’s recent incursion in the disputed area along the Djibouti border is raising a red flag. And […]

Culture of Political Discourse in Contemporary Ethiopia

Culture of Political Discourse in Contemporary Ethiopia

Negotiations in any society presuppose the existence of any polarized or even antagonistic and contradictory views, ideas, strategies and philosophies or political views of any kind. Having negotiation on issues or conflicting ideas and views or making attempts to redress faults or compensations have always been a major component of Ethiopia’s culture. The establishment of […]

President John Magufuli Meets Energy Experts From Ethiopia

President John Magufuli Meets Energy Experts From Ethiopia

President John Magufuli Wednesday met a delegation of electricity and dam construction experts from Ethiopia. The delegatation was sent by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn on request from Tanzania, according to a statement from the State House released today. The team was led by Ethiopia’s water, irrigation and electricity minister, Dr Seleshi Bekele. According to […]

Is Ethiopia East Africa’s New Economic Power?

Is Ethiopia East Africa’s New Economic Power?

Ethiopia’s economy is growing so rapidly it may soon replace Kenya as the largest economic power in the region. But a large number of people in the country still live in poverty and many challenges remain. The recent inauguration of the giant Hawassa industrial park was a special moment for Ethiopia’s government. Built with Chinese […]

Why Summit On River Nile Ended With No Deal

Why Summit On River Nile Ended With No Deal

Photographs of dignitaries and presidents taken from last week’s Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) heads of state summit at State House, Entebbe suggest the meeting was a tremendous success. But behind-the-scenes accounts of the June 20 to 22 event offer a contrasting narrative. The summit was convened largely to provide an opportunity for all 10 countries […]

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