Jebena in the modern Ethiopia

http://capitalethiopia.com By Eskedar Kifle Jebena is a solo exhibition by Robel Temesgen that opened at the Fendika Cultural Center on February 22, 2018. In this Exhibition, Temesgen walks visitors through ...

Will we have a PM shortly?

http://capitalethiopia.com By Muluken Yewondwossen The political arena has been volatile since Prime Minister hailemariam Dessalegn announced his resigned a couple of weeks ago. Following his resignation th...

Confusion as parliament approves state of emergency

http://capitalethiopia.com By Muluken Yewondwossen The House of People’s Representatives endorsed the state of emergency proclamation, despite a significant number of votes against the measure. During the ex...

SANCTION STRENGTHENS?

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter It seems a number of countries are quite capable of surviving sanctions. Some of them not only survive sanctions but also tend to strengthen their overall domesti...
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EIIDE supplies 258m birr of inputs to industry

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter The Ethiopian Industrial Input Development Enterprise (EIIDE) says it has supplied 258 million birr worth of industrial inputs in the first seven months of the bu...

City designates 45 street vending areas

http://capitalethiopia.com By Tesfaye Getnet Vendors must have permit The Addis Ababa Trade Bureau which recently had a street trade policy approved by the city council told Capital that it looked at ever...

Ethiopia ranks 22nd from bottom in newborn deaths

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter One in every 36 babies dies in Ethiopia according to a UNICEF report comparing newborn mortality in different countries. Pakistan and the Central African Republic...

Crucial Trade Fair

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter Over 74 companies from 13 countries including places from Djibouti, Italy, Sudan, India, China and Korea came to the 22nd Addis Chamber International Trade Fair t...

Russian, US, UAE top diplomats to visit Addis

http://capitalethiopia.com By Tesfaye Getnet New agreement in Djibouti won’t affect Ethiopia, MoFA says During his regular press conference Meles Alem, Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Mo...

Ethiopia buys 19% stake on Berbera Port

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter  The Dubai based logistics giant DP World and the government of Ethiopian officially disclosed the Ethiopian 19 percent stake buyout on the Berbera Port, while it...

Land Bureau reclaims 150,000sqm of idol land

http://capitalethiopia.com By Tesfaye Getnet The Addis Ababa Land Management Bureau plans to reclaim 150,000sqm of fenced land because no construction work has been done on them. The land was given to govern...

The hazards of the mild narcotic

https://www.thereporterethiopia.com By Contributor The growing use of khat among teenagers could create a future mental health crisis, experts have warned. Students as young as 14 are chewing the stimulan...

OUR CHAOTIC FUTURE

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter We can visualize human social formations with the aid of concentric circles. One can think of the inner most circle as containing the individual in society. The n...

Six month timeline for SOE not set in stone

http://capitalethiopia.com By Muluken Yewondwossen Workneh Gebeyehu, Minister of Foreign Affairs Transition going smoothly gov’t says During a meeting with the diplomatic community last week, the Ethio...

RETHINKING THE CRITICAL ISSUES-I

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter The current crisis in Ethiopia is forcing many a concerned citizen to rethink the founding principles and related issues that underlie the country’s governance sy...

ACTIVATING THE ACTIVISTS

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter In this dying phase of the prevailing modern world system, the universally established administrative structures of nation-states are proving convincingly inadequ...

CORRUPTERS FIGHTING CORRUPTION?

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter ‘Wining the fight against corruption: a sustainable path to Africa’s transformation’, was the theme of this year’s AU jamboree, which was held in Addis this past ...

FOUNDATIONAL CRISIS

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter To those seriously interested in the whole spectrum of human affairs, (not excluding our interaction with ‘Mother Nature’) the current systemic/structural crises ...

Japanese company monopoly of NTE questioned

http://capitalethiopia.com By Muluken Yewondwossen Legal issues have erupted related to the monopolization of the National Tobacco Enterprise (NTE) by private companies related to the full privatization proc...

Global economic growth offering new opportunities

http://capitalethiopia.com By Eskedar Kifle Africa’s eastern countries are experiencing the most rapid economic growth on the continent.Djibouti, Ethiopia,Rwanda and the United Republic of Tanzania, underpin...

Adwa Pan Africa University awaits completion

http://capitalethiopia.com By Tesfaye Getnet The completed design and the full cost of the of Adwa Pan Africa University has not been finalized yet despite the fact that PM Hailemariam Desalegn and Uganda’s ...

Unibra sells off shares at Zebidar to Castel

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter Belgian brewery, Unibra Group and Castel Group, which owns BGI Ethiopia sealed a deal to transfer Unibra’s share of the recently joined brewery Zebidar, to Castel...

Explosives bound for Ethiopia mistakenly confiscated

http://capitalethiopia.com By Muluken Yewondwossen Explosive equipment that was being transported to an Ethiopian dynamite supply company has been seized by the Greek Coast Guard under suspicion that the car...

Breweries jack up retail prices

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Dawit Taye Local breweries in Ethiopia are set to introduce price adjustments (increases) to their products starting today, The Reporter has learnt. BGI Ethiopia, the bottler o...

A violin wizard on stage in Addis

http://capitalethiopia.com By Eskedar Kifle Italian born violin wizard Luca Ciarla held a performance on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at the Italian Cultural Institute G. Verdi Auditorium. The globally recog...

Egypt and Ethiopia’s aviation cooperation

http://capitalethiopia.com By Daniel Amare Egyptair is one of the top airways in Africa along with South Africa and Ethiopian airlines. It is one of Africa’s largest and oldest airlines, and carried over nin...

New government, new possibilities

http://capitalethiopia.com By Eskedar Kifle Somaliland, a country that is yet to be recognized as an independent state from Somalia held its third presidential election on November 2017. A delegation along w...

Tamerat and Aselefech leads Boston elites field

http://capitalethiopia.com By Michael Samson Organizers of the Boston Marathon have announced Ethiopian and rival Kenyan dominated full elite field for the IAAF Gold Label road race on 16 April. Between them...

LEADING OR FOLLOWING?

http://capitalethiopia.com By Staff Reporter Revolutions, mass uprisings, insurrections, etc., particularly of the considered types, almost always ensue as a result of failure on the part of the reigning pol...

Ethiopia Bunna signs Ugandan Boban Bogere

http://capitalethiopia.com By Michael Samson After three consecutive matches without a win and sitting ninth in the table with 12 points from eleven matches, in poor form Ethiopia Bunna signed a striker from...

Selective prisoner release begins

http://capitalethiopia.com By Muluken Yewondwossen On Monday January 15, Attorney General Getachew Ambaye announced the government would pardon 528 individuals currently in prison, and two days later it bega...

Dedebit Women’s side leads table comfortably

http://capitalethiopia.com By Michael Samson The new Ethiopian Women’s Soccer League season appears to be business as usual for the double defending champions, Dedebit FC taking full command of the table. Lo...
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Many dead in Woldia’s Epiphany Festival

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Staff Reporter A number of people have been reported dead in a clash between the security forces and the youth that swarmed the streets of Woldia, a town in the Amhara Regional...
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Detainees over Woldia’s Epiphany clash released

www.thereporterethiopia.com By Dawit Endeshaw All detainees in relation to the two-day Epiphany Festival conflict of Woldia Town, located in Northern Wolo Zone of the Amhara Regional State, have been release...