Monthly Archives: March 2014

Three Further Public Enterprises Approved for Privatisation

Those that received final approval were three from the five that attracted bidders during the last offer Ethiopian Pharmaceutical Manufacturing S.C, Hamaressa Edible Oil S..C and Bekelcha Transport S.C are all switching over to private ownership, following the final approval,

United Insurance vs Chamber of Commerce – Quorum Quarrel Adjourned Until April

During the court session, the Chamber reacted to claims from United that their charter is unconstitutional The Federal First Instance Court’s Fifth Commercial Bench will decide, on April 7, 2014, how the case of United Insurance Vs the Addis Abeba

Socio-Economic Mobile Apps Rewarded At Competition

The first three ranked Apps were for health informatics, e-commerce for MSEs and private computer control Innovations in mobile delivered health informatics, e-commerce system for micro and small enterprise (MSEs) and personal computer controlling software took the top three awards

EFF Shortlist Five for Top Job

The Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF) has shortlisted five coaches from the list of 27 applicants that applied for the national team coaching position. The biggest surprise was the exclusion of Tom Saintfiet, who formerly coached Walia, and Serbian Petrovic, who

Judgment Postponed On Kassim’s Case

The Lideta Federal High Court first Criminal Bench postponed the judgment either to acquit or order the accused to defend themselves over the case of Kassim Fite on Thursday. As per the court’s reasoning, some evidences that were indicated in

Witnesses Testify Against Intel Officers Charged With Abuse of Power, Misappropriation

The Lideta Federal High Court First Criminal Bench on Thursday heard witnesses on two security personnel of the National Intelligence Security Service (NISS) and an accomplice, who were charged with abuse of power and misappropriation in August 2013. The charges

Trading Places With the Public

Ethiopia is one of the fast growing economies of the world, a fact attested to even by the likes of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. The vibrancy characterizing all sectors of the economy throughout Ethiopia is indicative

Ethiopia’s Ambassador to Somalia Says Situation in Somalia Improving Steadily

Ethiopia’s Ambassador to Somalia, Ambassador Wondimu Asamnew, said the security situation in Somalia has improved significantly since the Ethiopian troops officially joined AMISOM on January 22, as approved by United Nations Security Council Resolution 2124. The Ambassador said the deployment