Monthly Archives: August 2015

Kobi Academy Faces Criminal Investigation

The institution now banned by the local education office and one of the posters used for a fund raising campaign in November 2014. Addis Abeba police are investigating the case of Kobi Academy, a kindergarten (KG) located in Kirkos District,

Sugar Corporation Reverts to Imports after Target Shortfall

Dreams of sugar self-sufficiency are postponed as the Ethiopian Sugar Corporation prepares to buy 750,000qt of white cane sugar in the year when it had planned to end imports. “We had said we would stop importing assuming that Wonji, Fintcha

CBE Records 42.8b Br Profit over Last Five Years

The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) reported what it called a very successful five year performance in the first Growth & Transformation Plan (GTP I), with its cumulative gross profits reaching to 42.8 billion Br and loan disbursements of 321.9

Court Orders Tidhar Excavation to Pay 39m Br to Dalol Oil

Lideta Federal High Court passed a verdict against Tidhar Excavation & Earth Moving Ltd. in its civil suit with Dalol Oil S.C., ordering the former to pay 39 million Br in summary procedure. The amount of birr the court ordered

THE COLOURFUL CONVENTION

It is rarely that the city of Mekelle sees such a large crowd of high flying politicians gathered together under one roof. The ongoing 10th congress of the ruling party, a coalition of four regional parties, has brought this opportunity

Hisense lance son téléviseur intelligent à écran incurvé 4K ULED(TM) H10 Series de 65 pouces

NEW YORK, 29 août 2015 / PRNewswire — Hisense a lancé son téléviseur intelligent à écran incurvé 4K ULED H10 Series de 65 pouces lors d’un événement organisé au Edison Ballroom et animé par le commentateur de NBC Sports Leigh

Hisense Launches 4K ULED(TM) H10 Series Curved Smart TV – 65″ Class

NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2015 / PRNewswire — Hisense launched their Hisense 4K ULED H10 Series Curved Smart TV – 65″ Class at an event held at the Edison Ballroom and hosted by NBC Sports commentator Leigh Diffey. ULED is

African Education Officials to Explore School Dropout at International Summit

WASHINGTON, Aug. 27, 2015 / PRNewswire — Education officials from Nigeria, Morocco, Egypt, Senegal, Zambia and Tanzania will join approximately 200 experts and government representatives at a two-day summit here to explore drivers of school dropout and strategies to keep