Daily Archives: April 26, 2019

Peter Sun Speaks at Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation: Build Smart Cities along the Digital Silk Road

BEIJING, April 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — On April 25, the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was held in Beijing. Peter Sun, chairman and CEO of Inspur Group, …

Ethiopian Christians Observing Good Friday

Addis Ababa Ethiopian Christians across the country are observing Good Friday (Siklet), to commemorate the crucification of Jesus Christ through various church services. The day observed through a daylong fasting …

Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway Depicts Principles of Belt and Road Initiative: PM Abiy

Addis Ababa Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said that the Addis Ababa � Djibouti railway is a showcase for the connectivity principle of the Belt and Road Initiative.

In his remarks …

Ethiopia’s Trade Show Attracts 142 Global Technology Leaders

Addis Ababa Ethiopia's 3rd International plastics, printing and packing trade show will feature 142 global technology leaders from 18 countries.

The number of global technology leaders that are going to …

Foreign Companies, Embassies Pledge to Support Sheger Beautification Project

Addis Ababa Foreign companies and embassies have shown interest for the 'Dine for Sheger' event, a fundraising dinner that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed will host in May to make Addis …

World Bank Group President David Malpass to Visit Madagascar, Ethiopia, and Mozambique

WASHINGTON, World Bank Group President David Malpass will take his first overseas trip as head of the global development institution and his first trip to Africa since assuming leadership of …

In Eritrea, Jailed Journalists Continue to Languish

WASHINGTON Yirgalem Fisseha will never forget the moment her world turned upside down.

On February 19, 2009, Yirgalem, a poet and journalist, was working her shift at Radio Bana, a …

How South Africa ranks in the press freedom stakes

It's pleasing that the latest World Press Freedom Index released by Reporters without Borders rates the state of press freedom in South Africa as satisfactory. Satisfactory is the second best …