Ethiopia

By IndepthAfrica
In Ethiopia
Dec 24th, 2014
0 Comments
127 Views
President Jacob Zuma has hinted he may be ready to take a fifth wife to accompany him through old age, the daily newspaper The Star said Wednesday. During a visit to a Durban township Tuesday in KwaZulu-Natal, the 72-year-old said in Zulu “Angakayakhi indlu yokugugela… laba ngisabathathil...
By IndepthAfrica
In Analysis
Dec 24th, 2014
0 Comments
676 Views
By Andrea Berger   Introduction Since the 1970s, Ethiopia has been in the company of North Korea’s most loyal military customers. Amongst other things, Pyongyang has been a source of munitions, armored personnel carriers, tanks and tank parts, artillery and rocket fuel. In addition to these form...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Dec 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
128 Views
Amnesty International ‘I appeal to the UK to not forget Andy and to make every effort to ensure his safety’ – partner of Andargachew Tsege Amnesty International today urged the British government to step up efforts to ensure the safety of Andargachew Tsege, a British national held in secret det...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
574 Views
Ahmed Yusuf Omer Everyone is wondering on how to tackle the begging scenario. Many have tried their best, which is very laudable by the way, to help the beggars out of their misery. Some have tried to provide them alternative sources of income, some have tried reintegrating them back to their old ho...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
308 Views
By Paul Sullivan Without the Nile, there would be no Egypt as we know it. Egypt has relied on the Nile waters for all of its known history: the great civilizations of ancient Egypt, of the Pharaohs and the pyramids, would never have been without the Nile. Nearly all of Egypt is desert, and almost [.....
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
255 Views
Goitom Gebreluel Goitom Gebreluel is pursuing doctoral studies in political science at the University of Cambridge. Ethiopia and Egypt have successfully managed to end their millennia-long rivalry over the river Nile. Ethiopia’s announcement in 2011 of its intention to construct Africa’s ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
252 Views
“Unity is strength. No nation can divide within itself and remain powerful.” Important Utterances of HIM Negus Haile Selassie I, page 133 “The Federation instituted between the people of Eritrea and the rest of Ethiopia has tended to slow the speed of the economic and social progress of the entire na...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
231 Views
Assta B. Gettu With all my respect to Mr. Herman Cohen, I would like to tell Mr. Cohen Ethiopia is a sovereign country and Mr. Cohen should not dictate what Ethiopia should or should not do in her internal political affairs. Mr. Cohen believes the government of Ethiopia is doing well in creating jobs...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Dec 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
92 Views
Source: VOA News Former US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Herman Cohen said Ethiopia should not be afraid to have free and fair elections or a free press. Cohen said the government is doing good things that it can win an election on, such as creating jobs, carrying on infrastructure...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 23rd, 2014
0 Comments
329 Views
opinion By Nurye Yassin It is true that the foreign policy of any country is an extension of its domestic policy. Eritrea is no exception to this reality. The formulation and praxis of Eritrea’s foreign policy emanates from its domestic political and economic policies. That is, according to Ric...