Jan 14th, 2013
Addis Fortune (Addis Ababa) Five years in the making and two years later than the scheduled launch time, a survey conducted to gauge the level of corruption in Ethiopia was released last week, by the World Bank. Nonetheless, it falls short of settling a rather lingering debate on whether corruption i...
Dec 16th, 2012
By Rohini Bhaskar Maryam, a doctor in charge of an SOS clinic in Badbado. Photo courtesy of Jens Honore. Once upon a time, Somalia was one of Africa’s most prosperous and thriving commercial centers. However, because of an ineffective government, civil war, famine and disease, it has become th...
In East Africa
Feb 25th, 2011
More than 48 people, mainly civilians have been killed and over 100 others injured in clashes that rocked in central and southern Somalia’s capital Mogadishu within the last 24 hours. The fighting continues into the second day on Friday after the clashes erupted again in Waradhumale in Galgudud regio...