The Arada District Trade and Industry Office sealed off 20 produce shops in Atkilt Terra, the biggest fruit and vegetable market in Addis Abeba, two weeks ago over claims of price gouging, trading without a proper licence, and hoarding.
Addis Ababa City Roads Authority signs deal for the design of a designated bus lane.
Historian Dr Gus Casely-Hayford explores the history of the old African kingdom of Ethiopia.
Cheered by the throng, Oromo dignitaries in traditional headdresses, lion skins and brightly-coloured velvet made their way to the edge of Lake Hora for an annual thanksgiving.
You’ll need a couple of weeks to even begin to do justice to this sprawling country — bordered on the north by Sudan, on the south by Kenya and Somalia and on the east by Djibouti and Eritrea, which gained independence from Ethiopia in 1993 after a 30-year guerrilla war.
Young people are trendsetters, and new research shows that Africa has become the most desired travel destination for Western youths. The trend bodes well for Africa’s booming travel industry.
City administration adopts new Urban Development Plan, plans to implement previously made plans.
Ethiopia’s First International Fashion Week was successfully hosted in Addis Abeba last week to unite big industry players from across Africa in a bid to bring about sustainable development through fashion, writes MIREILLE DE VILLIERS, SPECIAL TO FORTUNE.
The followers of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church lit a big bone fire (Demera) in commemoration of the Finding of the True Cross by Empress Eleni yesterday at the Meskel Square in Addis Ababa.
The construction of the Addis Ababa-Adama Expressway would open a new chapter in the history of the country.