Category Archives: Politics

Ethiopia Reopens Embassy in Eritrean Capital

Ethiopia has reopened its embassy in Eritrea, the latest step in rapidly improving bilateral ties that have reversed two-decades of conflict between the two countries.

Ethiopia’s state-affiliated Fana Broadcasting company said Thursday that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed reopened the embassy …

Far from Ethiopia’s Capital, Change Remains a Distant Dream

Clutching the bloodstained student ID card and post-mortem certificate of his younger brother, Abedir Jamal’s elation at the huge changes under way in Ethiopia is tempered by his fear that they won’t reach him.

Across the country of 100 million …

Far from Ethiopia’s Capital, Change Remains a Distant Dream

Clutching the bloodstained student ID card and post-mortem certificate of his younger brother, Abedir Jamal’s elation at the huge changes under way in Ethiopia is tempered by his fear that they won’t reach him.

Across the country of 100 million …

PRETORIA INTRODUCING LEGISLATION TO PROBE ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOUR

CAPE TOWN, South African Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says the Competition Amendment Bill which the government is introducing will equip competition authorities with the tools needed to probe anti-competitive behaviour by cartels and monopolies in the economy.

Briefing journalists

PRETORIA INTRODUCING LEGISLATION TO PROBE ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOUR

CAPE TOWN, South African Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says the Competition Amendment Bill which the government is introducing will equip competition authorities with the tools needed to probe anti-competitive behaviour by cartels and monopolies in the economy.

Briefing journalists

AFRICA DAY: A STEP TOWARDS VISION 2063 – SOUTH AFRICA PRES RAMAPHOSA

PRETORIA– In marking Africa Day, President Cyril Ramaphosa says the adoption of the Continental Free Trade Area shows the commitment by African leaders to follow in the footsteps of its forebears and unite in achieving the continent’s development goals.

We …