Today, Africa has emerged from this dark path. Our Armageddon has passed
— Haile Selassie I
 Etiopia
  • Unchaining Our Human Rights Record

    [Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia is viewed by the international community as having a bad human rights record. From the Quangos (Quasi-NGOs) run by U.S. government finance to promote liberalism and U.S. interests to legitimate international and national human rights organizations, all deem Ethiopia as one of the chronic human rights violators. ...

  • Privatizing for Noble Cause!

    [Ethiopian Herald] State ownership of public enterprises which Ethiopia has made almost a tradition over the last decades served the country beyond its natural life time. The current climate of business and investment favors private ownership. The size of customers is enlarging at an unprecedented rate with ever emerging demands ...

  • Astounding Diplomatic Achievements!

    [Ethiopian Herald] For sure, Ethiopia's bargaining power is gathering momentum every year as the country has been registering rapid growth for over a decade. As history has it, opposing western aggression and domination , Ethiopia used to follow closed-door policy for many years. However, during the last so called reign ...

  • Dire Dawa Living Up to Investors' Expectations

    [Ethiopian Herald] One critical bottleneck to low investment performance in Ethiopia had been inadequate promotion of the country's potentials and its attractive investment incentives. Understanding this daunting scenario, the government attached increasing emphasis on economic diplomacy. Hence, investors of all kinds, including the anchor ones, started to flow to the ...

  • Insurance Industry Must Ensure Adaptability

    [Addis Fortune] The Ethiopian insurance industry has remained too tame to adapt to the digital age and enhanced competition for market share. New models of doing business need to arise where technology solutions are integrated, and existing advantages are better leveraged, writes Asseged G. Medhin (kolass799728@yahoo.com), deputy CEO of operations ...

  • Managing Transition in Ethiopia: Averting a Looming Danger

    [Addis Standard] Since the Neway Brothers' attempted coup d'etat of 1960, generations of Ethiopians have fought and died for the ideals of a democratic republic where the rights, dignity and equality of citizens are respected and protected by law. Though the struggle waged for nearly six decades brought about notable ...