Canon, the Japanese imaging and optical products manufacturer, this week introduced three new printers – the PIXMA G1400, PIXMA G2400 and PIXMA G3400 – to the East African market targeting Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Eritrea and Djibouti.
Business was slow on Tuesday May 5 at Tefera Car Dealer, which is located off Cameroon Street, Bole sub-City. A 2010 Toyota Hilux D4D, a 2004 Toyota Yaris Compact, a 2015 Toyota Rav4, and a few other cars, which were mostly of Japanese-make, were on display.
Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month in America, is an annual observance in the United States for remembrance of important people and events in the history of African-Americans and the African diaspora.
During his official visit to Ethiopia, President Barack Obama toured Faffa Foods, a factory located off Debre Zeit Road on Tuesday, highlighting why one of his signature policy initiatives – Feed the Future – is making a difference here in Ethiopia but declined to take a question on whether genetically modified ingredients were involved in the production.
Many United States presidents have visited Africa during, or after, their presidencies – from President Franklin D. Roosevelt's 26,867km secret flight to Casablanca, Morocco in 1943 to President Jimmy Carter's first official visit by a sitting US president to sub-Saharan Africa in 1978 and President Barack Obama's latest visit to Kenya and Ethiopia.