Ethiopian troops and Somali National Defence Forces killed five senior Al-Shabaab commanders and over 245 fighters, according to the Ethiopian Ministry of Defense.
EAG to acquire Tiger's shareholding in EATBI
East Africa Group (EAG) this week announced its intention to acquire Tiger Brands' 51 percent stake in East African Tiger Bands Industries PLC (EATBI), bringing its shareholding in the business to 100 percent.
Lawyers for the Ethio-Djibouti Railway Company, the Chemin de Fer Djibouto-Ethiopien, have filed a petition with the Court of Cassation of the Ethiopian Federal Supreme Court seeking a review of a 20-million Euro arbitral award rendered in The Hague for what they call a fundamental error of law.
One of the manifestations of moral depravity is thievery. Regardless of whether it is petty or grand, stealing is a crime. Crimes against education are particularly odious because they are no different to killing a generation.
Ethiopian Airlines is pushing Bangkok as a new hub to link with the Southeast Asia region, with plans to operate connecting flights to Vietnam, Singapore and Indonesia over the next 15 months.
IMF warns of further deteriorating economy in South Sudan
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned of further deteriorating economic situation in South Sudan unless quick economic reform policies were adopted and political environment eased.
The Swedish pop, jazz and soul sensation, Kristin Amparo, is scheduled to perform on June 13 at African Jazz Village. Amparo is a performer and composer from Stockholm who has been a fulltime musician for more than a decade.