Giffaata Wolaita`s New Year, dynamic expression of identity

When it is said that Ethiopia is a unique country, it is not just to say it; but with reason. Leave alone its magnificent natural endowments, but the varied breathtaking social, religious... Read more »

 Japanese scientists find microplastics are present in clouds

 Researchers in Japan have confirmed that microplastics are present in clouds, where they are likely affecting the climate in ways that are not yet fully understood. In a study published in the... Read more »

Putin’s talks with the head of South Sudan

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said relations between Russia and South Sudan were developing “intensively”. Speaking at a meeting with the South Sudan President Salva Kiir in Moscow, Putin noted Russia... Read more »

Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania named joint hosts of 2027 AFCON

The 2027 Africa Cup of Nations will be jointly hosted by Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, while Morocco will stage the 2025 edition, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced on Wednesday. Morocco... Read more »

 Your microbes live on after you die

 Each human body contains a complex community of trillions of microorganisms that are important for your health while you’re alive. These microbial symbionts help you digest food, produce essential vitamins, protect you... Read more »

The festival of Meskel

It has been almost three weeks since Ethiopians welcomed their New Year, 2016, and celebrated their Enkutatash which is the first day of their New Year colorfully. Unlike most of the global... Read more »

 The African fashion industry and Ethiopian women designers

Simply put, the international fashion industry is a multibillion-dollar global enterprise devoted to the business of making and selling clothes. However, the clothing industry and the fashion industry are not one and... Read more »

 The Ethio-Djibouti railway an engine for economic progress, regional integration

The Ethio-Djibouti railway has emerged as a vital tool for economic progress and regional integration in the Horn of Africa. Ethiopia, with its large population and booming economy, relies heavily on the... Read more »

 Diverse festivities for glorious harmony

 It has been splendidly fascinating to see Ethiopians celebrating grand religious festivals in the last two days. Ethiopian Muslims were celebrating the Mawlid, the 1498th birthday of the Prophet Muhammad while the... Read more »

 Ethiopian festivals’ roles to bring community together

The month of September holds special significance in Ethiopia as it is a time when a variety of religious and cultural celebrations take place, making it a true gift from the Ethiopian... Read more »