“I’ll fight till I see Amharic AU’s working languages”- Rahmatou Keïta

Today’s guest is a Nigerien journalist, writer, and film director, Rahmatou Keïta. Born in Niger, she began film career in 1990. After studying philosophy and linguistics in Paris, Keïta started her career... Read more »

Ethiopia’s joining BRICS would render multiples of benefits – Ambassador Cham Ugala Uriat

On the turning of this month Ethiopians celebrated the 128th Anniversary of the Victory at Adwa, which Ethiopians scored against the invading Italian forces. Added to the heroism of the people is... Read more »

OIF implements all of our development programmes on the continent – Nefertiti Mushiya Tshibanda

Language is a bridge that brings together people of different ethnic and linguistic backgrounds. It enables the exchange of cultural assets, indigenous knowledge, cooperation, fraternity among others. The Francophonie refers to men... Read more »

If Ethiopia is going to have access to a port, then there must be long term agreement, Lawrence Freeman explains why

With around 120 million people, Ethiopia is said to be the most populous land locked country in the world. Since the separation of Eritrea with a declaration of independence in 1991, Ethiopia... Read more »

The victory at Adwa broadened our common ground, minimized our differences

Mulugeta Debebe (PhD) Ethiopians fought the Battle of Adwa in March 1896 and won the shiny victory that is still well known as The Victory at Adwa. Though they fought and won... Read more »

The Victory at Adwa was the birth of the Pan African spirit from the continental Africa – Julius W. Garvey

Today’s guest is Dr. Julius W. Garvey was born on August 16, 1933 in Kingston, Jamaica to United Negro Improvement Association founder Marcus Garvey and activist Amy Jacques Garvey. The younger of... Read more »

Every Ethiopian needs to engage in the National Dialogue

– Azeb Alfred Shafi Azeb Alfred Shafi was born and raised here in Addis Ababa. She attended primary and secondary school education at Lycee Guebremariam and Nazareth Girls Schools. Wilson High, a... Read more »

 “Any sort of politics in the Horn that doesn’t recognize Ethiopia’s right to have access to a port won’t be successful,”  Brook Hailu Beshah (prof)

Our today’s guest is Professor Brook Hailu Beshah. He served in North Carolina State University, Department of Political Science, and an online adjunct professor at the Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University.... Read more »

Members must be strong and peacefully developing to have a vibrant IGAD

Ambassador Fisseha Shawl Ethiopia, the owner of over 100 years diplomatic history, has not been advocating its immense contribution to the African continent and world as well. With the initiative of Former... Read more »

After the establishment of AFCA, we have seen improvements in [COFFEE] price,

Feven Genene Today’s guest, Feven Genene, is a Coordinator of African Fine Coffees Association in Ethiopia. She was born and grew in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Attending primary and secondary education in the... Read more »