On his famous book “The Animal Farm”, George Orwell describes injustices, inequalities, unfairness and even selfishness amongst society using the animal kingdom as an example. On that book, the leader of the... Read more »

How the Asian Era is achieved: What the African continent can learn

Background: Asia is currently the most populous (more than 4 billion people) and spacious (45,000,000 km2) in the world. The biggest continent incorporates 55 nations and boosts a population density of 100... Read more »

Only through solidarity, cooperation we can defeat COVID-19

On June 17, the Extraordinary China-Africa Summit on Solidarity Against COVID-19 was held while the global battle against corona virus is at a critical moment. This Summit was a joint initiative between... Read more »

Enough is enough: No more leeching off the Nile

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is a project associated with the wider economic implication to Ethiopia than it is to Egypt. This is mainly due to the little energy production capacity... Read more »

Impact of COVID-19 on the regular health services in Africa

Health professionals should take the lead in promoting the resumption of the regular health services by taking the standard precautionary measures at all instances Is it the direct or the indirect damage... Read more »

On political ultimatums in the Coronavirus era

We are talking, of course, about the recent ultimatum of Donald Trump: the World Health Organization (WHO) must make changes in its work and prove its independence from China, otherwise the U.S.... Read more »

Union with Africa is now more essential than ever

I wholeheartedly congratulate the Africa Day of all our African friends. The unprecedented conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic all over the world render the solidarity symbolized by Africa Day even more... Read more »

A letter addressing United Nations Security Council regarding the trilateral negotiations among Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Dear esteemed reader, here under is a letter and an enclosed Aide-Mémoire from Foreign Affairs Minister Gedu Andargachew dated 14 May 2020, addressed to the President of the United Nations Security Council... Read more »

Greed is anachronistic: All parties entitled to fair use of the Nile

The row over GERD between Ethiopia and Egypt got tense following Egypt’s filing of an appeal to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). However, Sudan’s decision stating its refusal to stand by... Read more »

Lest we forget

It is the time in history when 75 years have passed since the end of the Second World War. 75 years ago, Europe was liberated from the terror of National Socialism. Hitler’s... Read more »