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Justina Mutale Enters World Book Of Greatness

Monday, January 27, 2020
Justina Mutale, who is the Founder President of the Justina Mutale Foundation has entered the historic World Book of Greatness. Ms Mutale, who was recently honoured as the Most Admired Global African Woman at a ceremony held in Hollywood, was inducted into the World Book of Greatness at a ceremony ...

we need to decolonize beauty standards from Africa to stop the skin bleaching ep

Friday, December 20, 2019
According to the WHO (World Health Organisation) 77% of Nigerian women are bleaching their skin. Congolese friends call it ldquo;tchoko rdquo;, my long-time idol Fela kuti called it in a song ldquo;yellow fever rdquo;. in this article, we are going to call it exactly how it is: skin bleaching. ...

Keeping Ethiopia’s Transition on the Rails

Monday, December 16, 2019
Ethiopia rsquo;s political opening under Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has won well-deserved accolades but also uncorked dangerous centrifugal forces, among them ethnic strife. With international partners rsquo; diplomatic and financial support, the government should proceed more cautiously ndash; a ...

Omo Valley Tribes Present Cultural Treat for Ethiopian Visitors

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Ethiopia is known to experienced travelers for its history of humanity, unique animals, ancient religious sites, dramatic scenic vistas, diverse special events, world renown cuisine, and internationally recognizable music, dance, and art. Despite all these riches as a destination, one other eleme ...

My Bloody Country

Monday, December 2, 2019
Kismayo in Jubbaland, southern Somalia, was meant to be a safe haven, a place where children could grow up in peace away from Somalia rsquo;s civil war. A place which offered up hope of a secure and peaceful future. For years, Somali journalist, Jamal Osman, has been searching for an end to the c ...

In Ethiopia, unlike its neighbouring African countries to the south, the “big fi

Monday, November 25, 2019
In the traditional safari countries of Africa, like Kenya and Tanzania, the big five are elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos, and cape buffalos. A lot of safari participants are also enamored with giraffes and hippos, when they go on these safaris. This is not the case in Ethiopia, home of some of th ...

Somaliland police shut down Horn Cable TV, arrest its editor

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Nairobi, November 19, 2019--The Committee to Protect Journalists today called on authorities in the breakaway region of Somaliland to immediately allow the privately owned Horn Cable TV to operate freely and to unconditionally release its chief editor, Abdiqaadir Saleban Aseyr, also known as Coday. ...

Ethiopia Enjoys Boom in Religious Tourism

Monday, November 18, 2019
While Ethiopia is also home to the oldest settlement of Muslims in the world, who now represent 34% of the 113 million population, there even are very small amount of black Jews who have not emigrated to Israel. The bulk of the Ethiopian population is Christian at 63% with 44% of them affiliated ...
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