Daily Archives: September 4, 2020

TECNO CAMON 16 Premier, lauréat du Prix d’Or de l’innovation technologique en matière de caméras pour smartphone à l’IFA

HONG KONG, 4 septembre 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TECNO CAMON 16 Premier a obtenu le Prix d’Or de l’innovation technologique en matière de caméras pour smartphone pour ses fonctions de caméra exceptionnelles à l’IFA – l’événement le plus important et le plus influent au monde dans le domaine des appareils électroménagers et de l’électronique grand public […]

Temporary Holding of US Assistance Won’t Hurt Ties with America, Says Foreign Affairs Spokesperson

Addis Ababa: The temporary holding of USA assistance to Ethiopia will not affect the long bilateral ties between the two countries, Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. In his regular weekly press briefing today, Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Dina Mufti said the diplomatic relationship between Ethiopia and the United States is historic and will not be eroded by such

Gov’t Fighting Desert Locust Inflicting Damage on Afar Regional State

Addis Ababa: Afar Regional State is working in collaboration with the federal government to fight the desert locust that has infested all five zones, Chief Administrator of the state said. Afar Regional State Chief Administrator, Awol Arba who visited the affected zones said the state and the federal government are fighting the swarm with helicopters

Minister Calls for Rapid Energy Transition to Curb Climate Induced Crisis

Addis Ababa: The swift transition into a renewable energy source is critical to help curb the existing global climate induced crisis, Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy, Sileshi Bekele said. The minister made the remark on Thursday at the opening of an international webinar summit on energy transition under the theme “How to Achieve the Energy Transition-from

Gender Should be Central to Africa’s COVID-19 Economic Recovery Initiatives: ECA

Addis Ababa: Unless a gender perspective is embraced in COVID-19 recovery initiatives, the ongoing global health pandemic will amplify existing gender disparities leading to worse outcomes for women in terms of livelihoods and well-being, an official of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) said. The remark was made on Thursday by the Director of the