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In Praise of Addis Ababa – A Rising City Full of...

AFRICANGLOBE - I had the opportunity to visit Addis Abeba for about five weeks. What follows is a report to those who read my occasional essays on Ethiopian affairs. In writing this essay, I make no charges that can’t be substantiated, no opinions are expressed that may be considered slanderous, and no praise is heaped that is either out of place or undeserved.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi Returns After Health Scare

A day after the Ethiopian government officially announced his ailment, Prime Minster Meles Zenawi was back in Addis Abeba, according to a credible source....

Packed Agenda for African Union Summit

African leaders are meeting next week in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to review the political and socio-economic situation on the continent in an effort to...

African Union Game Changer

South Africa's Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma will be an unexpected beneficiary of the death of Malawi's Bingu wa Mutharika last week, and of the consequent major...

South Africa Should Head the AU – It Is the Continent’s...

One year on, the revisions are flowing in. It is always difficult to predict how a war will turn out, but Libya was a...

Sleek New International Hotel Makes Efficient Use of Smaller Plot in...

Exemplifying the urban facelift that Addis Abeba is experiencing, a place once known as Five Doors, in Kazanchis area, welcomes the official arrival of its newest neighbour. Radisson Blu Hotel, a chain owned by one of the largest international hotel groups, has opened its doors in time to welcome participants of the AU conference.