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  • A beautiful view of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in Africa

My Story, My Africa: Things ‘Most’ Residents of ADDIS ‘Complains’ About!!

The capital city of Africa, Addis Ababa, besides its beauty has its own social, economical and political hardships when eyed from the perspective of its native residents. Top ten are opted. Genuine opinion of Addis's native residents helped my deep personal observation to coin out what really and routinely irritates [...]

  • Mrs Takyiwaa Manuk, the Director of the Social Development Policy Division at the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA)

Migration In Africa Can Be An Opportunity If Managed Properly

Africans are among the most mobile people on earth. 31 million people from the continent have migrated to various parts of the world, including many African countries. Some people choose to migrate, while others are forced to do so either due to war, poverty or persecution.  Many become refugees, asylum seekers [...]

  • UN Conference Centre

African Development Week in Addis Ababa

Several key reports launched during the ADW and the Conference of Ministers, taking place between the 31st March and 5th April at the UN Conference Centre UN Conference Centre The Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union will once again convene Ministers of Finance and Economy for [...]

  • Here’s Why You Should Visit Ethiopia
  • Here’s Why You Should Visit Ethiopia

#5 – Here’s Why You Should Visit Ethiopia

Ethiopia’s history, round houses and coffee culture are all reflected in these images from Addis Ababa and Lalibela. Read More>> Source:  The Guardian

  • Aerial view of Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

Founded in 1886, Addis Ababa is a gateway to the rest of Ethiopia, quickly acclimating foreign visitors to Ethiopian culture with its teeming, in-your-face ambience. Bearing a myriad of French and Italian influences, Addis Ababa balances remnants of European influence with its own uniquely African identity. Ethiopia is, after all, [...]

  • Addis Ababa Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Addis Ababa — or Addis as it is commonly known — is Ethiopia’s capital and the country’s largest city as it is home to at least 4 million people. It is often referred to as Africa’s diplomatic capital – the African Union (AU) is headquartered in Addis Ababa, and more [...]

  • inside Lagos Airport

Insiders’ Guide to Business Travel in Africa

There are a lot of resources to figure out where to go and what to take on safari, plenty of articles to tell you how beautiful Victoria Falls is, but how do you get the inside scoop on traveling to Africa if your agenda is all business? Africa.com’s editors are [...]

  • Angelique Kidjo-Africa

Trendy Africa

Accra, Johannesburg and Nairobi are some of the most dynamic cities on the continent, offering a diverse range of venues from vibey nightclubs to more relaxed lounges. In Johannesburg you could be browsing through an open market in the inner city in the morning, and sipping on cocktails on a [...]

  • World Economic Forum-Addis Ababa-Ethiopia

World Economic Forum on Africa: Day Three

The World Economic Forum on Africa began this week in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. We’re proud to exclusively feature videos by ABN Digital, whose reporters are on the ground in Addis. Even if you missed our previous coverage  ABN Digital continues to update the video player with new interviews. World [...]

  • Lars Thunnel

World Economic Forum on Africa: Day Two

The World Economic Forum on Africa began this week in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. We’re proud to exclusively feature videos by ABN Digital, whose reporters are on the ground in Addis. Lars Thunnel at the World Economic Forum. hoto Credit: WEF/Flickr Thursday’s coverage of the WEF include interview with [...]

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