Rwanda and Ethiopia have suggested new development models they believe can help Africa break away from the prescribed Western models.
African leaders of the two countries and those from other states agreed that Africa should stop being bullied into “accepting policies that misrepresent us and do us harm in the end.” (For more, CLICK HERE!)
First Meles Zenawi Foundation Symposium on development held in Rwanda
Addis Ababa – U.S. President Barack Obama capped his trip to Africa Tuesday with a speech hailing the continent’s progress, but warning such progress can be sustained only through continued development and democracy for all… (for more CLICK HERE!)
Ethiopia has peacefully concluded its pre-election process and voting and many parties and participants have actively engaged in the process. The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia has put hard work and organisational efforts into ensuring that as many of Ethiopia’s 36.8 million registered voters as possible had the chance to exercise their vote. (For full Statement, CLICK HERE)