Ethiopia's army chief, top regional officials killed in northern coup attempt
Ethiopia's army chief of staff and the regional president of the northern state of Amhara were killed in two related attacks when a general tried to seize control of Amhara in an attempted coup, the prime minister's office said on Sunday.
Ethiopia: Army chief shot during coup attempt, says PM
After reports of a coup attempt, the prime minister of Ethiopia has said the army chief of staff has been shot. Unknown elements reportedly attempted to topple a regional government.
Ethiopians slowly return home after ethnic violence
More than a year after his house in southern Ethiopia was razed to the ground, his coffee plantation destroyed and cattle stolen, Teketel Memheru is still too terrified to return home. The 22-year-old is one of hundreds of thousands of people uprooted from their homes by ethnic clashes in a burgeoning domestic crisis the Ethiopian government is battling to contain.
Ethiopian PM in Sudan to revive democracy talks
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has called for a rapid democratic transition after meeting with Sudan's generals in Khartoum. He also met protest leaders who say over 100 people were killed by a paramilitary group in a recent crackdown.
What Africa Day means for us - Ara Olumuyiwa
This year will mark 56 years since Africa day was conceived in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. It is celebrated annually on the 25th of May. Ahead of this year's celebration Ara Olumuyiwa, who is popularly known by her stage name Ara, a Nigerian Talking Drummer joined CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor to discuss what this day means for Africans.
Ethiopia to release 737 Max crash preliminary report Thursday
Ethiopia said it will release a preliminary report Thursday into last month’s crash of a Boeing Co. 737 Max jetliner that killed 157 people, grounded the plane worldwide and raised questions about the relation between U.S. regulators and the aircraft maker.
KCB CEO Joshua Oigara lays out strategy for growth
Kenya Commercial Bank seeks to set up subsidiaries in Ethiopia, Somalia and the DR Congo as part of its growth strategy. CNBC Africa's Michael Mugisha sat down With KCB Group CEO, Joshua Oigara for more on this.
Overcoming stigma with handicrafts
HIV positive women in Ethiopia are often shut out from society, but some have found solace in handicrafts.
Ethiopia's girls still dreaming of a better future
Although Ethiopia recently appointed its first female president, the country still has a long way to go towards achieving gender equality. But many young women are determined to smash the glass ceiling.
Mercy Corps unveil $5mn AgriFin Digital Farmer initiative
AgriFin today launched the AgriFin Digital Farmer, a two year, $5 million initiative to support the expansion of high impact, digitally enabled services to at least 1 million farmers over two years across Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, and Nigeria.