Ethiopian Business Review

Sport betting is becoming popular and expanding at an astonishing rate in Addis Ababa. Despite the fact that it is a new phenomenon in Ethiopia, it is quickly gaining momentum. Motivated by this demand, many companies are starting to invest in the sector, which requires moderate capital. EBR’s Kiya Ali explored the nitty-gritty of sport betting and its growing acceptance in Addis.

Saturday, 15 June 2019 03:00
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Oranges have always been one of Addis’ favourite treats. However, over the past few years, their price has shown a steady increase, from around ETB15 a kilo to anywhere around ETB 80 per kilo now. Orange farmers and distributors have been experiencing issues that have contributed to the rise in prices of oranges, such as pests and horticultural disease. EBR’s Kiya Ali explored the issue.

Wednesday, 15 May 2019 03:00
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Ethiopia has been an agriculture dependent economy for decades. Among the methods to increase the production of the agricultural sector is the use of pesticides to combat insects, pests and other plant diseases. However, Ethiopia is also contending with transboundary pests and diseases, which travel across borders, infecting crops in multiple countries. There is also an issue with pesticides that are no longer able to be used for their original purpose, or other purposes, being stored unsafely, with no proper facilities with which to dispose of them. EBR’s Ashenafi Endale reports.

Wednesday, 15 May 2019 03:00
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