Ethiopia becomes one of the three African countries that have an online system that enables teachers and students to interact online. Huawei with UNESCO launched the implementation of the Technology-Enabled Open Schools for All (TeOSS) project.
The topping out ceremony of the construction of the future headquarters of the Africa Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (Africa CDC) was held in Addis Ababa, marking the first phase completion of the project.
The Ministry of Trade & Regional integration launched the National Warehouse Receipt pilot project, a system that enables farmers to get credit for depositing grains in exchange for a warehouse receipt.
The Public Procurement Service (PPS) canceled the bid it announced to buy 300,000 tonnes of wheat for humanitarian assistance. Price variation from the global market led the government to cancel the tender, according to information obtained from the PPS.
Huawei introduced a range of new products and a new operating system this week. The new products available to the global market include smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets powered by its new operating system Harmony OS2.
Komari Beverages Plc finally launched its new product within the capital this morning. Started with a capital of just over 12 million USD, the new product named Arada, a cocktail with three different flavors has been one of the most talked about products in the capital since the company’s trucks started roaming the city more than a year ago.