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Ethiopia ends web blackout, raising hopes of reforms under new PM »

Dr Abye Ahmed

Originally published on Reuters – ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Internet users in Ethiopia said on Monday the government appeared to…

Apr 17 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »

My Personal Letter to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia By Prof. Al Mariam »

al_mariam

Our daily deeds as ordinary South Africans must produce an actual South African reality that will reinforce humanity’s belief in…

Apr 9 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »

Can Abiy Ahmed Save Ethiopia? »

Abiy Ahmed, newly elected Prime Minister of Ethiopia, addresses the house of Parliament in Addis Ababa, after the swearing in ceremony on April 2, 2018. (ZACHARIAS ABUBEKER/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

The announcement of a new prime minister has led to widespread celebrations, but reforming the country without alienating the army…

Apr 5 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »

ዶክተር አብይ አህመድ ለህዝብ ተወካዮች ምክር ቤት ያደረጉት ሙሉ ንግግር »

ዶክተር አብይ አህመድ ለህዝብ ተወካዮች ምክር ቤት ያደረጉት ሙሉ ንግግር

PDF – ዶክተር አብይ አህመድ ለህዝብ ተወካዮች ምክር ቤት ያደረጉት ሙሉ ንግግር ዶክተር አብይ አህመድ ለህዝብ ተወካዮች ምክር ቤት ያደረጉት…

Apr 3 2018 / Comments Off / Read More »

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First Prize of the African Information Society Initiative - 2005

CyberEthiopia was awarded the First Prize of the 2005 Africa Information Society Media Awards (AISI) introduced in 2003 to encourage more informed coverage of the Information Society and the Information Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D).


Political Internet Filtering in Ethiopia

Ethiopia is the only country in sub-Saharan Africa to actively engage in political censorship of the Internet. Since May 2006, the top five most popular Ethiopian web sites (including CyberEthiopia) and several blogs have been blocked across the nation. The apparent objective is to prevent the dissemination of information that is critical of the regime.