Prof. Mammo Muchie’s TV Interview

Tigray rebels advance to neighbouring regions Conflict in Ethiopia is escalating after government warned that it could deploy its “entire defensive capability” to Tigray after rebels advanced to neighbouring regions. Addis Ababa said rebels were testing its patience and threatening the ceasefire called in June. Two opposition political parties have called

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s Television Interview

The Northern region of Ethiopia, Tigray has been marred by violence, leaving over a thousand people dead in the conflict. For more on this Pan-African scholar at the Tshwane University of Technology, Professor Mammo Muchie is on the line.

Prof. Mammo’s Radio Interview

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Ethiopia Deserves Nothing Else Other than to Make all Citizens United Freed from the Ethnic Federal Predicament Curse! by Mammo Muchie DSI/NRF Rated SARChI Research Chair, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment and Department of Industrial Engineering ,Tshwane University of Technology: &

Claims of Victory and Ceasefire in Ethiopia’s Tigray | Radio 786

Tigrayan forces have claimed the regional capital of Mekelle after taking full control of the city. They’ve been engaged in eight months of conflict with Ethiopian government troops. It’s alleged that the residents of Mekelle had welcomed the development. The fighting in Ethiopia’s northern region has killed thousands of people,

Prof. Mammo Muchie’s Radio Interview

Outcome of Ethiopia’s elections hard to predict Ethiopians are voting today in national and regional elections taking place against the backdrop of war and famine in the northern Tigray region. It is the first electoral test for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed who rose to power in 2018 championing a democratic revival