Prof. Mammo’s TV Interview

No end in sight to conflict in Ethiopia's Tigray Region To Ethiopia now, where the country is still grappling with the humanitarian crisis in the Tigray region triggered by a government's military campaign against the Tigray People's Liberation Front in November 2020. The government announced yesterday that it will now allow

Ethiopia at Cross Road

You are cordially invited to an online Diplomatic Conversation ETHIOPIA AT THE CROSSROAD: IMPLICATIONS FOR PEACE AND SECURITY IN AFRICA

Prof Mammo Muchie’s Television Interview

Ethiopian authorities say 42 armed men have been killed following a massacre of ethnic groups. SABC News Authorities in Ethiopia say 42 armed men have been killed following a massacre of ethnic groups. Professor Mammo Muchie, from South African Research Chair Innovation Studies , Tshwane University of Technology shares more.

Prof. Mammo’s TV Interview

405 Mornings@405MorningsEthiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, says he's launching the 'final phase' of the army's operation in the northern region of Tigray, after weeks of fighting. Prof Mammo Muchie, Pan-African Scholar and Research Professor at T.U.T. unpacks the recent events. #WeekendDawnOn405

Ethiopia-Tigray conflict

Ethiopia-Tigray conflict | Ethiopia warns international community to stay out of country's affairs Tigrayan refugees fleeing violence in Ethiopia recount seeing people being killed in the streets and hearing gunshots being fired. Many of the refugees ran through the streets away from the violence before being able to make their way

Prof. Mammo’s Radio Interview

Calls to protect civilians in Ethiopia as decisive battle looms. MARKAZ SAHABA ONLINE RADIO  |  THE CURRENT AFFAIRS SHOW WITH ELPHAS NKOSI Download 10.0 MB  Professor Mammo MuchieDST-NRF SARChI Chair in Innovation Studies, Tshwane University of Technology

Ethiopia conflict | Crisis in Tigray region

The African Union enovys who have been appointed to try mediate in the conflict in the Tigray region have an uphill climb ahead of them. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed says he won't negotiate with leaders of the Northern Tigray region, calling them criminals. For more, Thembekile Mrototo spoke to Pan