Category: ojes

Classical Sources and Archaeological Research

by Abraham Zerai The use of written or pictorial descriptions of life in the past should be a key source of evidence for any archaeological study of populations or societies from historic time periods....

Views and Musings about the BBC

by Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion Last week, it was revealed that Eritrea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, located in Asmara, the country’s capital, would be summoning the British Ambassador. Although this development was precipitated by the...

Sawa: Capacity upgrading training for teachers

Capacity upgrading training was organized for teachers at the Warsay Yekealo Secondary School. According to Mr. Mehreteab Gebresillassie, coordinator of the four day training, the objective of the training was to narrow the gap...

Eritrea-Ethiopia border point re-opened Omhajer-Humera

  President Isaias Afwerki and Prime Minister  Abiy Ahmed officially opened today, 7 January 2019, the Omhajer- Humera border points connecting the two countries. The Omhajer-Humera road that has been closed for 20 years...

2018: Black Swan in the Horn of Africa

by Sophia Tesfamariam It is the beginning of 2019 and no doubt there will be predictions about our world from pundits everywhere. There will be economic and political forecasts and the analysts and experts...

DIMTSI HAFASH, THE RADIO OF THE PEOPLE

by Billion Temesghen Youthful memories of one of its earliest members from 35 years back Dimtsi Hafash Eritrea (Voice of the Broad Masses of Eritrea), celebrates its 40th anniversary this first week of January....

A Look Back at an Extraordinary Year

By Dr. Fikrejesus Amahazion Undeniably, 2018 was an extraordinary year for Eritrea and the Horn of Africa. The powerful winds of change swept across the region, ushering in the possibility of lasting peace, stability,...