Addis Ababa City Government Vacancy 2022

Addis Ababa City Government

Location: Addis-Ababa

Job Posted on: December 16, 2022

Deadline: December 30, 2022

Number of Positions: 8 -positions with 0 EXP, 100 – positions with EXP

Professions: agricultural economics, animal science, applied biology, applied chemistry, banking, building technology, business administration, business management, chemical engineering, civil engineering, construction technology and management, cooperative accounting, development economics, development management, economics, environmental science, garment engineering, horticulture,human-resource-management,industrial-engineering, insurance, law, leadership,leather-engineering, logistics, management,management-information-system-is,manufacturing-engineering, marketing,plant-science,project-management,public-administration,social-anthropology, sociology, statistics,supplies-management,water-engineering

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Addis Zemen (አዲስ ዘመን; “New Era” in English) is an Ethiopian Amharic newspaper published by the federal government’s Ethiopian Press Agency, which also publishes the English-language Ethiopian Herald.

Addis ZemenType Daily Format Broadsheet Founder(s) Haile Selassie Publisher Ethiopian Press AgencyFounded 7 June 1941; 81 years ago Political alignment Pro-government Language Amharic Headquarters Addis Ababa Website:

The paper was founded by Emperor Haile Selassie following the liberation of the country, and its name refers to the liberation of Ethiopia from Italian colonial rule.The paper was launched as a four-page weekly on 7 June 1941.Its first editor-in-chief was Amde Mikael Desalegn. On 5 May 1946 it became a broadsheet publication[1] and in December 1958 it became a daily newspaper,along with the Ethiopian Herald.

It is based in Addis Ababa and is currently published by the Ethiopian Press Agency.On Sundays, the paper provides its readers with extensive news about children in the country in terms of cultural activities.