In Gondar and its surrounding areas, it is common for men and women of all ages to wear a Jano (a traditional costume) during holidays and weddings.
Among the topics raised in the song, one is a serious censure of the PM’s priority of beautification projects amid the chaos in the country
The houses that were built as far back as the 1870s are still being used as residences and business centers.
Painstakingly produced age-old Brana manuscripts are not well preserved and made available for the public.
The once prestigious steam-baths of Fasil Gimb, now all in ruins, were frequented by the royals for their therapeutic effects.
Inn of the Four Sisters receives certificates of recognition every year from Trip Advisor and the sisters aim to become number one in Africa.
Sumuda is designed in the image of sprouting up leaf rolls of Enset plant (false banana) from bottom to top
Sebhat rebukes his critics saying that he loves to face life as it is- "Life with its pimple".
Children say, “Aide Chambalala” (we have come back) & mothers reply “ille, ille” (good to see you today) during the festival of Fiche Chambalala.
Ethiopian children want to read and there are a multitude of authors wanting to tell stories – but the market for kids’ books remains unsteady