Tamrat G Giorgis
Tamrat G Giorgis is the managing editor of Fortune, which covers mainly the economies of Ethiopia and Africa. He has over 28 years experience in nearly every aspect of publishing with more than 11 various publications. He is a member of the Alumni of the University of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Policy and regularly contributes to specialised international publications.
Ethiopia faces a ‘perfect storm’

Ethiopia faces a ‘perfect storm’

A few months ago, security agents intercepted five of Ethiopia’s opposition figures at Addis Ababa airport and took them to a place where individuals contracting the coronavirus were isolated and treated.

Africa in Fact C-19 blog series: Theme 1: Leadership Style

Africa in Fact C-19 blog series: Theme 1: Leadership Style

On 28 May, Ethiopia marked the 29th anniversary of the fall of a military Marxist government in May 1991. It was also a day when the country marked its highest increase in the number of people who have contracted the COVID-19 virus since the first case was reported in March this year.

In search of a new media model

In search of a new media model

Ethiopia: media in transition The current media system in Ethiopia has yet to yield the desired results of promoting diversity, openness, responsiveness and autonomy Ethiopian society has been in transition for more than a quarter of a century and so have the country’s media and their practitioners. Having a legacy of rule by monocracies and […]

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Tamrat G Giorgis
Tamrat G Giorgis is the managing editor of Fortune, which covers mainly the economies of Ethiopia and Africa. He has over 28 years experience in nearly every aspect of publishing with more than 11 various publications. He is a member of the Alumni of the University of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Policy and regularly contributes to specialised international publications.
In search of a new media model

In search of a new media model

Ethiopia: media in transition The current media system in Ethiopia has yet to yield the desired results of promoting diversity, openness, responsiveness and autonomy Ethiopian society has been in transition for more than a quarter of a century and so have the...