The prime minister also says that the country's "solid foundation" lends itself to a quick economic recovery, following months of violent protests.
In South Sudan Kiir and Machar kick off ‘new’ rule with 240% inflation, empty coffers, and a mountain of problems>William Davison
“Remilitarising Juba - having the armed forces of the two contending parties in the city - is insane”
Machar still stays away as South Sudan power deal hit by row over troops, arms. US slams rebel leader>William Davison
The rebel movement is also supposed to contribute 1,500 police to a joint force for the capital
Restricting access isn’t a policy and may be because of “erratic” connections, according to the government spokesman
IAAF president Sebastian Coe identified Ethiopia, Kenya, Morocco, Belarus and Ukraine as problem countries because of weak anti-doping programmes
“The economy will continue to register growth, [but] not a double-digit fast economic growth”
Seven Ethiopian security forces killed, state buildings damaged, in restive Oromia region - minister>William Davison
Security forces killed as many as 140 people at the “generally peaceful” Oromo protests, New York-based Human Rights Watch said
Globally, only Papua New Guinea grew faster last year. Government spending has been key driver of the boom
“It’s not all doom and gloom at all, Africa is not unraveling by any means”
The 'Ethiopian model' runs into a wall; economic ambitions clash with politics as Oromo protests surge>William Davison
The unrest highlights the conflict between the countries authoritarian development model and its system of federalism.