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  • How to Check | Grade 12 examination results 2017 (2009 E.C) - Ethiopian

    The 2017 Examinations for  Ethiopian candidates seating for 12 have been marked by overwhelming leakages, a source at the Examinations of Ethiopia has confirmed.

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    Check Grade 12 Ethiopian National Exam Result

    How to Check Your Result?

     

    Go to the official Website of National Agency for Examination(NAE) ==> www.neaea.gov.et

    For Now you can check your result only from the official website of NAE. We will update if there is any other method of checking your exam result like with SMS. Good  Luck!

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  • Melat Belayneh is a young female born and raised in Ethiopia


    Melat Belayneh is a young female born and raised in Ethiopia, and is the middle child in a family of five. She took note of her weak math skills and decided to study Law but little did she know it entailed too much reading which she got used to by the fourth year. Relying so much on her ability to endure such a weirdly enjoyable journey towards an uncertain future she decided to join Grad school to earn her Master’s Degree in Human Rights Law. After 4 years, a UN Program Specialist post and a wake-up call later, she started pursuing her career as a Marketing Lead in companies like Diageo and Alle Establishment in Ethiopia. It was only at Cactus Advertising and handling Unilever accounts that she discovered her true passion for advertising and media planning. Quietly notorious, she now works as a free lance consultant on brands and designs communications strategies, blogs, social media management and PR work for different companies.

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  • Things you don’t know about host the of #TIME, Danayit Mekbib

    Danayit or Danishoo as we love to call her was discovered on Instagram. She was a popular self-made sensation with a huge fan base. When Kana TV approached her to be the host of #time on Kana TV, she took the challenge and shook the city. Danayit’s super charismatic and jovial personality has garnered her a huge fan base on-air and online. Danayit Mekbib was born in Ethiopia. In a town called Adigrat in the Northern Tigray region. She grew up Addis Ababa and took some textile designing courses at Bahirdar university. Later on, she continued her education, graduating in marketing management from Unity University. She loves trying new things and is a fashion aficionado.

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  • The Weeknd And Selena Gomez Just Kissed Behind A Dumpster

     

     

    The Weeknd ended 2016 with a new hairstyle and a new album. He's started 2017 by kissing on a new lady.

    New photos picked up by TMZ show Abel Tesfaye locking lips with none other than Selena Gomez, singer of "Hands to Myself" and noted ex-girlfriend of Justin Bieber.

    Abel broke up with his last famous ex, Bella Hadid, two months ago, so it's not surprising that he's already getting cozy with another celeb. But Selena? Selena Gomez, who's all about substance over style these days? Who wants to focus on her music, not her image? Who wants real friends not fake friends, no exceptions? Making out with Abel "We don't pray for love, we just pray for cars" Tesfaye?

    Look, only Selena knows what's best for Selena. We'll just be over here putting the tea on.

    Source: MTV

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  • The Weeknd: "I Represent Ethiopia" - Rare Interview

    The 26-year-old better known as The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye), who on this Sunday in November is ­preparing to release Starboy, the follow-up to his 2015 pop breakthrough Beauty Behind the Madness -- opens up In rare Interview with Billboard about paparazzi, overcoming stage fright and his roots.

    Excerpt from Abel Tesfaye's interview with Billboard

    You’re representing for different ­places — Toronto, Ethiopia. How do you approach that?
    I made it known that I’m Ethiopian. I put it in my music, and my style of singing is very Ethiopian-inspired. I’ve never even been there. I’d love to go home and see my roots.

    Where would you direct a Weeknd fan in terms of Ethiopian music?
    Aster Aweke, for sure. You can hear her voice at the end of “False Alarm” on the new album. Her voice is the greatest thing you’ll ever hear. There’s a great composer named Mulatu Astatke, he’s probably the most famous Ethiopian musician right now. Jim Jarmusch used his music. I’d love to meet him and work with him somehow. Mahmoud Ahmed is a great singer, and so is Tilahun Gessesse. Teddy Afro is more of a pop singer, great voice. This is what I grew up on. I’d wake up in the morning, and my mom would be listening to all this stuff while she was making coffee. I’m working on University of Toronto getting its own class [on Ethiopian language studies].

     

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