Sunday, November 29, 2020
Wardheer News

Coca-Cola launches home delivery service

Coca-Cola has launched a new home delivery service that will provide consumers with access to its range of beverages from the comfort of whatever location they are. Dubbed ‘DialACoke.com’ the online platform will give consumers a convenient, quick and safe … Continued

US, Somalia ink debt relief deal

By Abdulkadir Khalif, Correspondent Nation Media Group US, Somalia ink debt relief deal US Ambassador to Somalia Donald Yamamoto and Somalia’s Minister of Finance Abdirahman Dualeh Beileh have signed a bilateral agreement spelling out ways of reducing and restructuring debt owed … Continued

Ethio-Djibouti Railway Vows to Reverse Losses

By Bemenet Wondewossen, Addis Fortune The Ethio-Djibouti Gauge Railway is set to double the number of freight trains a day to four pairs by November in an effort to break even. It has been functioning with two pairs of freight … Continued

Halima Aden joins Vita Coco

The Somali-American supermodel – who spent the first seven years of her life in a refugee camp in Kenya – will serve as a global spokesperson and advocate for the campaign, which helps the coconut water company support coconut farming … Continued

2 dead in Abu Dhabi restaurant blast caused by gas leak

By Ismail Sebugwaawo, Khaleej Times Abu Dhabi- Two people were killed in a gas explosion that ripped through a fast food restaurant in Abu Dhabi on Monday morning, authorities said. One of the victims was near the explosion site on … Continued

Ethiopian Opens New Terminal at its Addis Ababa Hub

ADDIS ABEBA – Ethiopian Airlines Group said it has successfully completed a new passenger terminal at its hub Addis Ababa Bole International Airport with an emphasis on Bio Security and Bio-Safety measures. The new terminal has check-in hall with sixty … Continued

Why a Quiet Hajj Is Hurting Somalia

BY AHMED KHALIF The annual hajj pilgrimage to Mecca was slated to begin this week. In normal times, pilgrims from around the world would be flocking to Islam’s holiest site, where they would take part in days of rituals central to their faith. … Continued

Is This The World’s Riskiest Oil Frontier?

By Viktor Katona, Oilprice Somalia’s government has announced that it would hold its first-ever offshore licensing round this August, marking the starting point of Africa’s perhaps most adventurous oil frontiers. Still recovering from the disastrous consequences of the Civil War, … Continued