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Mr Kifle Muluken Yewodwosse
D/Editor in Chief
Crown Publishing/Capital Newspaper
Ethiopia
W : capitalethiopia.com
 
Industry / Sector
Other ( Media )
Personal Profile
Surname: KIFLE Name: MULUKEN YEWONDWOSSEN Profile Since September 2007I am working a journalist for Capital/ www.capitalethiopia.com one of the well known media outlets in Ethiopia. Before joining Capital I have been engaged on similar profession at varies papers. At Capital I have assigned for different positions from reporter level to the highest Editor in Chief post. Regarding to reporting I have covered varies of types of topics and top stores mainly the business and economy and of course political issues. Most of my articles are available online either on our site or others. I have wide experience on travel and reporting from abroad (Djibouti, Sudan, Ruanda, South Africa, India, Turkey, Poland, Russia & USA). For instance, I have traveled more than four times in Djibouti, which is the major sea out for Ethiopia, to report about its economic activity, new port development and in related with the inauguration of the biggest ever port facility, Doraleh Multipurpose Port. Educational background: graduated on Journalism from Addis Ababa University (AAU), working BA paper for Political Science and International Relation at AAU, different short term trainings locally and abroad.
Company Profile
Capital is the longest established private English newspaper in Ethiopia. Capital (also known as Capital Ethiopia) is an Ethiopian weekly business newspaper published and distributed by Crown Publishing Plc. It is published once a week, on Sundays. It was established in December 1998 with a pro business perspective, and styles itself "the paper that promotes free enterprise. The newspaper has opinions and special segments Capital subscribers are often from local business community, non governmental organizations, international organizations, academics and individuals. It aims to boost the free press and information flow, while encouraging and nurturing the private sector with necessary information. It promotes ideological changes and development among the civil society for the betterment of the country, and creates employment opportunities, whilst developing professional journalism.