The House of People’s Representatives (HPR) has awarded a private company to deliver a 24 million birr worth HD cameras, to go on air in a few months. The Parliament’s Secretariat has recently selected a private company called Orbis Trading and Technical Center Share Company, to supply the equipment manufactured by Bosch – a German company based in Stuttgart. Orbis has won the bid to supply the equipment, specifically, Beta Canon with a financial outlay of 24 million birr. It was noted that the newly-ordered equipment is going to replace the existing cameras that were installed inside the main Convention Hall. The move is aimed at re-branding the parliament’s regular activities. Installed some 25 years ago, the existing cameras are outdated and analogues in type. Source: The Ethiopian Reporter

The House of People’s Representatives (HPR) has awarded a private company to deliver a 24 million birr worth HD cameras, to go on air in a few months.

The Parliament’s Secretariat has recently selected a private company called Orbis Trading and Technical Center Share Company, to supply the equipment manufactured by Bosch – a German company based in Stuttgart. Orbis has won the bid to supply the equipment, specifically, Beta Canon with a financial outlay of 24 million birr.

It was noted that the newly-ordered equipment is going to replace the existing cameras that were installed inside the main Convention Hall. The move is aimed at re-branding the parliament’s regular activities. Installed some 25 years ago, the existing cameras are outdated and analogues in type.

Source: The Ethiopian Reporter

The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia

The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia and Ethiopian Airlines are bracing their business partnership by introducing new joint transaction services.

The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) and Ethiopian Airlines have announced that they are forging new partnerships. The officials launched a co-branded payment card that can enable customers to accumulate miles on their Sheba Miles Program, Ethiopian Airlines frequent-flyer program, when they transact using the platinum debit card.

Using the co-branded payment card customers can buy air tickets, use hotel services and buy goods from supermarkets and earn miles on their Sheba Miles Program. Ethiopian Airlines has been using a co-branded payment card with United Bank

Source: The Ethiopian Reporter