Local Startup MoyAts Introduces Platform to Streamline Recruitment for Businesses

Aiming to empower local businesses and bridge the technology gap in the labor market, local startup MoyAts has developed an Applicant Tracking System (ATS).

The Software as a Service (SaaS) solution, which was launched two weeks ago, is centered on transforming the recruitment industry and offers a suite of tools designed to streamline the recruitment process.

“From aggregating local job boards and allowing the posting of jobs across multiple platforms to facilitating multiple stages of interviews through automatic emails and calendars, our new platform introduces many changes to the traditional recruitment process in Ethiopia,” said Amen Mohammed, founder and CEO of MoyAts.

“With...

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AU Summit Triggers Motorcycle Ban in Addis Ababa, Disrupting Delivery Businesses

The city of Addis Ababa has temporarily prohibited the use of motorcycles due to the upcoming 36th African Union summit, affecting delivery businesses.

The ban, which took effect on February 8, 2023, covers all types of motorcycles and Bajajs (three-wheeled vehicles), except for those used by security and traffic bodies.

According to the announcement, it will be strictly forbidden to operate the vehicles in the city during the specified period. The restrictions on motorcycles will also be in effect until the end of the African Union meeting, lasting for 12 days.

The announcement adds that the decision is aimed at ensuring the smooth functioning of the African Union meeting and ensuring the...

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Hibret Bank Launches Hibir Ecommerce, a Digital Payment Platform That Allows Ethiopian Businesses to Accept International Payments

Hibret Bank has launched Hibir e-commerce a solution that enables businesses in Ethiopia to sell their products and reach new international customers online.

Powered by Mastercard Payment Gateway Services (MPGS), Hibir e-commerce is a digital payments platform that allows Ethiopian businesses and retailers to accept international card payments for online purchases.

This move is expected to help local businesses reach new markets and increase revenue while expanding Ethiopia’s access to the digital economy.

Hibir e-commerce enables businesses and merchants to accept Mastercard and other branded payment cards from customers based outside of the country. The gateway also provides a...

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