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  • Teddy Afro becomes a father!

    Tewodros Kassahun and Amleset Muchie have welcomed their first child today. The couple who was wed on September 27th 2012 are now parents to a baby boy. The newly parents have named their child "Michael".

    We will be posting pictures of Michaek Tewodros as soon as we get hem:) Congratulaions to Teddy and Amleset:) Enkuwan Mariam Marechish:)

    More Pictures Coming Soon

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  • Ethiopia fans in South Africa apologise for bad behaviour

    RUSTENBURG, South Africa, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Ethiopia fans took the unusual step of apologizing for their unruly behavior in last Monday's match against Zambia by waving a banner during the game against Nigeria on Tuesday.

    "We apologise for our behaviour, but we love the game" was written in huge letters on the banner against the background of the green, yellow and red colours of the Ethiopian flag.

    It was unfurled at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace during the team's final Group C match.

    The fans threw missiles including plastic vuvuzelas, bottles and other objects on to the field at Nelspruit's Mbombela Stadium after their goalkeeper Jemal Tassew was shown a red card for a challenge on Zambian midfielder Chisamba Lungu.

    The game was held up for nine minutes while the debris was cleared and the Ethiopian FA was fined by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

    (editing by Ed Osmond)

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  • Historic “Tikur Sew” Show at Nelson Mandela Square Sandton Convention

    At one of the most prestigious and largest convention venue on the continent of Africa, at Sandton Convention which is located at Nelson Mandela Square in Johannesburg, the Ethiopian music legend TeddyAfro performed one of the best concert during his World Tour “Tikur Sew” Show.

    The show was a kickoff party for African Nations Cup to energize our fans in supporting the WALYAS (our national football team) for their first game after 31 years. TeddyAfro and Abugida band will be heading to Nelspruit to watch the game between Ethiopia and Zambia on Monday Jan 21st, 2013.

    Teddy Afro will perform his second show in South Africa at Nelspruit on Monday night Jan 21st, 2013 right after the game.

    Pictures: Teddy Afro Facebook Page

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  • The other side of Teddy Afro’s concert

    Taking a glimpse of their short miniskirt outfits, their straightened hair, makeup, mascara and lipstick, one can guess that they were preparing themselves for a special occasion. On Saturday night, at Ghion Hotel, four girls were standing close to the employees' canteen.

    One of the girls, with her infectious love, was saying, “If I don’t do it for Teddy Afro who will I do it for then?”, explaining about why she straightened her hair.

    It was not only these girls who came for the Teddy Afro concert, outfitted in short skirts and high heels. Other women were also in miniskirts and hight heels.

    Their excitement and hype seem to make them forget the cold. Then they headed to the small underground toilet. Inside the toilet, which does not have light, three girls were changing from jeans to miniskirts. After a while, they came out and joined the crowd.

    At the main gate, crowds were shoving and inside couples were lying on the grass while some were queuing up to get drinks. Before the star attraction came music, which was being played by the DJ.

    From the day of the announcement everybody thought that tickets would be sold out. So many of his fans bought their tickets early.

    On the concert day, the entire road was swarming with people.  The road that takes to the stadium, to Ambassador Theater and on the opposite side to Meskel Square, was so crowded.  Apart from that, there were rumors that fake tickets were being sold.

    On that day, one of the issues was parking. Some also used the nearby clinics to park their car.

    The queue was on two sides, the longer queue was on the road to Ambassador and the other on the road to Meskel Square. Then after a little while the crowd rushed to the gate, pushed the security guards and broke in. The security guys were forced to beat up some of them.

    When the crowd was entering the concert room, one of the coordinators, who was sitting in a pickup car, was shouting on the microphone saying: “Please hold up your tickets.”

    Without any checking, unlike some strict concerts, people started to get in pushing and jostling one another.

    One of them in the crowd was the renowned composer Abegaz Kibrework, who also had composed the song Tikur Sew.

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