Gordon Igesund says SA could not have done more to beat Ethiopia, with World Cup hopes now on disciplinary procedures against the group leaders.
Fifa has said it is probing whether or not Ethiopia, Togo and Equatorial Guinea each used an ineligible player in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
In contrast with the rest of Ethiopia, generosity thrives in Harar - along with some wonderfully peculiar traditions.
Caffeine addiction and withdrawal have now been classified as formal mental disorders.
Ethiopia will continue with the construction of its Grand Renaissance Dam on the Blue Nile River despite protest from Egypt.
Zambia defended their Afcon crown in frustrating fashion with a 1-1 draw against an Ethiopia side whose goalkeeper was red-carded.
Members of the Ethiopian community in Jo'burg celebrated Timkat, the baptism of Christ in a procession of colour and sound.
Lesotho claims an Ethiopian is smuggling illegal immigrants into South Africa - but he denies it.
Two Swedish journalists freed from a 14-month jail sentence in Ethiopia are resting in a secret location, relatives said.
African leaders joined other foreign dignitaries in paying homage to Ethiopia's longtime prime minister Meles Zenawi ahead of Sunday's state funeral.
Ethiopia will hold a state funeral on Sptember 2 for late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, who died on Monday after 21 years in power.
Meles Zenawi has cancer, or a brain tumour, or Aids, or has been poisoned by his wife, Ethiopian dissident groups have speculated.
President Jacob Zuma expressed condolences on Saturday morning following the death of Public Service and Administration Minister Roy Padayachie.
Roy Padayachie was a committed patriot who died in the service of his country, deputy minister of public service and administration said on Saturday.
Minister of Public Service and Administration Roy Padayachie has died in Ethiopia, government spokesperson Jimmy Manyi said on Saturday.
If you are looking for God in Ethiopia, you won't have to search too hard. He is everywhere, writes Mohammed Selman.
Human rights groups in Ethiopia are struggling to survive under a law that Amnesty International says is too vaguely worded and restrictive.
An offensive by Somalia's Islamist al-Shabab fighters on Ethiopian troops has left many dead, as the country prepares to withdraw from the region.
The jailing of Swedish journalists in Ethiopia is forcing the two countries to reassess their past.
Somalia's al-Qaeda-allied al-Shebaab rebels warned they were stepping up a bombing campaign in the war-torn capital Mogadishu.