Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Nation News, Projects and Developments, Travel to Saudi Arabia from Bahrain, Expats in Saudi, Money and Business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

“Let women drive in Saudi” – Shoura member

Abdulrahman Al-Rashed, head of Shoura Council’s committee on economy and energy, said he is in favor of women driving “as long as there is...

Saudization Begins: expats lose jobs

In a report by the Saudi General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI), around 34,500 Saudis are paid less than SAR2,000 per month; whereas the...

Jobs in car rental now only open to Saudis

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development on Thursday announced its decision to limit all jobs in car rental companies to Saudi nationals.The ministry...

Saudi Mufti: cinemas are depraved

Singing concerts and cinemas are a depravity”, Grand Mufti Abdulaziz Al Sheikh said in a television interview. The head of the Saudi Supreme Council...

Saudi Arabia, US in talks of billions of arms sales

The US and Saudi Arabia have reportedly intensified negotiations over arms deals potentially worth tens of billions of dollars. The purported agreement looks to...

Saudi Arabia’s new mega fun city to rival Las Vegas?

  The Kingdom's newest mega project--the biggest of its kind in the world will be built on area of 334 square kilometers, including a major safari...

Expats struggle to benefit from amnesty

Thousands of expatriate workers with expired resident IDs (iqamas) or those who have not been issued iqamas because their employers have been placed in...

The Saudi mentality

When you drive around the roads of Bahrain, and you see cars screeching past with total disregard for road safety, one thought springs to...

Iran threatens to leave ‘only Mecca and Medina’ untouched if Saudi...

Iran will hit back at most of Saudi Arabia with the exception of Islam's holiest places if the kingdom does anything "ignorant", Tehran's defense...

Saudi: Expat Workers Leaving in Droves; Creating Hiring Crisis

Saudi Arabia’s expatriate workers are leaving the kingdom by the thousands, and the exodus may not yet be over.As companies struggle with slower business...
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