The Saudi government is working on an ambitious plan to provide housing to 52 per cent of its citizens under the National Transformation Programme 2020 (NTP) within the next four years, said a report.
The ministry has set aside SR
Around 80 per cent of the jobs in Makkah's hotels and tourist resorts will be staffed by locals by the end of the year, said a report.
The plan, which is part of the kindom's Saudisation push, will be carried out in cooper
Loss-making Kuwait Airways has let go of 1,350 Kuwaiti nationals during the last two years, part of a plan to cut costs and return to profit by 2019, the chief executive of the state-owned carrier told Reuters on Thursday.
The National Marine Dredging Company (NMDC) has announced that hiring UAE nationals is one of its top priorities in all divisions of the company especially in engineering and technical fields.
This announcement came during NMDC&rs
UAE's national airline Etihad Airways has appointed three UAE nationals to key executive roles.
Captain Salah Alfarajalla, who has been with Etihad since 2007, became senior vice president - Security and Na
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, is beckoning UAE nationals to join its innovative Fursati – “my opportunity” in Arabic – foundation programme which aims to produce customer-facing ground service agents an
There has been a slight increase in the number of Saudi families owning homes across the kingdom, according to the data released by general statistics and information department of the Ministry of Economy and Planning.
The total n
Indian nationals have again been urged to approach their embassy first before asking social workers for help. Indian Ambassador Alok Kumar Sinha, who started in his post earlier this summer, said that the embassy staff were committed to helpin
An increase in the number of road traffic accidents over the past week has coincided with an influx of GCC nationals visiting Bahrain to celebrate Eid, according to official figures.
Just yesterday (July 23) a car was left on its
Nationals of 66 countries can get visas on arrival starting October 1, as part of a policy to boost Bahrain's tourism and economic growth.
They include US, UK, France, Germany, Russia, South Korea, Japan, China and several sta