Officials from Expo 2020 Dubai recently met with representatives from businesses in Dubai South to raise awareness of the commercial opportunities the mega event offers to local businesses.
The meeting took place at the Dubai South Head
The University of South Wales has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Dubai Aviation City Corporation (DACC), wholly-owned by the Government of Dubai, for the establishment of the region’s first specialist campus facility offer
Emirates’ premium and loyal customers can now look forward to even greater levels of comfort, hospitality and convenience with the opening of the airline’s new two-level premium lounge at the Cape Town International Airport in South
Emirates today announced that it will introduce a third daily service between Dubai and Cape Town from July 4.
The new service will supplement the two current daily flights between the two cities to meet growing demand on the route, and
South Africa's tourism sector expects strong growth in 2016 after strict new visa rules reduced the number of arrivals in the previous year, Minister Derek Hanekom said on Tuesday.
"In January, over one million tourists a
Etihad Airways is introducing three additional passenger flights per week between Johannesburg, South Africa, and Abu Dhabi from July to September to cater for the increased demand on the route during summer.
Complementing the air
Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the UAE, is introducing three additional flights per week between Johannesburg and Abu Dhabi from July to September.
The boost in service is part of efforts to cater for the increased demand
French oil and gas firm Total has signed a confidential agreement with Tehran to develop Iran's South Azadegan oil field which it shares with Iraq, state-run Press TV reported, quoting Oil Minister Bijan Zangeneh.
Trade ministers from South Africa and Saudi Arabia jointly inaugurated the Bokpoort Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Project, which has been developed by a consortium led by ACWA Power in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, marking the o
More than 100 people were unaccounted for after a gold mine in Mpumalanga province in northeastern South Africa caved in, a union official said on Friday, while emergency services said 49 miners had so far been brought to the surface.