Any objections to Saher fine? Record online!

Updated 21 January 2015
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Any objections to Saher fine? Record online!

The Interior Ministry has launched a new online service that will allow citizens and expatriates to check if they have fines recorded under the Saher system and raise objections if they have any.
The ministry said objections must be in line with specific requirements and guidelines, including that the person lodging the appeal should be registered on its website. In addition, objections should be filed within 30 days of the date of the traffic offense.
Objections are limited to those violations recorded by the Saher system. Penalties for violations should be paid after submitting an objection to avoid the amount of the fine increasing.
It is not permissible to file objections to traffic offenses recorded before the launch of the new service, and only one objection may be filed per violation, the ministry was quoted as saying in a report on Tuesday.
The ministry said that individuals wishing to file objections could also visit the main offices of the General Directorate of Traffic in the Kingdom for information to register their complaints.
All objections would be reviewed in accordance with the rules and regulations of the General Directorate of Traffic issued by royal decree eight years ago.
Drivers must visit the site www.moi.gov.sa and they can find the relevant section under “Public Query Traffic Violation and Objection Claim.” They must fill in their identity and fine numbers.


Saudi women now occupy nearly half of retail jobs, says report

The number of Saudi women in sales was 125,505 by the end of 2018’s third quarter, giving them a 48 percent market share of the national workforce in this sector. (Supplied)
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Saudi women now occupy nearly half of retail jobs, says report

  • The total number of male Saudis in sales increased by 15 percent to 134,692 by the end of the third quarter of 2018, from 116,589 at the end of the first quarter of 2017

JEDDAH: The number of nationals working in the retail sector has risen to 260,000 and 48 percent of them are women, according to data issued by the General Authority for Statistics.
Around 44,000 Saudis joined the sales sector between the end of the first quarter of 2017 and the end of 2018’s third quarter, representing an increase of around 20 percent.
A labor market bulletin said the total number of sales staff in the Kingdom was 537,281, of which 48.4 percent were Saudis. The remaining workers were foreigners.
The bulletin also said that the number of Saudi women in sales was 125,505 by the end of 2018’s third quarter, giving them a 48 percent market share of the national workforce in this sector.
The total number of male Saudis in sales increased by 15 percent to 134,692 by the end of the third quarter of 2018, from 116,589 at the end of the first quarter of 2017.
Earlier this year, the Ministry of Labor and Social Development announced it would be providing Saudis with job opportunities in an attempt to reduce unemployment, especially in sales roles, the Saudi Press Agency reported.