In this October 29, 2014 photo shows a model of a train at the company's operation building in Riyadh. (AFP)
Several religious leaders in Saudi Arabia have slammed those who killed 149 people in an attack on a Pakistan school.
The Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants (SOCPA) will sign up an American firm next month to check the education qualifications of expatriates seeking accreditation to practice in the K
Under the patronage of Abdul Latif Al-Zayani, secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council, the Federation of GCC Chambers will be organizing the closing ceremony of the 2nd Gulf campaign for the
In a new development, the Ministry of Transport has made it mandatory for taxi firms to install communication and tracking systems in their vehicles in order to reduce and eventually put an end to cab
Three masked men shot a Saudi man in the foot in Awamiyah on Thursday, according to the Eastern Province police.
A local businesswoman here has called on the government to ease red tape for women entrepreneurs in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities President Prince Sultan bin Salman recently addressed the leaders of the tourism program at Harvard University wherein he exuded hope that Saudi students s
The government's nationalization plan has been more difficult to apply for some businesses than others, with over 212,000 going out of business this year for not employing Saudis.
An international consulting company has been asked to conduct a comprehensive study of the salary scale for Saudi nationals in the government sector.
Since a high percentage of the Kingdom’s residents enroll their children in private schools, Saudi businesswomen have found a unique and rewarding area of investors.
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