JEDDAH: Private schools have been devising new ways to raise money from parents to circumvent the Education Ministry’s cap on fee increases, a local publication reported here recently.
JEDDAH: Vice Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Minister of Interior and Chairman of the Supreme Haj Committee Prince Mohammed bin Naif has approved the general plan for implementation of Civil Defens
RIYADH: The government has shut down a cosmetics factory in Riyadh for using undisclosed raw materials and unhygienic process at its production facility.
RIYADH: Recruitment offices here have decided to stop hiring Bangladeshi workers because they claim that a supply crunch has raised costs.
RIYADH: As many as 200 students have enrolled into different courses at the Riyadh-based Saudi Aviation Flight Academy (SAFA) with 70 percent of them being Saudi nationals, said Saleem Bava, head o
MAKKAH: Civil Defense teams in Makkah recovered the body of a man and rescued several people in flooded areas after heavy rain here on Sunday.
JEDDAH: Delays in the arrival of books to schools for the second week in a row has resulted in an investigation by different government bodies.
JEDDAH: Teachers contributed from their personal funds to repair certain damaged facilities on the campus of one of the government middle schools in Riyadh.
JEDDAH: The high hopes of potential employers and young people lacking the required skills is creating a gap between them, and to some extent, driving regional youth unemployment in the Kingdom.
RIYADH: Thirty-three of the 34 Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus cases in the Kingdom were reported from Riyadh and one from Najran, the weekly report released here by the Ministry o
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