NATIONAL PRIORITIES: Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman chairs a Cabinet meeting in Riyadh on Monday. (SPA)
Intensive security measures are in force to seize foreigners who violate the Kingdom’s labor laws, said a Jeddah police source.
The Education Ministry has directed all teachers, both male and female, not to intervene in the personal choices of students unless those choices contradict the community’s accepted public behavior.
The phrase, “Allah will provide for us,” is repeated often by the residents of the women’s home in the historic district of Jeddah. It sums up the unhappy lives of the unfortunate women.
There will be 3,000 job opportunities for unemployed young male and female Saudis, as well as for foreigners, during the tenth session of “Jobs on Air” on Al Danah television channel on Tuesday night.
Saudi Arabia’s justice system is based on the provisions of Islamic law derived from the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah (tradition) of the Prophet (peace be upon him).
Several residents in the city of Madinah have drawn attention of the competent authorities toward multiple Prophet’s heritage sites and relics in the area, including wells, mountains, valleys and the
Business sectors in the Kingdom with less than 500 workers are not fit to employ women, at least according to assessments made by the Ministry of Labor’s adviser.
With construction work well under way in some neighborhoods, family and youth centers are sprouting in many districts in Jeddah to help enhance family values and keep young people on track.
The Ministry of Health is currently working on establishing a system to grant bonuses and incentives to workers in the health sector whose performances prove to be excellent, while imposing severe pun
South Korean President Park Geun-hye will arrive on March 3 on a two-day visit. She will meet Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and senior ministers in order to bolster bilateral ties.
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