Saudi Arabia needs a national strategy to ensure that people with disabilities are given training and support to enter the workplace, a leading consultant in the field said here recently.
The Muslim scholar of international repute, Zakir Naik, hoped the Indian government would soon lift ban on his Peace TV.
A family of six is in the eye of a storm for violating the Kingdom’s labor and residency laws.
A graduation ceremony for 35 orphans hosted by Basmat Amal was held in Jeddah recently in cooperation with a local philanthropist.
The National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) is currently studying a suggestion to increase the salaries of junior government employees to improve their work performance and productivity as well a
The International Indian School Jeddah (Girls’ Section) recently held an investiture ceremony for the academic year 2014-15 that saw the solemn event of young leaders being chosen from the IX – XII bl
International schools in Saudi Arabia are under tremendous pressure to rectify the legal status of their teaching staff after the Labor Ministry injunction that teachers who have not transferred their
Makkah and Riyadh Regions have the largest portions of used and white (vacant) lands in the Kingdom local media said quoting data released by the Ministry of Municipality and Rural Affairs.
Prince Sultan bin Salman, president of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA), opened a mosque in Fez, Morocco, which was reconstructed with Prince Sultan's support in the memory of h
The Ministry of Labor will from Sunday ban all domestic workers, including drivers and maids, from transferring their sponsorship to private firms.
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