May 2, 2013
Be not deceived – Hani Salama is not on Facebook, or Twitter, or pretty much the internet, so don’t believe what you read.
The sovereign Islamic bonds law passed by Egypt's Shura Council Tuesday is expected to boost economic growth and employment figures, according to Ahmed El-Naggar
May 1, 2013
Wednesday 1 May, May Day, has officially been designated as a holiday for bank and Egyptian Exchange (EGX) employees, with work set to resume on Thursday.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said on Tuesday in light of Labour Day celebrations that the government will halt its privatisation policy and will not sell any more public companies.
Egypt will raise toll fees by 5% for oil tankers and petrochemical products and 2% for container ships and car carriers, said the Suez Canal Authority (SCA).
Egypt's Shura Council (upper house of parliament) on Tuesday approved the Islamic bonds (Sukuk) draft law, reported a television channel.
All you other Ahmed Helmy’s are just imitating, so please get off Twitter, please get off Twitter. Egypt’s comedy actor tweets with fans to let them know he’s the real deal.
Theatre official says that after threats of violence from Islamists, the authorities have decided to relocate 'Diwan Al-Baqar' (Salon of the Crows).
April 30, 2013
'Pinocchio: A Puppet's Story' is retold through dance and music by Italian actor and director at the Cairo Opera House on Sunday 5 May.
Sinai Liberation Day was celebrated in style with singing stars from across the region at The Future University in Egypt on April 25th.
A link-up between Egypt's and Turkey's stock exchange is projected to be finalised by the end of September 2013, Mohamed Omran, the head of the Egyptian bourse said Monday.
Kinda Alloush returns to the big screen with a leading role in "Excusable".
Excuses, excuses. Nadia Al Jundi makes up a reason to appear backstage to new Egyptian talent in "WWIII".
Egypt has decided to withdraw from talks on the Treaty of Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons because "the international community is not taking the issue of Arab security seriously", according to a government spokesperson.
Egypt is likely to accept the five per cent interest rate that Qatar has request for the $3 billion worth of treasury bonds