October 5, 2000
Madeline Tabr and Faten Hamama will be bickering away in a new collaboration between the two songstresses.
Egypt has decided to cancel its annual performance of Aida due to the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Ahmad Zaki refuses to reveal any information regarding his latest movie’s participation at the Cairo Film Festival. He also asks people to leave him a
The chairman of the Suez Canal Public Authority reported that the volume of cargo shipped through the canal had grown by 14,525 tons in the first half of 2000, compared to the corresponding period of
The Egyptian Minister of Industry and Technology Development, Mustapha Al-Rei, was recently quoted in <I>Al-Ahram</I>, stating that the Egyptian cabinet has recently approved the initial stages of est
The Egyptian Minister of Petroleum, Sameh Fahmi, was quoted recently in <I>Al-Ahram</I>, saying that the amendment of the Egyptian petroleum agreements with the foreign multinational oil companies wil
Egypt Telecom signed an agreement with the American MCI Worldcom company, allowing the Egyptian enterprise to produce overseas pre-paid telephone cards.
Egypt's Prime Minister Atef Ebeid has decided to transfer the Ministry of Trade's 3,500 consumer cooperatives to the Ministry of Public Enterprise. This means the companies, located all over Egypt, wi
October 4, 2000
Nelly has notified the producers of her upcoming series that either they shape up or, she heads out!
Mahmoud El Jundi has come out of hiding for a worthy role. The actor will star in a series that speaks of Egypt’s pharonic history.
Hollywood superstar Kate Winslet is getting various offers from Egypt. The actress might soon be appearing on the Egyptian Silver Screen.
Ali Hajjar and Angham have decided to join forces for a new show, where the two stars will judge other people’s music!
A delegation of British businessmen representing 33 companies has arrived in Cairo to discuss joint projects with Egyptian businessmen. Two hundred Egyptian and British businessmen attended a symposiu
The world's first Islamic financial market is schedule to be launched in October 2001. Called the International Islamic Financial Market (IIFM), it will be U.S. dollar-based. One of its main aims will
October 3, 2000
Samir Ghanem and the producer of his latest play, Ahmad Al Abari found themselves in an ironic situation on the last days of Ana Wa Mirati Wa Monica.