PM, Emaar chairman probe investment opportunities in Egypt

Thu, Jul. 19, 2018
Emaar - Reuters

At the beginning of the meeting, attended by a number of Emaar board members, Madbouli stressed that Egypt succeeded in creating an attractive climate for investment, either through introducing legislative reforms or modernizing the basic infrastructure.

Archeologist denies reports on replacing basalt tiles floor with asphalt at Al Moez st.

Thu, Jul. 19, 2018

Archaeologist Sameh el Zahar, a specialist in Islamic and Coptic archaeology, dismissed claims circulated on removing basalt tiles floor at Al Moez Ldin Allah Al Fatimi Street.

LIVE UPDATE: Opening of ancient sarcophagus in Alexandria

Thu, Jul. 19, 2018

Egypt unearthed a 2,000-year-old sarcophagus in Alexandria, revealing that it is made of black granite of about 265 meters in length and 185 cm in height.

Minister of culture to launch National Theatre Festival July 19

Thu, Jul. 19, 2018

Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem will launch the 11th round of the National Theatre Festival on July 19 in the Cairo Opera House.

From 'futuwwa' to an old man, what batons stand for in Qena

Wed, Jul. 18, 2018

"God have mercy on the time of young manliness (Futuwwa)" this is what Sabri Sayed, a batons salesman says to passers-by while selling batons in Qena.

Unmasking Gender Stereotypes through Music

Fri, Jul. 13, 2018

Rising feminist band Bnt Al-Masarwa works to create a lyrical memory that gives space for individuality and free choice rather than capturing individuals in gender roles.

10 Fitness Myths that Could be Holding You Back

Thu, Jul. 12, 2018

Nutrition and fitness expert Sherif ElFadaly breaks down 10 of the most popular misconceptions about working out that could be why you’re not shaping up quickly enough, or why that weight just won’t come off like you expect it to.

Promise of a Home: Egypt tackles crisis of homeless children

Mon, Jul. 2, 2018

Two years into Egypt’s first comprehensive program to tackle a long-standing phenomenon of homeless children in the gloomy streets, Egypt Today closely shadows the project’s components in the streets and behind the walls of its institutions.