On The RailsSat, Jul. 27, 2019
Booking railway tickets will become at travelers’ fingertips, as they will be allowed to conclude the process through their phones.
Sitting On A Gold MineTue, Jul. 16, 2019
On the setbacks of a 2014 bill tackling investment in gold mining, amid a recent bid by the government to amend current legislation.
Exceptional talent: Interview with US-Japanese violinist Ryu GotoWed, Jul. 3, 2019
American-Japanese musician Ryu Goto returns to Egypt, performing at the Cairo Opera House on its 30th anniversary.
Building bridges of trust & tradeWed, Jul. 3, 2019
The Islamic Development Bank (IsIDB) has a portfolio of $21.6 billion in Egypt, including $10 billion with the ITFC.
11.7K Nubians entitled to post-Aswan Dam construction compensationsMon, Jul. 1, 2019
A total of 11,716 Nubian residents are announced entitled to compensations from the state after being displaced following the construction of the Aswan High Dam.
Women on the BallSun, Jun. 9, 2019
Ahead of the FIFA Women’s World Cup next month, we take a look at women’s football in Egypt and how training collaborations between Egypt and the United States can help to change local perspectives on women in the sport.
Why is Hisham Ashmawy’s handover hailed in Egypt?Wed, May. 29, 2019
The handing over of Hisham Ashmawy was seen as a revenge for dozens of terror victims among army and police forces over the past years.
Exclusive: World Bank’s Ferid Belhaj unfolds new perspective on MENAThu, May. 9, 2019
Ferid Belhaj who took up the position of the World Bank Group vice president for Middle East and North Africa on July 1, 2018, explained to Egypt Today the additional pillars to the plan thoroughly.