Amor means love, and we are glad she found hers again.
This Saudi Prince is in the news again thanks to his stakes in what was described as the ‘James Bond island’ in a 2015 story that reported its value as $90 million.
If you build it, they will come.
Saudi Arabia is converting an oil rig in the Arabian Gulf into a massive “extreme park” and family resort.
You’ve probably never heard of this Saudi company, but they’re turning bigger money than Amazon, Apple, and Google combined.
Courts in Saudi Arabia have started sending out texts informing women that their husbands have divorced them, in an attempt to protect the rights of female clients.
Body double wears Khashoggi’s clothes. The deadly Skype call. Grey Bloem bullying. Tito’s tightrope. Ronaldo on rape. Shocking SA Post office salary. New Top Gear hosts. NZ’s deadly cannabis crisis. The Millennial 100. Gigi goes Baywatch.
Mohammed bin Salman sold a vision of a progressive Saudi Arabia. As more evidence of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi mounts, that vision is disintegrating.
After being blasted for their blackface fiasco, Vogue has come under fire once again for putting a photo of a Saudi princess driving on their front cover.
Advertising “a new era, a new way” in a full page advert in the Financial Times, we wanted to know just who was behind the ambitious new project referred to as Neom.
Jill Dodd, founder of the Roxy surf brand, was once one of 11 ‘pleasure wives’ wedded to the then world’s richest man. She has quite a story to tell.
Saudi Arabia were appalled when a 14-year-old took to the streets to dance to the Macarena, and promptly arrested him. For real.
Saudi Arabia bans Pokemon. Stolen money funded Wolf of Wall Street. JHB man throws kid off balcony. Big Egyptair crash info. Elon Musk reveals masterplan. Supermodel engaged to billionaire. Trump advisor wants Hillary executed. France / US planning ISIS hit.
Whilst the Presidency have remained mum on some details of JZ’s visit to Saudi Arabia, pesky photos have emerged that shed light on those mysteries.
A Saudi prince will be questioned by Lebanese authorities over the possession of around two tons of pills
One has to be awfully careful what one shares on social media these days, especially if you live in a country where women are second-class citizens.
There’s a certain element of feeling good about oneself that comes from helping out where you can. I imagine this chap is feeling pretty good right about now.
I suppose rather this be in Saudi Arabia than at the top of the Inca Trail. But at the rate humans are going, we’re going to have a hotel at the top of Table Mountain in the blink of an eye.
I can’t say I would much enjoy being a public executioner but I guess it’s different strokes for different folks. Saudi Arabia is on the lookout for new staff.
Gunmen held up a convoy of a Saudi Prince on the way back to the airport, with some sensitive documents and a whole lot of cash. This is exactly what they got.
Last year more than ever, human endeavour and technology formed a powerful bond that exposed human rights issues on a scale that has never been seen before.
What is the world coming to. Yes, Saudi Arabia has strict Sharia Law, but deporting three gentlemen because they are just too good looking and the woman may not know how to control themselves? Take a look at one of the dashing deportees.
What’s a few billion dollars between friends? A lot, according to Saudi Arabia’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, who is challenging Forbes’ ranking of his wealth. Forbes reported the prince’s wealth to be a staggering $20 billion (R181 billion), ranking him at 26 on the Forbes Richest List. But Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal said he has a […]
Tomorrow marks the start of Islam’s annual Hajj (which means pilgrimage), a trek to the Grand Mosque in Mecca made by millions each year. These breathtaking photos offer a glimpse of the masses already at, or en route to, the mosque.
Saudi Arabian officials have taken a huge, progressive step and will, for the first time ever, allow Saudi women to compete in the Olympic Games at this year’s event in London.
In retaliation against Saudi Arabian hacker 0xOmar, who leaked the credit card details of 15 000 Israeli nationals and took down a secondary Tel Aviv stock exchange site last week, Israeli hackers calling themselves the #IDF-team have targeted stock exchanges in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates yesterday.
Instead of selling off some non-essential items like a TV or maybe a set of golf clubs when his financial situation became dire, a Saudi business man chose to sell his son. For $20 million.
Tomorrow will mark what many Saudi women will consider a small milestone in personal shopping. From this week, only female staff will be allowed to sell lingerie, relieving the embarrassment of buying underwear in the highly conservative Muslim nation. This is by order of the king, incidentally. The new law provides a rare opportunity for the employment of women, which was previously outlawed.
Manal al-Sharif, organizer in the Saudi Right-to-Drive campaign, was arrested on Sunday after posting a video of herself driving, while urging women to take part in a “drive-in” protest on June the 17th. Since then, the event’s Facebook page has been deleted, and a fake Sharif Twitter account has claimed that the campaign was off.
The Saudis are quite keen on flashing the gold and proving just how powerful and rich they really are, even if the people of that land might not be as free as they’d like. But what they’ve got planned next is sure to outdo just about any other oil-rich country: build a mile-high skyscraper.