It is such a lucrative business that some unscrupulous camel breeders have been known to inject camels with silicone and fillers, and inflating body parts using rubber bands to enhance their appearance, and make them more sexy. Kinda like the Kardashians.
“We were asked to dream big on this project. To create something unique and iconic for Dubai—and when I look at it now, I’m amazed by the audacity of the whole undertaking.”
Skilled teachers are leaving South Africa in search of teaching opportunities in Abu Dhabi, where their monthly income dwarfs what they can earn here.
Cyril Ramaphosa is keeping his promise and selling off his last remaining holdings in the Golden Arches – but is this just an act of faith for future elections?
Dubai playboy / crown prince Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum caught the Tube with his father, which took many by surprise.
Drone racing is about to take over the world, but Dubai is on trend, welcoming the age of robotics with wide open arms and big, lit-up race tracks.
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.
Classy. Mike Lazaridis, CEO of the Canadian firm behind Blackberry, was interviewed by the BBC yesterday; when asked about the problems they’d had with Indian and Middle East governments, who’d demanded greater access to the security system used by Blackberry, Lazaridis said the question was unfair and walked out on the interview.
Inventor Haidar Taleb is hitting two birds with one stone, sort of, by crossing all seven United Arab Emirates in a solar powered wheelchair to promote the use of renewable energy and raise awareness about causes for disabilities. Also, he’s going alone. And you can’t drink in most of the Emirates. And it’ll take 11 days. Road trip!