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Hundreds of thousands of jobs open to women, but they cannot afford to hire drivers to take them to work, says Kinias
Lifting ban on women driving will increase number of women looking for jobs, boosting size of workforce, overall incomes
Bill introduces jail sentence up to five years, $80,000 fine
36% of drivers suffer from headaches if they do not get their favourite drink
Kia, BMW, and Toyota are the most prominent signs announced
Ministry finances numerous training centres and programmes with EGP 30m to EGP 40m.
Defendants were arrested for defying Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving
AFP- Human Rights Watch welcomed Saturday a recommendation by Saudi Arabia’s consultative Shura Council to lift the ban on sports in girls’ state schools. On Tuesday, the council recommended that the longstanding ban, relaxed in private schools last year, be ended altogether, state media in the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom reported. It is now up to …
Activists have called on social networks for Saudi women to go behind the wheel on Saturday, in a campaign in the world’s only country that bans women from driving
“Many women are enthusiastic about learning to drive, or to teach other” women how to drive, she said, as many Saudi women have obtained abroad the driving licences they are denied in their homeland.
The new company combines two services to enable you to manoeuvre your way through Cairo’s traffic