Egypt Press Review: Sept. 10
Egyptian newspapers
By NOURHAN MAGDI

Youm7

Youm7

The Greater Cairo Water Company announced that the Rehab, Tagammu el-Awel, Tagammu el-Khames and Tagammu el-Thaleth areas will undergo a 12-hour water cut starting from 6 p.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Thursday.

Also:

  • Central Bank of Egypt Governor Hisham Ramez: Both maximum and minimum wages are applied on the banking sector and there is no intention to take a loan from the International Monetary Fund.

Al-Ahram

Al-Ahram

Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab Tuesday inaugurated the third phase of a project launched to raise the efficiency of El-Moez Street in North Cairo. It is considered one of the oldest streets in Cairo as well as a tourist destination for its Islamic architecture. The third phase was said to cost 2.1 million EGP ($293,603).

Also:

  • Minister of Health Adel al-Adawy: Egypt is free from Ebola so far.

 Al-Masry Al-Youm

Al-Masry Al-Youm

President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi announced a contest to appoint 30,000 teachers, which will begin Sept. 10. The selection of the new teachers will be according to specific conditions and controls.

 

Also:

  • The armed forces will build three bridges above train railways in Giza at a cost of 300 million EGP.

Al-Shorouq

Al-Shorouq

Marsa Matrouh Governor Badr Tantawi el-Ghandour announced that extensive supply crackdowns on markets in the governorate recorded 256 different violations in August; among them, a case in which eight tons of subsidized wheat were seized in rotary ovens.

Also:

  • Security forces from the North Sinai Security Directorate seized a secret underground store of explosives in southern Rafah.
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