It started in 2000 in Argentina with nothing but a 1928 car and a dream. 15 years, three continents and four children later, they reach Egypt, following a road trip through Africa. Valentina Primo cruises around Cairo with the family without borders.
As we unveil Egypt’s 25 youngest entrepreneurs, Valentina Primo speaks to Manar El Mokaddam, the pole fitness instructor inaugurating a new era in the local fitness scene, where women not only learn acrobatics but also take ownership of their bodies.
Who are these Egyptian women who abandon tradition and move out, free from the patriarchal home-structure that's so embedded in our culture, and what can we learn from them? May Mansour interviews five ladies who live alone to find out more about one of our society's big taboos...
Egypt's startup industry is one of the fastest growing in the region, if not the world. What makes our business landscape even more unique is the ever-decreasing age of entrepreneurs. We gather the young changemakers to find out what makes them tick. Play the slideshow below to see all the photos. more
With talk of ancient psychedelics and mind-altering rituals filling our feeds, Ahmed Samy delves into the exclusive and underground retreats that travel from South America to Egypt, and speaks to those who have tried the eye-opening Ayahuasca. more