Once a vibrant community, perfectly assimilated into society, the Jews of Egypt have dwindled in numbers and their presence is almost non-existent now. Niveen Ghoneim takes one last walk down memory lane with the last custodian of Egypt's Jewish heritage.
A digital platform that caters authentic meals cooked by Egyptian homemakers to Cairenes craving homemade cuisine across the city, Yumamia is invested in turning each housewife into an entrepreneur by doing what she loves. more
Niveen Ghoneim heads to Alexandria to meet the world's youngest top-ranking squash player, 20-year-old Nour El Sherbini, who has broken records and made history in the sport. The young prodigy opens up about competitiveness on the court, her fears and insecurities, and what drives her. more
Virginity is a sacred aspect when it comes to marriage in Egypt - or is it? Mariam Raymone interviews men with different backgrounds to understand what they think of women who lose their virginity before marriage. more
Mariam Raymone takes a trip through the Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski's Resense Spa, and between their Arabian massages, indoor pool, and velvet chaise longues, it was an experience worthy of royalty... more
The quirky yellow food cart which recently set up shop at The Greek Campus, has plans beyond selling banana and Nutella sandwiches; they aim to register the work of street vendors and help provide unemployed youth with a source of income. more