Job hunters, get in line!
The Dubai Taxi Corporation, (DTC) part of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced they are looking for drivers, and the entry requirements are minimal!
Successful applicants will be provided with good income and health insurance, you DON’T need a license to become part of the team, and applicants on a visit visa will also be accepted. The candidates who pass the interview will be able to obtain a driving license later on.
Dubai Taxi is hiring and here’s what you need to know
‘Good income, health insurance, driving license not required, ages 23-55 welcome’
What you need to apply for the position
- IQAMA or visit visa
- COVID-19 vaccination card / PCR test
The interview dates from June 11 – 14, at Muhaisnah
You need to apply in advance, send your details here
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The former wife to a Russian oligarch, Tatiana Akhmedova has lost a challenge to seize the multi-million dirham yacht from her ex-husband Farkhad Akhmedov via a ruling from the supreme court in the Marshall Islands, according to The Times. Mr. Akhmedova will retain ownership of the superyacht which was previously owned by Russian billionaire, Roman Abramovich. Tatiana has made previous attempts to freeze Mr. Akhmedov’s UAE assets, which were denied by a UAE court.
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