Ahmed Mansour

A Force to be reckoned with

Castle Landmark’s Breakthrough

Diving into the world of real estate

Billy Zane

Hollywood’s ‘Bad Boy’ Visits Egypt

Mad about Madlen

The Lebanese Icon with Captivating Charisma

Let’s Talk

Marianne Khoury’s Award Winning New Film

Broosk Saib

London’s multifaceted Kurdish designer

Recipe for Success

Egypt’s rising young chefs

Xmas by Zoo

ENIGMA TV

Ahmed Mansour

A Force to be reckoned with

Ahmed Mansour, the 32-year-old engineer and CEO of real estate company, Castle Development, is taking over the reins of the company from his father, and is quickly emerging into a real estate tycoon. He joined the company after earning a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport and graduated second in his class. eniGma’s Reem Tamo sat with Mansour to hear alll...

Castle Landmark’s Breakthrough

Diving into the world of real estate

(MIG), Ashi & Bushnag Company (ABC), were founded in 1982 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia by Eng. Taha Mansour and his partner Eng. Mohamed Idrees. With the expansion of their business, the companies moved their headquarters to Egypt in 1998. Castle Development focuses on high-value residential, commercial and administrative projects in Egypt as well as the Gulf area. In 2017, Ahmed Mansour took over the reins of the company from his...

Billy Zane

Hollywood’s ‘Bad Boy’ Visits Egypt

One of Hollywood’s favourite bad boys, American actor, producer and painter, Billy Zane rose to fame through his roles in iconic films, such as Titanic and Back to the Future. The star recently visited Egypt to attend the 41st annual Cairo International Film Festival. While in Cairo, he got acquainted with his fan base in Egypt especially through events like eniGma’s Private Cocktail Party, held in his honour in...

Mad about Madlen

The Lebanese Icon with Captivating Charisma

An iconic star known in the Arab world for her screen presence, charming looks and charisma, Madlen Tabar has stood the test of time. Proving she is a master of more than one craft, she started out as a TV host in Lebanon, before venturing into acting on both the big and small screens. She has had important roles in several successful productions, including the memorable El Tareek Ila...

Let’s Talk

Marianne Khoury’s Award Winning New Film

While Marianne Khoury grew up in a family steeped in the cinema business, she initially embarked on a career in banking before she was drawn into filmmaking. Khoury first ventured into films when her uncle, the legendary director Youssef Chahine asked her to be the executive producer of his film Eskenderiah Leh (Why Alexandria?) and has been in cinema ever since. Her last feature documentary, Let’s Talk, recently won...