The spokesman for the Saudi minister of interior General Mansour Turki (2R) is given a tour alongside other media representatives of a new centre the for the rehabilitation of suspected 'terrorists' and potential al-Qaeda recruits in Riyadh on April 9, 2013. The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort. (AFP/Getty Images)
Vicious competition and a saturated marketplace have made life tough for Saudi Arabia’s third mobile operator, Zain KSA. But the appointment last year of one of the kingdom’s top telecoms figures, Sheikh Farhan Al Faisal Al Jarbaa, has helped the firm turn its fortunes around.