PHOTO BY SUPPLIED
DUBAI – Dubai-based seafood restaurant chain Golden Fork is expanding overseas with the opening of 25 outlets in Central Africa.
The expansion is part of the new master franchise deal between Golden Fork Seafood Restaurants and Uganda-based Rawda Holdings Limited.
Under the deal, Golden Fork will open 25 outlets across five countries in Central Africa. The deal was signed at the Global Franchise Market in Dubai early in November.
The agreement was signed in the presence of Mohammed Shanavas, Managing Director of Golden Fork Seafood Restaurants, and Tariq Mohamed, Chairman of Rawda Holdings Limited.
Golden Fork Seafood Restaurant is considered Dubai’s longest-running restaurant chain, having been in business for the last 33 years. PR/Expat Media
Malls in Dubai can open from 6am to 10pm at 70% capacity
Filipinos in UAE warned against fake job interviews, online job scams during Covid-19
What really happened in 2019 Dubai plane crash? UAE aviation authority releases final report
‘Miraculous’ Covid-19 medicine found, Bangladesh doctors claim
Canada visa application centre reopens in Dubai
7 winners split Dh1 million in Emirates Loto draw
Dubai’s illegal desert alcohol bar uncovered: 7 arrested
Abu Dhabi Police issue warning on child deaths in cars
13 new Dubai bridges: 7 minutes to travel on Umm Suqeim Street
Coronavirus in UAE: 726 new cases on May 30
70-year-old UAE expat survives Covid-19