Many questions have arisen about Mara Corporation CEO Datuk Badlisyah Abdul Ghani’s “garden leave”. Ironically, the entity that is supposed to uplift the Malay community seems to have downgraded the capabilities of some of the best Malay professionals in the country.
Twentytwo13’s senior copy editor Purwaiz Alam is a perfectionist with a heart of gold and who often goes the extra mile to help those in need.
Unlike the ‘old days’, banana leaf rice sets now don’t come with many of the sides/condiments and chips apart from papadam. Masala Wheels is one of the few that still offer more than most places.
F&N sponsorship and activation manager Engku Isyamuddin Tuan Losin is dreading the North London derby as his beloved Arsenal is struggling while bitter rival Tottenham is flying high.
Women’s Aid Organisation head of campaigns Natasha Dandavati looks back at an important learning experience on pregnancy discrimination as Malaysia awaits the tabling of the propose amendments to the Employment Act.
Twentytwo13 understands there will be changes in Mara Corp’s leadership despite Datuk Badlisyah Abdul Ghani being hired as group chief executive officer just three months ago.
Columnist Rita Jong shares memories of two good friends – journalist Mohd Nayan Abdul Rahman and lawyer Gerard Lazarus whose sudden passing last Friday is a reminder that we need to reach out to long-lost friends or family members because we never really know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.
Ayez Shaukat Fonseka can’t wait for the borders to reopen as he has been invited to wrestle in the United States by former WWE champion Booker T who believes Fonseka’s level is ‘on par with the guys in WWE’.
Olympic Council of Malaysia is looking at amending its constitution, including limiting the term of its office bearers. Its comprehensive website with data on Malaysian athletes is expected to be made public soon.
Elvis Senan better known as Elvis DJNaughty starts one-man protest to protect the rights of event management companies in the country, which has taken a beating due to Covid-19.
Sometimes doctors get frustrated and complain that nothing is achieved. However, it would make sense to join the Malaysian Medical Association so that the voices of doctors and the public can be heard by the decision makers, writes Dr John Teo.
While inter-racial marriages in Malaysia are not uncommon, such unions continue to rise in this small Southeast Asian nation that prides itself as a multi-ethnic, multicultural and multilingual society.
Top Glove, world’s largest glove manufacturer and nation’s pride, seems to enjoy certain leeway compared to the sports industry as Malaysia continues its battle against Covid-19.