How have football clubs engaged with their fans and kept their sponsors happy throughout the Movement Control Order? The RSS with HD this weekend explores how M-League teams could actually stay active without having to slash wages.
The Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) success in converting its convention centre into a temporary hospital within four days has been well received by Malaysians. This is evident from the response to an article by Twentytwo13 on the achievement.
The Covid-19 pandemic is turning out to be a blessing in disguise for eSports with clubs and teams scrambling to find alternatives to ensure their sponsors don’t pull out.
US Ambassador Kamala Shirin Lakhdhir says American companies are an important part of communities throughout Malaysia and these entities have been playing their roles to help Malaysians.
The Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society has taken Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob to task for suddenly lowering the ceiling price of face masks to RM1.50 without consulting stakeholders.
More small and medium-sized enterprise owners are making themselves heard as the Covid-19 outbreak has severely disrupted their cash flow, forcing them to trim their workforce or go bust.
In a bid to assist the media fraternity combat Covid-19, the National Press Club of Malaysia (NPC) has initiated a fund-raiser through its Journalist Welfare Fund.
There are many fun-filled activities for you and your family as your adapt to the change of lifestyle during the Movement Control Order as highlighted in this weekend’s YouTube talk show The RSS with HD.
After the success of a day-long interactive entertainment event known as Unrestricted Stage, Barry Westerhout and friends have decided to have a second one this weekend in honour of our frontliners in the fight against Covid-19.
Society For The Prevention of Cruelty To Animals (SPCA) Selangor chairman Christine Chin has raised concerns over the welfare of animals in local council pounds following the Movement Control Order, adding animal food suppliers have been stopped from delivering goods to supermarkets and homes.
YTL Group will provide online access to parents of children in public schools nationwide by giving out free YES 4G prepaid SIM cards to ensure students are able to learn online during the Movement Control Order.
Award-winning photographers Arif Kartono and Samsul Said share their experiences of taking pictures in a Zombieland-like environment since Malaysia imposed the Movement Control Order on March 18.
PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) has assured Malaysians its highways will remain open during the Movement Control Order but only for those with valid reasons to travel such as trucks and lorries that deliver groceries or medical supplies.