The resignation of the controversial Maszlee Malik as Education Minister underlines a greater problem faced by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad since GE14 – he can’t seem to rely on the fresh faces to get things going.
Despite the pomp and fanfare for years, Malaysians were given false hopes for close to three decades and will soon realise that 2020 could turn out to be one ugly episode.
In the eagerness to make public a robbery within a particular premise or road rage episode, disseminating visuals via WhatsApp or YouTube could border on invasion of privacy.
The Election Reform Committee is gathering information and engaging stakeholders as it works towards providing guidelines and laws for fair and independent media coverage in time for the next general election.
National Film Development Corporation (Finas) chairman Datuk Hans Isaac says he will not bow to pressure from those demanding his resignation, adding it is ridiculous to suggest he is influencing decisions made by Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo.
As Malaysians strive to understand mental health issues, the Malaysian Psychiatric Association, Malaysian Mental Health Association and Pfizer Malaysia jointly launch ‘The Mental Health Handbook’ to help people learn about the matter better.
Volunteers removed over 2,000kg of trash trapped around the Kampung Sungai Sireh Tambahan II fishermen’s jetty in Port Klang, refurbished public facilities and encouraged residents to practice waste separation during the Nov 23 event.
Iclif’s Leadership Energy Awards (ILEA) winners share how they overcame grief, bias and judgmental eyes to excel and inspire next generation of leaders.
In a world full of hate and destruction, Rajeev Peshawaria, CEO and executive director of The Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre (ICLIF), is fighting the good fight – creating ethical leaders through ‘leadership energy’.
Education Ministry has yet to call for fresh tenders to provide Internet connection for over 10,000 schools next year, despite pledge after terminating 1BestariNet and Frog VLE in July.
Malaysians often take rivers for granted and need to be educated on their importance. In tandem with that, efforts are under way to clean Klang River to make it liveable and viable for recreation and tourism.
Taiwanese Grayson Cheng had a mountain to climb in his search for Chen Wen Yu who was reunited with his wife and 20-year-old daughter Natasha Febriani whom he had never met. Cheng shares how he went door to door to locate the 64-year-old in the mountainous terrain of Pali Hsiang in Taiwan.
Efforts by Malaysian Tay Hock Seng and his Taiwanese friend Grayson Cheng to unite Indonesian-Taiwanese family ends in emotional heartwarming get-together.